dirtymick12 karma2018-12-04 07:46:31 UTC
Interestingly (at least to me), that sense of duty is one of the things that most keeps me going. I can do more good here than not here.
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dirtymick6 karma2014-03-16 20:54:44 UTC
Thank you for what you do.
You likely can't answer something like this, but maybe a lawyer in the thread can. It seems that whenever I see cases like these, there's a pattern that goes: accusations made, accused's vehement denial, accuser's truthfulness asserted and evidence hinted at, defense's further denials with accompanying character dispersions, video evidence surfaces, recantment/settlement/fini.
Am I imagining that or do the prosecutors follow a rough plan like this in order to let the accused dig themselves ever deeper and finally destroy their own credibility?
dirtymick6 karma2015-09-10 17:10:44 UTC
Waste Management Artisan.
dirtymick3 karma2014-03-16 20:59:40 UTC
Very good. It seemed there was a strategy at work.
dirtymick3 karma2011-01-25 18:50:58 UTC
I just want to say a very heartfelt thank you to you, and all the folks at NewsHour, for doing what you do. This program, along with NPR, are probably the last bastions of fact-based news presentation we have left.
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