What amazes me is how many people in this thread are convinced he is guilty, and are saying that it is a tragedy he was acquitted in this most recent case. Personally, I dont know either way, but I know that there is NOTHING that was presented in this recent case that at all indicated any truth to the allegations. Quite the opposite in fact. Yet so many of you are still convinced he is guilty. Based on what? What has convinced you that he is guilty of this in the face of lying witnesses, contridictory testimony and a complete lack of evidence? Personal feelings about it just arent enough to make the guilty argument. A hunch is only that, and certainly a VERY dangerous way to judge others. Especially a hunch created based on media portrayals only. To be a sucessful and fair society, we must make our judgements based on the presented facts, not just personal thoughts/ideas/feelings. The jury would have given a terrible blow to the justice system to convict based on the great big nothing presented in this trial. I am thankful they made the right decision. Doesnt it scare you to think someone could be brought to trial on serious charges, have their accusers (known to fabricate law suits) mess up their stories numerous times, have no evidence presented, and end up in Jail for 20 years???
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6/17/05 at 6:52am