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Marc Clifton12-Dec-12 6:45
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Marc Clifton12-Dec-12 10:12
protectorMarc Clifton12-Dec-12 10:12 
wizardzz wrote:
Honestly, do you really think that these 2 people are innocent victims?


The passenger, certainly not being the driver of the car, yes, is innocent.

As far as the driver goes, what was he guilty of? Reckless driving? Attempted manslaughter? Etc.? So, we have an execution instead of a trial by jury, guilty before innocent, and that is the way of the law, eh? The point being, the police are supposed to protect the citizens, even those committing crimes, and the innocent people, and also they are supposed to protect the law. The actions I read about don't seem to reflect this. That's my 2c.

Marc

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