《SOS!! 知恵コイン500枚です》 中2女子です。 この英文の日本語訳をお願いします。 However, some children were forced to appear in Reno movies. In the case, which is likely to be the most expensive in California's trial history, investigators searched for evidence to support the children's stories in vain. Prosecutor Rael Rubin told the news agency that the discovery of a toy rabbit's ear, shoulder cloak and cradle proves the "one-devilistic" aspect of the case. However, no further evidence was found. The children's confessions became more and more strange. Some prosecutors say they were sent to other cities by plane to attend ceremonies, others said they were put on a lion's ship naked, some city prosecutors (and movie star Chuck Norris) were among the adults who played tricks on them, and some even resigned from the district attorney's office. The situation became even more complicated when it became clear that the mother, who filed the complaint and started the investigation, had a history of mental disorder. The newly elected prosecutor, Ira Liner, immediately dropped all charges against five of the defendants, saying the evidence was "incredibly weak." The prosecutor claimed that the children's accusations were drawn to suit their convenience by interviewers at the International Children's Organization. But he left behind more than 100 charges against Ray Bucky (age 27) and his mother Peggy McMartin (age 60). The 23 parents, who were angry at Liner's decision, filed a civil suit against McMartin Nursery School and campaigned to revive the prosecution, though it had not been realized. The parents held a press conference and responded to a TV talk show interview with a $10,000 prize to try to find pornographic photos showing the children involved in the incident. He also used an excavator to dig up vacant land adjacent to the nursery school. Tortoise ra and a few 2.6 animal bones were found in the ground, and parents said the children's claims were to be proved, but the police did not agree.