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Offline Nine

Just saying hello
« on: November 04, 2016, 11:44:06 AM »
Hello

Im nine,

I have an interest in miscarriages of justice, and feel that if people can help just a little, and support those who otherwise may not have a voice.

Even if people are wrong in their assumptions, i think that their intention are hopefully for the good.

There are many miscarriages of justice and their are many people who make false confessions, Good strong evidence is needed to support these confessions that people make.

As long as someone is in prison doing the time for a crime, most members of the public as satisfied with a conviction, but the trouble is, if they did not do it then the real perpetrator is still walking the street, having an opportunity to commit more serious crime.

sorry i didn't introduce myself earlier

Online Angelo222

Re: Just saying hello
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2016, 03:40:00 PM »
Hello

Im nine,

I have an interest in miscarriages of justice, and feel that if people can help just a little, and support those who otherwise may not have a voice.

Even if people are wrong in their assumptions, i think that their intention are hopefully for the good.

There are many miscarriages of justice and their are many people who make false confessions, Good strong evidence is needed to support these confessions that people make.

As long as someone is in prison doing the time for a crime, most members of the public as satisfied with a conviction, but the trouble is, if they did not do it then the real perpetrator is still walking the street, having an opportunity to commit more serious crime.

sorry i didn't introduce myself earlier

Welcome to the forum, has the name 'Nine' have some significance?
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Offline John

Re: Just saying hello
« Reply #2 on: November 08, 2016, 02:21:09 AM »
Hello

Im nine,

I have an interest in miscarriages of justice, and feel that if people can help just a little, and support those who otherwise may not have a voice.

Even if people are wrong in their assumptions, i think that their intention are hopefully for the good.

There are many miscarriages of justice and their are many people who make false confessions, Good strong evidence is needed to support these confessions that people make.

As long as someone is in prison doing the time for a crime, most members of the public as satisfied with a conviction, but the trouble is, if they did not do it then the real perpetrator is still walking the street, having an opportunity to commit more serious crime.

sorry i didn't introduce myself earlier

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Offline Stephanie

Re: Just saying hello
« Reply #3 on: October 19, 2018, 09:41:49 PM »
Hello

Im nine,

I have an interest in miscarriages of justice, and feel that if people can help just a little, and support those who otherwise may not have a voice.

Even if people are wrong in their assumptions, i think that their intention are hopefully for the good
.

There are many miscarriages of justice and their are many people who make false confessions, Good strong evidence is needed to support these confessions that people make.

As long as someone is in prison doing the time for a crime, most members of the public as satisfied with a conviction, but the trouble is, if they did not do it then the real perpetrator is still walking the street, having an opportunity to commit more serious crime.

sorry i didn't introduce myself earlier

You see I don't agree with this Nine. I don't believe all people's intentions are good.

Offline Stephanie

Re: Just saying hello
« Reply #4 on: October 19, 2018, 11:43:14 PM »
Hello

Im nine,

I have an interest in miscarriages of justice, and feel that if people can help just a little, and support those who otherwise may not have a voice.

Even if people are wrong in their assumptions, i think that their intention are hopefully for the good.

There are many miscarriages of justice and their are many people who make false confessions, Good strong evidence is needed to support these confessions that people make.

As long as someone is in prison doing the time for a crime, most members of the public as satisfied with a conviction, but the trouble is, if they did not do it then the real perpetrator is still walking the street, having an opportunity to commit more serious crime.

sorry i didn't introduce myself earlier

What "good strong evidence" do you suggest then?

Murderers are "walking the streets" Nine. Look at unsolved murder cases.

Then think about all those murderers who have served their life sentence and have been released. They aren't all reformed characters.