Questions remain in FSU QB Jameis Winston case

Prosecutors not ready to make decision whether or not to prosecute

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Prosecutors have met to review their case involving sexual assault allegations against FSU Quarterback Jameis Winston, but they are not yet ready to make a decision.

Prosecutors confirm they've interviewed the alleged victim in the sexual assault case involving Winston, but they say more questions remain before a decision is made on whether to prosecute.

"We are waiting on a couple of things that we have no control over, and I don't know if we'll get those things before Thanksgiving or not," said State Attorney Willie Meggs.

On Thursday, Winston's attorney, Tim Jansen, called for an investigation into the original leaking of an unredacted police report and DNA results linking his client to the alleged victim.

"This is highly improper," said Jansen.

The Department of Law Enforcement said that they sent the DNA report over secured lines to two places, to the Tallahassee Police Department and to the State Attorney's Office.

Meggs said there will be plenty of time to investigate the leaks, which he said poses no threat to the outcome of the investigation.

"Certainly think that somebody has pretty much the initial report that probably should not have it," said Meggs. When asked if this should be investigated at a later date, he said, "Well, that would be something that internally the police department needs to address."

Fans arriving for what will be FSU's last home game of the year came with questions that may not have answers.

"The big question that I got is why now, if it happened so long ago?" asked Jackie Redfield.

FSU plays its last regular game of the season against arch rival Florida in Gainesville on Nov. 30. FSU's final home game of the season is Saturday against Idaho.

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