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Re: “Naramore case a long way from over

If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.
He who strikes a man so that he dies shall surely be put to death. However, if he did not lie in wait, but God delivered him into his hand, then I will appoint for you a place where he may flee. But if a man acts with premeditation against his neighbor, to kill him by treachery, you shall take him from My altar, that he may die.
This imply’s that no amount of money or property settlement can atone for the destruction of the image of God in a murdered person. Even if the death was truly accidental, the killer still had to flee to a city of refuge. But for one guilty of deliberate murder, there were no sanctuaries whatsoever to flee to, not even the altar of God.
This leads to my final thought that, instead of leaving the literal city, he can no longer represent the city judging those guilty of the same contextual content. It’s a bias that has to be considered such as a judge who has a friend that comes before him and has to recuse himself because of his bias.
Judge Naramore is, according to the law, affiliated with negligent homicide, but he was tried by his peers and found “Not Guilty.”
He will live a life far worse than any jail sentence could impose on him.
God Bless Wade Naramore

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Posted by Infinity on 08/25/2016 at 8:44 AM

 

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