Re: OJ Simpson and the Question of Blaming...

Cal Eastman (shiva@FREENET.SCRI.FSU.EDU)
Wed, 6 Jul 1994 22:44:00 18000

> I'm not sure I agree with John Steele. I am becoming less and less
> comfortable with cases being thrown out on technicalities. Meanwhile two
> innocent people have been brutally murdered. Let's simply examine the
> evidence, get beyond how it was attained. I think you could argue both
> sides in this case--maybe the police legitimately thought someone might be
> hurt inside or that the evidence might be destroyed if they didn't gather
> it at that point.
> Caroline Brettell

you mean its ok to get evidence by torture, theft, bribery,coersion,
and innuendo? Next we can take any confession or reporting under any
circumstances as fact...actually it woiuld be quicker and easier just
to kill anyone accused of a crime, just so as no one gets off on a
People in postitions of power are no less corrupt, and sometimes a
great deal more than most "average" people. Its not that power
corrupts, per se, but that power attracts the corruptible.
Think carefully how u would like to have YOUR rights protected, before
throwing them away for another

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