Witness against the prosecution—Part III


III   Reasonable doubt? Or unreasonable certainty? As usual for me, this post is long—extra-long in this case because I have included extensive notes with almost twice as many words as the main tex…

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One Response to Witness against the prosecution—Part III

  1. JohnC says:

    To Whom it May Concern

    Just read about the case of the taxi driver & the longboarder & the results. Seems perplexed that the judge in this case found the driver of the cab guilty of manslaughter a la using his vehicle as a deadly weapon.

    Hmmmm? Didn’t Bryant do the same thing, use his vehicle as a dangerous weapon with Sheppard. Why was one man convicted & the other set free without even a court case?

    Regardless of the altercation earlier, Bryant was in his car, he had many other alternatives than to drive like a maniac to shake off Sheppard, yet he chose this action. He was raging just like the cab driver.

    When u are pedestrian, cyclist, skateboarder u are at an extreme disadvantage just like the driver of a car is at a disadvantage with a semi truck. In all instances, the former usually is harmed.

    Bryant, once again a la Henin, got away with vehicular manslaughter. No justice, never will be.

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