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The Day of the Hawk

Steev Wrote: Jul 22, 2014 7:42 AM
No, the US was not particularly apologetic about the Iran Air shootdown. There is little evidence spoken of and none shown or demonstrated, that the separatists shot down MH17.
"as someone with half a brain" Then later on says that people who don't agree with her are "judgmental and condescending"
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Rand Paul and the Gutless Generation

Steev Wrote: Jul 14, 2014 10:39 AM
What a load of neocon manure
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This is How You Lose a War

Steev Wrote: Jun 13, 2014 7:38 PM
If we have lost and "this is what it feels like" then that shows you how terribly misguided the whole thing was to begin with. Life in america is the same as it was before the war, the same during the war, except for those whose lives were ruined by going to fight the war.
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Judge Beats Up Lawyer in FL: Justice Served

Steev Wrote: Jun 04, 2014 8:17 AM
So you advocate that judges assault attorneys who refuse to waive the rights of their clients. Wow.
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The Monsters We’re Making

Steev Wrote: May 29, 2014 8:27 PM
yea, let's turn everything upside down. in a court of law, for example, defendants should be presumed guilty and forced to prove their innocence. and writers should never cite sources because readers should be the ones doing the research to determine the validity of anything written
There was FAR more to the debunking of the fire marshall than what you state above. All of his conclusions were debunked. Moving a car does not in any way prove the car is more important than the children. Vil tirade makes perfect sense to me if he was not guilty. It makes sense to be very angry at someone who wants you to die. Every defense lawyer in the country would advise you to not take the stand whether you are guilty or innocent, this proves nothing whatsoever.
juries do whatever they are told to do. it is scary really.
the fire marshall testimony was completely debunked. Totally discredited by experts. Without that testimony there is no case. His 'confession" was reported by a convict who has been discredited and is not reliable at all (and was also not part of the state's evidence against CTW). His behavior was reported as odd by some, but it is ridiculous to think you know exactly how someone should behave in that situation.
OJ makes 1. and from that you extrapolate to millions.
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