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K2ParticipantThe real issue at play here is that the evidence presented in this trial is practically immaterial to what the final verdict will be. Every single person sitting in the jury box, the judge and everyone in that courtroom all know that there is an angry mob waiting outside to hear the verdict. If the verdict comes back not-guilty, there is little chance that the jurors get doxed and killed along with their families. Even if they don’t the rioters stand ready to burn the town they live in. The irony is, they’ve already been paid, they are probably going to riot anyway, just maybe less doxing involved.
- March 31, 2021 at 9:43 pm
This is not justice. There can be no justice as long as a riot can be reasonably threatened with specific threats to those in charge of finding the results. The Democrats have taken a 3 tiered system of government and capped the knees of the judiciary. Notice that Trump was not even allowed to present arguments at SCOTUS.
Not saying I know what to do with this, just noting that as long as mobs are allowed to run freely in the streets, justice is a laughable idea. One thought though might be to high tail it out of here. Form United States of Texas or the Gulf, or Central US or whatever. Open to other suggestions.We stand together because otherwise, we don't stand at all.30