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    Justice?

    Related to some of the threads ongoing and were it not for the fact of being booted from one via snowflakery would have been posted on the "Trump Sez" one: How is it justice to execute a man based on insufficient evidence to establish guilt? Props to Wiz of Oz for pointing this case out:

    https://www.innocenceproject.org/cases/herman-atkins/

    Never mind anything about wrongful testimony or false accusation as has Wiz has already pointed out in the adjoining thread, sometimes witness is just unreliable.

    So how is it lawful to kill a person, one that under the regulations of some around these parts would have been dead by now while actually innocent of the crime accused of?

    And how on earth is that "just"? If you're gonna take a person's life from them then what excuse is there not to ascertain actual guilt? Or is shedding innocent blood not that big a deal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Brain View Post
    Related to some of the threads ongoing and were it not for the fact of being booted from one via snowflakery would have been posted on the "Trump Sez" one: How is it justice to execute a man based on insufficient evidence to establish guilt? Props to Wiz of Oz for pointing this case out:

    https://www.innocenceproject.org/cases/herman-atkins/

    Never mind anything about wrongful testimony or false accusation as has Wiz has already pointed out in the adjoining thread, sometimes witness is just unreliable.

    So how is it lawful to kill a person, one that under the regulations of some around these parts would have been dead by now while actually innocent of the crime accused of?

    And how on earth is that "just"? If you're gonna take a person's life from them then what excuse is there not to ascertain actual guilt? Or is shedding innocent blood not that big a deal?
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    Then the Right denied it and projected it on them- all those Antifa wannabes were like Nazis..
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