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Hard to believe, but we didn't hear the evidence.

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It's sounding increasingly like wacko Jacko will get off too, Mark.

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(NT) (NT) I agree Dave

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(NT) (NT) i agree another oj

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In this case ...

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... it seems the witnesses were just too shady to "rehabilitate". From what I heard bits and pieces -- especially the tapes of him -- he sure seemed guilty to me. Oh well, guess it is indeed an imperfect system.

Evie Happy

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no need to hear the evidence Dave

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enough to read "He praised "this small band of dedicated lawyers" who "saved my life," but complained that the proceedings had left him "broke."

"If you want to know how to go through $10 million in five years, ask me,"
he said.

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From what I understand

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most of that money went to the first two attorneys and the investigators they hired. This last lawyer is the one who came in when Blake was nearly broke already and narrowed the team to a small handful of less than five key players who did all the legwork on their own. And they managed to get him found not guilty.

TONI

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Watch what Leno & Letterman say on their monolog tonight

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Let me say again,

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all the decent governments of the world that we modeled our system after, have rethought it and gotton rid of juries because they are stupid.

We are alone on this one, and suffering so we can make lawyers richer.

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Any chance a safe will fall out of a high window like in the

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cartoons to make this right? Thought not.

Rob Boyter

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