Anyone have any opinion's?
Sooooooo many witnesses discredited and admitted they never even say anything.
What kind of loser would lie in that kind of situation.
Without seeing the evidence, any opinion is a reflection of prejudice. The only reasonable, unprejudiced reaction is hope--hope that one's implicit trust in the system isn't misplaced, and that justice is being done. I'm truly sickened by the "got away with murder" comments as well as the "justice served" viewpoint. Both are totally baseless unless you've seen the physical evidence and reviewed testimony--which none of us have.
About some things, I wonder how anybody could or would *not* have an opinion. About others, I'm saddened by the eagerness with which people share their thoroughly uneducated opinions.
Last edited by HogansHeroes; 25-Nov-2014 at 19:15. Reason: no personal attacks, please
I agree with Cottontail that we will have to read about the evidence before we can draw any conclusions. The jury saw the evidence and they did draw the conclusion that there wasn't enough evidence to warrant a jury trial. The point I'm curious about is why six shots?
If there is some evidence to suggest over kill, I'm sure there will be a civil suit for damages, filed by D. Wilson's parents. That's always the other alternative where people seek justice.