posted on Feb, 27 2012 @ 01:25 PM
it's like saying a child molester is in his right of liberty if he gets off on a technicality. Even if he paid the judge, jury and all involved to
create the technicality.
To defend this is wrong and makes everyone suspect. I would really reconsider damage control, it only encourages the opponent in this situation. Which
is the general public.
No one in their right mind will have a problem with this. Unless they have vested interests. I am not saying people are shills for doing so, but what
rational person says it is ok to let a child molester free due to technicalities.
If it happens people lose trust in the system. If you defend this you lose the trust of your peers.
what is the greater wrong. Killing people is wrong, yet we go to war to kill the Hitlers of the world do we not.
It is wrong to steal, yet we confiscate criminal funds.
It is wrong to hold someone against their will, yet we put people in prison.
It is wrong to threaten the freedom and safety of my people, so we steal emails and expose fraud.
This is why one must follow the spririt of the law, and not the literal words of it.
They are just a guide, but when they are corrupted and twisted, the guide is always the spirit.
I am sorry, this is a good thing. It had to happen. They have not left the unavoidable truth any other option.