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    Quote Originally Posted by Hope4More View Post
    Is it possible, on what hopefully is verdict day, to not allege by inference that anyone here is "making excuses for RH"?

    I don't agree with those who think the State made their case for malice murder, but I don't remember anyone here who thinks the State didn't suggesting y'all didn't consider anything but your own biases to reach that conclusion.

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    Just stating my opinion as many others have done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by minor4th View Post
    Requiring proof beyond a reasonable doubt = "making excuses for Ross" = Ross apologist

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    Showing proof and evidence = "fruit from a poisonous tree" = LE apologist.

    I'll admit, I think we are all pretty set in our conclusions.



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    Quote Originally Posted by minor4th View Post
    Requiring proof beyond a reasonable doubt = "making excuses for Ross" = Ross apologist

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    I believe I have seen all the proof I need to see. FYI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdj125 View Post
    300 miles would take hours to get to the courtroom. I don't think they would wait for anyone other than the prosecution team and the DT and they are all onsite
    I don't think they SHOULD wait for anyone that wants to be notified, since nobody cared enough to be there during the trial. The families and friends know that the jury is deliberating; they should be there by now if they want to be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hope4More View Post
    Is it possible, on what hopefully is verdict day, to not allege by inference that anyone here is "making excuses for RH"?

    I don't agree with those who think the State made their case for malice murder, but I don't remember anyone here who thinks the State didn't suggesting y'all didn't consider anything but your own biases to reach that conclusion.

    Peace out.
    Couldn't agree more. Little bit tired of the accusations towards pro-accident posters "making excuses" for Ross, when really only facts are being repeated and then speculated on, by those on both sides of the fence. Personally I see many debates here logical and intelligent, with nobody "making excuses" for Ross, or for the prosecution for that matter (MOO but they could do with excuses being made for them, with that poor case for malice murder. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hope4More View Post
    Is it possible, on what hopefully is verdict day, to not allege by inference that anyone here is "making excuses for RH"?

    I don't agree with those who think the State made their case for malice murder, but I don't remember anyone here who thinks the State didn't suggesting y'all didn't consider anything but your own biases to reach that conclusion.

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    Oh please, it's been inferred here plenty. Come on now.

    I'm not saying it's right to do so on either side, but denying it is ludicrous.

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    I think whenever it drops to victim blaming it is making excuses for the killer. jmo
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    Regardless of how this turns out - I do believe this jury will get it right -even if it's not what I want.

    I think they are taking their time and going through evidence as they should.

    On a side note, my husband is the the back yard on a tractor, deep in our Georgia pines - I have no idea what he's doing. He's a fantastic pilot, but I fear for our forest. I'm trying to occupy my mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hope4More View Post
    Is it possible, on what hopefully is verdict day, to not allege by inference that anyone here is "making excuses for RH"?

    I don't agree with those who think the State made their case for malice murder, but I don't remember anyone here who thinks the State didn't suggesting y'all didn't consider anything but your own biases to reach that conclusion.

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    I'm pretty sure that isn't true.

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    Full morning of debate and not a peep from the jury?


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    We do all see things differently. I'm not trying to offend anyone as we all have our own opinions.

    I will just say now that my thoughts are with the jury as they make this difficult decision.
    Thoughts and prayers for the people of Paris and all of France!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyGirl View Post
    Full morning of debate and not a peep from the jury?
    Almost time for lunch now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minor4th View Post
    Requiring proof beyond a reasonable doubt = "making excuses for Ross" = Ross apologist

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    Nope, my post was in regards to blaming the young minor children. Forcing them to share responsibility for RH being a pervert = being a RH apologist. There is plenty of proof beyond *ANY* doubt that he did commit crimes against those children but for some reason it is perfectly acceptable for people to blame the girls in order to unabashedly defend RH no matter what. That is being a RH apologist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyGirl View Post
    Full morning of debate and not a peep from the jury?
    Lol you mean in the hour so of total of deliberations..oh look lunch time...eye roll

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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyGirl View Post
    Full morning of debate and not a peep from the jury?
    Right? Please let there be a verdict so we can get on with our lives! Haha, but in all seriousness, everyone is entitled to their own opinion. We clearly have two different sides here who disagree and that's OK. Hopefully we are all here for the same reason- baby cooper

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