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originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: AndyFromMichigan
Question: Does the US have an equivalent of the "Trial of the facts"?
This was used for Lord Grenville Janner in the U.K, Who was accused of Pedophilia.
When he died a Trial of the Facts was held to show the evidence and determine truth because of the public interest.
A Trial of the Facts doesn't judge on guilt, just on whether the facts are accurate (I think).
It seems to me that this could be necessary in US/WW to document the facts of deeds of any blackhats "suicided"?
Almost 1,000 gyms, 376 pools, 456 cinemas, 381 wine stores and cellars and 115 staff rooms, including bedrooms for nannies and au pairs, were found in the plans for the basements approved by seven London boroughs between 2008 and 2017.
Other amenities uncovered in the research include 547 media rooms, 340 games and recreation rooms, 242 saunas or steam rooms, 63 underground garages and parking facilities, and one car museum.
The researchers also identified 785 large basements, of at least two storeys under the footprint of the house, or one storey extending well under the garden. Most were large enough to house a swimming pool.
Another 112 basements were classified as mega, of at least three storeys in depth under the footprint of the house or two storeys in depth and extended under the garden. Some of the largest were up to 18 metres deep and bigger than the rest of the property above ground, warranting the nickname of iceberg homes.