Private sector justice

According to various reports (just google the words “Jameis” and “Uber”), the ride-sharing firm Uber listened to its driver and banned NFL quarterback and accused rapist Jameis Winston from using their service. The driver, however, did not file a police report. Can you blame her for not doing so, considering the way victims are treated by our public systems of justice? File under: “private-sector justice is swifter and more certain than public-sector justice.”

The driver shared details of the experience with Uber in a chat function in its app (shown above) 
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