AmScray, on Monday, June 13th, 2011, 11:27 PM, said:
It would explain why a Jew might wear a mustache and hat like that- to trick the farmers into believing you're "one of them". Too bad about the nose.
Fair enough. The nose is unhideable though, as well as skin several shades darker than my customers. I don't try to 'fit in' with the farmers though - I'm a behind-the-scenes guy who they probably assume is talking to them from Toronto, and therefore Jewish. Amazingly, I also typically do not wear a terrible trucker 'stache and Milf Hunter hat to client meetings.
Balloon guy, on Tuesday, June 14th, 2011, 2:03 AM, said:
First, all these people investigated were already found guilty, not found not innocent. You are mixing the pre-trial assumption of innocence with the post trail facts of guilt.The article clearly says no person has been freed after these so called investigations.That's all I am referring to, no assumptions are being made.This article also clearly is debunking the Columbia Report, which was some leftist attempt to muddy the waters with half truths, not declaring what has occurred throughout history in the entire legal system.Even if there have been people found innocent on death row, this article isn't making any judgement on their cases, only the ones discussed in the Columbia Report.
I'm not mixing the pre-trial assumption. There is guilty, not guilty and innocent. People are rarely found innocent, typically just not guilty. In every case under discussion, the person was found guilty. On appeal, to my knowledge, a verdict is never changed from guilty to innocent. That is not the job of an appeals court. Even if, on appeal, someone is completely exonerated, they would not be deemed innocent, just not guilty.So the article's assertion that no one found guilty has ever been found to be innocent is a purposeful misstatement.As for the bolded - are you sure? That is a key point in your argument. I'm too lazy to find and reread the article, but I'm pretty sure it only says no one was found innocent, not that no one was ever freed.
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