posted on Oct, 24 2014 @ 03:49 PM
I just had jury duty the other way. I didn't serve, was witnessed the idiot questions the potential jurors had in the box. Some would raise their
hand and say "I think I know him!" when they didn't. Some said they had a friend of a friend who knew him. Generally I think people are overly
nervous and make bad decisions. Women, typically naturally, have that mothers love even for others children. So to them, a father being dragged away
from is daughters was not to be had. However, I think these women allowed a message to be sent. Those little girls will grow up figuring out their
father is a thief and dishonest man and that he got away with it. Hopefully those girls' mother could take care of them if it ever happened he was
to be sent to jail, but as a public we can't let people like this get away with their criminal activity. It's always better to hurt a few to save
the most than save a few and lose the most, of course that's not the legitimate analogy.