Lessons from the Casey Anthony trial

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July 7, 2011
LewRockwell.com
by Ryan McMaken  
Posted in Commentary

"This is exactly how the legal system is supposed to work. People are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, and guilt must be established beyond a reasonable doubt. We're not supposed to convict people of capital crimes because we find them distasteful or annoying. None of that matters to the great American lynch mob, which, not even being present at the trial, finds itself so magnificently insightful and so morally pure, that its shrill cries for justice echo with unparalleled histrionic fervor down the virtual halls of Facebook and Twitter." (07/08/11)

http://lewrockwell.com/mcmaken/mcmaken136.html  

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