To: Does so
Shortly after the incident, I opined (here) that the officers will NOT be found guilty. (And rightly so).
It will by a Pyrrhic victory, then, because if any of these officers are properly exonerated, what weve experienced up until now will seem like a picnic on a sunny hillside compared to the violent lawlessness that will be unleashed.
Which begs the fundamental question: is it allowable to condemn obviously innocent defendants, due to exculpatory evidence, to avoid a lawless firestorm?
posted on 08/03/2020 5:53:12 PM PDT
(Pass up too many hills to die on, and youÂ’ll eventually fall in to some ocean and die anyway.)
posted on 08/03/2020 6:37:47 PM PDT
by joshua c
...is it allowable to condemn obviously innocent defendants, due to exculpatory evidence, to avoid a lawless firestorm?
NO! It's absolutely not.
posted on 08/03/2020 6:42:03 PM PDT
(CNN is what happens when 8th graders run a cable network.)
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