Is it time that we begin charging and convicting citizens based on the level of public outrage rather than due process in a court of law?
- John WLv 71 month ago
It doesn't work that way in the US. As much as Trump tries to deny due process eventually everyone gets their day in court, even him.
- lil_charlieLv 51 month ago
they promised anything to get Trump out, this is just the last gasp...
- Lord BaconLv 71 month ago
No. Justice is achieved by establishing due process, not by relying on the ravings of a rabid mob. How would it work: Guilt is decided by whichever group shouts loudest? No thank you.
- electricpoleLv 71 month ago
Perhaps. Many Mayors and governors have already decided that they will or will not protect public and private property, based on the political impact of enforcing the rule law. Why not go further down the road.
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- Anonymous1 month ago
Only if I slip through the cracks.