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Old 11-20-2014, 09:26 AM
totallyanon is offline
Join Date: Nov 2014
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This is not a case where a victim is identifying an assailant. This is a case where a co conspirator has a constantly changing story, so I very much get worried that his testimony is really the only proof used to send someone to jail. Additionally, there are literally hundreds (probably more I don't feel like looking it up) of cases where people are convicted on the basis of a victim ID and those people later turn out innocent as a result of DNA testing. So overall, the case against Adnan is very weak and full of reasonable doubt.