The list is long and it is a widely held belief that many are still to be unearthed. What is of great concern is that America seems to have learnt very little from these discoveries and the way the Jodi Arias trial has been conducted shows that up starkly. It is sad to see justice systems continuing to operate without any regard for the truth.
This, I believe, to be a recipe for the meltdown of civilised society. I propose to write more on the subject as my blog develops and hope you will stay in touch.
In the meantime this quote from Richard Speights says a lot about our society.
“Granted, there are people who will hate Arias forever no matter what the evidence proves. Nonetheless, the public at large will eventually let go of their anger. Generally, people cannot hold such hatred toward anyone too long without causing themselves harm. But notice the nature of those who speak against my assertions. More often than not, they attack the messenger with the rankest, vilest accusations. This is a shame. “Come now, and let us reason together.” The love of truth is of greater value than the desire for revenge. I have no hidden agenda for supporting Arias. I don’t know her, and chances are I will never even met her much less know her. If she were guilty, I would be willing to bring a rope to her hanging. Nonetheless, when the system is turned onto its head to convict anyone of a crime, then that affects me; because some day that perverted system may unfairly charge and then lock me away through unconstitutional courtroom practices. A defendant is not guilty because we want her to be guilty. If there is doubt about her guilt, then fairness demands a thorough examination of the evidence supporting the same. Don’t pervert the system through overzealous anger.”
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