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I did it but they had no proof – only circumstantial evidence. There was a vote against first degree because “ill intent” was not proven. Four men, eight women recommended twenty years for second degree and called it justice. Justice! … Continue reading
In Leviticus 20, God’s judgement is made plain for both “the man who offers his child” and “the man who looks on and does nothing.” I am a “man” (woman) who looks on. I am raising my voice against the … Continue reading
Surely I don’t have to wear the label of “racism” to believe justice has gone awry! Compare two “accidental” deaths by men who “didn’t intend to.” 1. “Jury recommends two life sentences for man who killed two Oklahoma sisters in … Continue reading