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Re: “Interview with Jason Baldwin

@november. holy crap i genuinely am in wonder about how you think and how it leads you to such conclusions. you obviously haven't read everything about the case or if you have you haven't done so with an open mind, or you just don't understand, at all. there is literally no evidence whatsoever that proves them 100% hands down guilty. unless there were a camera there that captured the murders taking place, no one can prove any guilt to the three. humans can lie, even under oath, and often have, for whatever reason...fear, greed, confusion, whatever. i've looked up as much as i can about the case and it seems to me that the most conclusive evidence possible points to others. yeah the jury and supreme court ruled this or that. so if a supreme court ruled that the earth was flat, but then we find evidence years later that it could possibly be round, would you just dismiss that possibility and believe forever that the earth is flat because the court ruled it so? no offense but i hope you aren't so close-minded, easily misled, and so quick to jump to such certain conclusions (about anything) without seeking and considering the whole truth and all the possibilities. so many people are so quick to judge without knowing the full story, including myself. it's human nature. but unless we give every benefit of the doubt in any given situation, then we are fools who will be led anywhere at all. someone on here said "truth fears no question". exactly. in fact, it's impossible to discover the full truth about anything unless we ask questions. all discoveries in the history of the world have come through asking questions that guide our search for the truth of all things. even if they are actually guilty, if there is new evidence found, then there is a duty for it to be fully looked at, whether it be to their full on proven guilt or proven innocense.

Posted by scraptvalentine on 08/20/2011 at 6:21 AM


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