AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) - ?
The alleged victim of sexual misconduct by now-former NAACP local chapter president Dr. Charles Smith, and statewide NAACP officials, are questioning why no prosecution was taken of the embattled former leader when allegations arose more than a decade ago.
"I believed they felt like we were not credible," said Ebony Harvey. "[They thought] what we said was probably not true. That's how I felt."
In a prepared statement, the NAACP said they were "deeply concerned" about the "mishandling of prosecution" by authorities in Augusta.
When the allegations arose, the District Attorney's Office was led by now-judge Daniel Craig.
The District Attorney's Office, currently led by Ashley Wright, and Judge Craig's chambers were closed when we reached out to them for comment.