Distorting an image
When clearly wrong issues can pass – when the judiciary does not perceive the difference between the impossibility of the event being presented versus tangible salient features of reality – then you have nothing more than delusion.
To say in such a situation: ‘a judge has decided’ is to pull the wool over the eyes.
It is not true that one can distort an image completely. It is not possible that one does not notice this.
Three traditions of Justice that can be found in the history of ideas
Gepubliceerd op 15 apr. 2011
Gepubliceerd op 16 sep. 2009
Christie Prody discusses life with O.J. after he was acquitted of murder charges. For more on this story go to http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/oj-simpson-…
29 mei 2015
28 jun. 2016
OJ Trial Uncut
OJ Simpson criminal trial from February 15th, 1995. (Rockne Harmon, Barry Scheck, Testimony From Witness David Rossi, F. Lee Bailey, Marcia Clark, Raw, Uncut)
25 mrt. 2011