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How much doubt do we consider

by EnMasse on September 22, 2011   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


enough, to sway the execution of an irrevocable decision? On whose scale is that doubt to be weighed? Is an elephant weighty enough, or will the weight carried in a thimble do? I do not understand criminal procedural law, but how do you turn from this? How do you wash the stain from your hands?

Rest in peace, Mr. Davis; your story has not ended.

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