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Old 06-10-2005, 04:05 PM   #91
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LOL....OJ's innocent verdict in the criminal trial did not prevent a victory in civil court.......

Lets get it straight...there is a difference between a criminal and civil trial
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Old 06-10-2005, 04:39 PM   #92
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What the victims do after the verdict is no reflection on the criminal justice system.

If the evidence supports the claim beyond a reasonable doubt, justice is served.
What evidence? How are accusations evidence? Please explain this to me. I would like to know how someone can be charged with a crime based on an accusation? This is what concerns me about our justice system.
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Old 06-10-2005, 05:26 PM   #93
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So you have been in the courtroom listening to the testimony?
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Criminal charges are always based on accusations. Convictions are based on evidence.

There is plenty of evidence on Jacko.
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What evidence? How are accusations evidence? Please explain this to me. I would like to know how someone can be charged with a crime based on an accusation? This is what concerns me about our justice system.
I know that at least one of his accusers has been able to give detail about parts of his (Jacksons) body that children should have never seen.
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Criminal charges are always based on accusations. Convictions are based on evidence.

There is plenty of evidence on Jacko.
Other than the acccusations, porn mags, and questionable wittnesses of what evidence are you aware? Im not being an ass, I would really like to know. I have been reading about this trial on the internet from various sources and I honestly have not read about any type of evidence that would lead me to believe he committed a crime.
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I think he is a few french fries short of a happy meal. I think he is an idiot for even coming close to getting himself in trouble for this.

I think he will be found innocent.
This has been the best post in this entire thread.
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I did not follow the O.J. Simpson trial. I did not follow the Peterson trial. I will not follow the Jackson trial.

I have never been able to develop an interest in the justice system as soap opera.

I will want to hear the verdict, but until then, I'm not really interested.
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Criminal charges are always based on accusations. Convictions are based on evidence.

There is plenty of evidence on Jacko.

If there were enough evidence so as to convict him they'd be done deliberating by now.

I think he is innocent. However, this guy seriously needs to go to a shrink or something to at least be studied as one of the rarest phenomona in psychology.
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Old 06-10-2005, 10:43 PM   #100
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If he is found not guilty, this doesn't mean he is innocent, it means he beat the rap.
He may not get convicted, but he acts guilty as sin.

His judgement will come sooner or later in this life or the next.

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lest we forget

He has been falsely accused before.














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If you were falsely accused of probably the most henious act a person can be accused of, child molestation, would you not want to go to court and clear your name? Especially if you are one of the most famous people in the world?

Or would you just pay "hush money" err...I mean settle?
You'd probably pay the hush money if you were guilty, I'd think.

By all means, let the man have his day in court. But don't accept his settlement of the first case as an aquittal of the charges in that case. It's neither a conviction or an aquittal, it is what it is. The easiest way out.
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I did not follow the O.J. Simpson trial. I did not follow the Peterson trial. I will not follow the Jackson trial.

I have never been able to develop an interest in the justice system as soap opera.

I will want to hear the verdict, but until then, I'm not really interested.
I feel the same. I can't get into celebrity trials. They basically bore me.
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Old 06-11-2005, 05:46 AM   #104
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The 24 hour news. I'm beginning to think it is one of the worst things to happen to media. There's no distinction between what is important anymore. It's all just filler. Breaking news headlines on rumor--talking heads and dubious experts.

Every piece of information does not news make. It keeps us focused on the unimportant stuff. For the 2000 election, I ended up not caring who won, just so everybody would shut up.

It's bread and circuses.

End of rant.
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If you were falsely accused of probably the most henious act a person can be accused of, child molestation, would you not want to go to court and clear your name? Especially if you are one of the most famous people in the world?

Or would you just pay "hush money" err...I mean settle?
You'd probably pay the hush money if you were guilty, I'd think.

By all means, let the man have his day in court. But don't accept his settlement of the first case as an aquittal of the charges in that case. It's neither a conviction or an aquittal, it is what it is. The easiest way out.
Well, I think the accusers thought he would pay them off and that is why they made the accusations in the first place. Instead, he stood up to them and I don't think that is what they expected.
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