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Re: “Hear My Plea

One of the things that has always bothered me about society, is how quick the average members of society are to judge without knowing (or accounting for) all of the facts. Judging is sometimes necessary and is not, of itself, wrong, when handled right. But judging others without regard to all relevant facts is hurtful, it is a logical fallacy, and it is indicative of either intellectual dishonesty or stupidity. WISHINGFORAB - this appears to decribe you, unless you have actual knowledge of actual facts that establish your views (you appear, however, to be merely bitter, not knowledgeable). The reason this case has sparked such furor, is because it was impossible to know with certainty whether or not Kareena killed her baby, or whether she was confused, or whether the baby was stillborn. All we have in this case - all the judges and attorneys and parents and accused had - were possibilities. Some would argue that certain positions taken rise to the level of probabilities, due to the expert testimony that accompanied them. But you know...when medical science is itself so imprecise and unproven in many areas, even "expert testimony" is mere opinion, not proof. None of us KNOWS with CERTAINTY whether a murder occured. The facts as reviewed by the Utah Supreme Court indicate that there was no evidence of a crime against the baby. I strongly suspect that the commenters above who are claiming Kareena killed her baby, have not reviewed the totality of facts that the Utah Supreme Court reviewed, nor in as much detail. To those posters I would ask: why have you hired highly-trained complex thinkers to run your Utah Supreme Court, and then question their conclusion after you yourself appear not to have studied the record - or even this article - as closely as they have studied the facts? You must be a very prescient person to know things that even the complex-thinkers on the Utah Supere Court don't know, after their intensive study of the facts.

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Posted by guitarboy on 02/20/2009 at 12:26 PM

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