Proving a negative - can it be done?
“There is absolutely no collusion. That has been proven,” - Trump . Yes a negative can be proven - by lack of evidence after due diligence exoneration. Do you agree?
You need to explain this with examples. Otherwise the answer is no because lack of evidence is also repudiation of any assertions.
Lack of evidence in a criminal case would allow the defendant to get a summary judgement in their favor. Lack of evidence would also exclude even moving forward to an arrest.
Without an arrest you can't go to trial, and without a trial or confession you can't get a verdict.
The FBI WARNED Trump in 2016 that the Russians would try to infiltrate his campaign. General Incompetence.
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