Elmagister wrote: bradburyesqu wrote: Elmagister wrote:
Patranus wrote:They going to talk about him murdering someone?
They're talking right now about the trial...he didn't kill anyone. You realize it went to trial, and the charges were dropped?
That doesn't prove that he didn't kill anyone. It only proves that they couldn't prove that he did kill someone.
I don't know enough about the trial to have an informed opinion, but just pointing out that not going to jail doesn't make someone innocent.
They had zero evidence that Lewis did it. He wasn't found not guilty; the charges were dismissed.
I never said he was found not guilty. And whether he was or was not it doesn't change anything about what I said. Not going to jail doesn't prove innocents. It doesn't matter if he was found not guilt, the chargers were dropped or he never was arrested at all. All three things happen to guilty people all the time.
There is a really bad habit in this country of assuming our legal system always gets it right. It was never designed to always get it right. It was designed so that when it was wrong it was more likely that a guilty man went free then an innocent man went to jail. Although both do happen.
WR:Cruz, Decker, Shorts, Hartline, Allen
RB: Charles, MJD, McFadden, Hillis, Jennings
1 20 passing
1 10 rushing/receiving
1 PPR, 12 man league.
All TDs 6 Points.