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September 30, 2009



The day in which you could put someone on the back of a horse tie a rope around his neck and bolt the horse from under him is gone. Polanski is entitled to a fair trial . That should be the starting point in any discussion. The guilty plea he took before a media crazy judge fails the test of due process. The current Judge admits that. Let the prosecution have their shot at Polanski. We'll soon see there is no bullet in the gun. They've lost the casefile. And they lost their star witness,"the victim", when she took the money. If I'm right the burden is on the prosecution to explain what is the point here-aside from publicity for them.

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