- Crazy Diamond
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Really, don't even wait to see if the defendant is convicted? What ever happened to "innocent until proved guilty"? Years ago we were robbed whilst on holiday and the thief took jewellery which was of great sentimental value to both of us. Had he been caught, which of course he wasn't, much as we would have liked the toe rag to have been punished, I do believe we'd have preferred a trial first.
Sometimes a majority just means all the wrong people are on the same side.