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Posted by fullkurl on Apr 10 2006
Fbkshunter,
Your points are noted, but as Akhunter45 alluded, at what point do we say "ok, there is sheep blood all over the guy, he is carrying a head and cape, and he is hiding them and then speeding off when confronted".  The only possible scenario saving these guys is that the fella who tracked them down made it all up.  He even dumped the blood in the truck and on the alleged perp, and then chased him. Sound ridiculous??  It is.
These guys aren't de facto guilty, and I am of the "innocent until proven guilty ilk", but if you saw someone ram your car and speed off, would you believe the driver was guilty of hit and run, or would you wait to hear it from a court of law? It could be that the guy would get off on a tecnicality and you, in disgust, would lose faith in the system! Ultimately, everybody is entitled to a fair trial.
I formed my judgements in this case based on an obvious smoking gun. You are surely a classy guy, and I appreciate your thoughts, we just disagree on this one.
Best regards, Frank

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