The limit of the law and then try and change the law....
Depends on how wrong the "wrong" was.
I may not quite go as far as Janine Harms' brother, but I may get close.
TL:NR? Here's a summary. Janine Harms disappeared one night 10 years ago. She was last seen with Maurice Nasmeh, who claimed to know nothing. However, as a chief suspect, he was detained, and his car seized for evidence collection. Inside, they found fibers matching a persian rug missing from Harms' house. Given the history of Nasmeh's violence against women, he's their primary suspect, and was briefly jailed, until a crime lab ****ed up the evidence, and the guy was set free. In January 2011, Harms' brother found Nasmeh one day, shot him dead, then took his own life.
And the local DA have just made a full determination: they retested the fibers using an independent lab, and the results are confirmed: there is no other way the rug fibers could conceivably have gotten into Nasmeh's car's cargo area. If the brother would have waited a bit longer...
by LupitaRonquillo 5 years ago
Yes, great job to the Boston police and FBI for catching hopefully the last suspect in the marathon bombings but is all this applauding and cheering really necessary? Is terrorism finally over?? I doubt the victims' families are cheering tonight. They do deserve applause for successfully...
by danicole 3 years ago
Reasons why Ferguson and Eric Garner has to do with race. List below
by My Esoteric 2 months ago
There can be know doubt that the Trump Jr. meeting with various Russians connected with Putin was collusion. It is not important that the those on the Russian side ended up only talking about influencing Donald Trump to end a set of 2012 sanctions against Russia. What is important is that...
by chipsball 5 years ago
Having survived the "Rites of Passage of an African-American Teenager in America" myself as a teenager and having raised four African-Americans teenagers in America I feel so blessed today that none of them ever encountered George Zimmerman. Nor having them ever being judged by the jurors...
by Rev Bruce S Noll HMN 2 years ago
Do you think the American legal system is designed to protect the criminal or the victim?Our constitution indicates that we have the right to a fair and speedy trial and that the accused is considered innocent until proven guilty. Does that system still serve us adequately today?
by alexandriaruthk 5 years ago
If you suspect that your partner/loved one is cheating, what should you do?Do you need to confront them immediately??
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