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Yet another woman is accusing lieutenant-governor for the rape

According to a statement on Friday from the woman's law firm shall she have been raped by Fairfax, when they both were students at Duke University in 2000. The statement describes the rape as ”intentional and aggressive”, writes the New York Times.

According to the law firm's statement know the woman it is ”her civic duty” to come forward after two days ago it became known that another woman is targeted våldtäktsanklagelser against Fairfax, a collegeprofessor who believe that Fairfax raping her during the Democratic national convention in 2004.

in a week for these charges and released on Friday a new statement, after the other woman stepped forward.

”I deny this recent, unfounded accusation. It is demonstrably false. I have never forced myself on anyone, ever,” he writes.

According to the law firm's statement, the woman shared her version of the rape with friends via e-mail and messages on Facebook, and they have testimonials from former classmates at the school that certifies to the woman immediately after the incident told them she had been raped by Fairfax.

Justin Fairfax said in his statement that he demands a full investigation of the case, which will prove his innocence. He will not resign.

in what has been an improbable week for the Democrats ' top management in Virginia. It all started last Friday with the revelation that a yearbook from the governor Ralph Northams medical training includes an image depicting a person with svartsminkat face (so-called ”blackface”) as standing next to a person in a Ku Klux Klan costume. Northam asked immediately apologize for having appeared in the picture, although it was unclear who of the people he was. ”I can't take back the hurt my behaviour meant both then and today,” he said.

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He was greeted by the harsh accusations of racism and the greater part of his own party demanded his resignation. The day after he made, however, a volte-face and claimed that he was not at all in the picture. Instead, he wanted to remain at his post and start a discussion about race and discrimination in Virginia.

"I think this moment may be the first small step towards an open discussion about these difficult issues," said Northam according to the AP.

plans to open and said that he would re-evaluate its decision if it became clear that he could not stay.

One of those who called Northams departure was the state's attorney general Mark Herring, also a democrat and a third party of the turn to the governor if both the Northam and Fairfax would resign. But shortly afterwards he admitted that he himself had painted in ”blackface” as a college graduate in the 80's, after that it started to circulate rumors about the existing photos of this.

against Justin Fairfax has Ralph Northam said to his employees that he intends to stay on the governor, writes AP. According to the news agency, he called his staff to a meeting during Friday afternoon to announce his decision.

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