On 27 Jul 2002 at 14:26, David McFadzean wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <email@example.com>
> > I bring up the presently actually guilty (via DNA and other evidence),
> > and you counter with the innocent, as Hermit counters with the possibly
> > future transgressors.
> I didn't "counter" with anything, my question was an honest one.
> Do you disagree with my stated assumption that any conceivable practical
> justice system will necessarily make some errors and convict the innocent?
> If so, on what grounds?
The chances of that happening with DNA evidence are vanishingly
small, whereas the chances of repeat murders are much higher. Don't
the innocent deserve not to be murdered by these psychopaths, too?
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