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Jameis Winston

State Attorney Completes Rape Investigation

Results Expected Tomorrow

12/4/2013 2:24 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF
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1204-jameis-winston-gettyThe investigation into Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston is OVER -- and the Heisman candidate will know TOMORROW if he'll be prosecuted for allegedly raping a female college student last December.

TMZ Sports broke the story ... cops sat on the case for MONTHS​ in what appears to be a coverup -- but the Florida State Attorney jumpstarted an investigation last month once TMZ Sports started poking around.

Winston has acknowledged having a sexual encounter with his accuser in December 2012 -- but says it was consensual.

The accuser is adamant ... she was raped by Winston.

Now, the State Attorney has announced that he will address the media tomorrow to reveal the findings of the investigation -- and will reveal whether or not Jameis will be charged with a crime.

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Now you @#$% at TMZ can start retracting your biased bs stories to date on this topic. They don't hold a presser to announce they are arresting someone. Congrats on all the hits from your twisted journalism. I hope you drag EK into this and run her name through the mud like you did Jameis'. Not sure why it is fair for the "victim" to remain anonymous while the innocent man's life is put under a microscope all because she got pissed for being relegated to side piece duty when his real girlfriend was coming into town. I love checking out TMZ, but this story has opened my eyes to the "facts" that you guys present in your posts. Comical at best, knowing what facts are going to come out about this case. You guys are going to look like idiots from the start on this one. From the supposed police cover up, to the reason she couldn't identify her "attacker", to the constant guilty until proven innocent attitude you have portrayed during this entire saga.

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I think there is about a 99% chance they will find some reason not to prosecute no matter how much or how good the evidence is (and just in time for Heisman voting Monday - what a coincidence, hmmmmm).

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