24 May 2016

Not For Justice Anyway

"Jurors must be made to fear that unless they convict -- regardless of the dearth of evidence -- there may well be rioting and blood in the streets."  From here.

The threats of lawbreaking unless an injustice occurs is just another form of injustice.

It's been said that all evil needs to triumph is for good men to stand and do nothing.  Wrongful convictions in the face of threats of wrongdoing is good men doing something TO AID in Evil's triumph.

The actions of criminals matter not at all to the facts of the case and the matter at hand; if justice is to be served and the law adhered to.

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