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September 08, 2011

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Mark Schamel

How do we know that the defendant is a "dead-eyed soulless killer and lifelong burden on society" from this article or from this case? That type of ignorance is what leads to bad police work (which this apparently was), bad prosecutions (which this became) and bad convictions (which this was before being overturned). Hoorah for the Constitution and for the court for upholding it.

ColorBlindJustice

Three cheers for the appellate panel! Now we productive, taxpaying residents of the District are at risk of harm by yet another dead-eyed soulless killer and lifelong burden to society who's been freed on a technicality.

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