Well, we all knew it would eventually happen.
Several months AFTER the incident. After the DA refusing to levy charges, the powers that be have finally fabricated a case they deem worthy of pursuing.
It's interesting that in March, the DA wouldn't file the charges, the main sticking point being an unidentified shooter.
That shooter remains unidentified, but now the charges language has been changed in an effort (or more probably, a blind hope) that they will stick.
The charges now levied against Mr. Jones are two counts of felony coercion stemming from allegations he threatened to kill club employees and bit a bar bouncer on the ankle.
Coercion is the act of threatening or physically interfering with a person trying to do something that he or she has a right and responsibility to do.
The claim is also being made that "new" evidence is what has led the DA to file these charges, after previously declining to do so. However, the only new information being reported in the case is that Pacman's DNA does not match the DNA taken from the bite wound.
How this information convinced the DA to file the charges remains to be seen.
Sit back, folks. We are about to be taken on jurisprudence whirlwind tour chock full of half truths, innuendo, suppositions and certainly a touch of racial stereotyping and behavioral attribution thrown in for good measure.
We pray that Mr. Jones' lawyers receive some advice from the beyond. From Johnny Cochran.
"No shooter, No gun? Let Pacman have fun!"