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Justice is final?

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  • redemp1946
    To all of you who are simply drooling with glee in response to the Pennsylvania s rejection of Ira s plea: If you think justice is final, just ask any of the
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 26, 2007
      To all of you who are simply drooling with glee in response to the
      Pennsylvania's rejection of Ira's plea:
      If you think justice is final, just ask any of the dozens (if not
      hundreds by now) of people who were serving extremely severe
      sentences for crimes they did not commit until DNA evidence
      exhonerated them.
      Unfortunately, this can't happen in Ira Einhorn's case because the
      DA "lost" the clothes Holly Maddux was found in. (I have no idea how
      her corpose was disposed of.) And, no blood whatsoever was found in
      the trunk or in Ira's apartment. How convenient! Ira was not proven
      guilty beyond a reasonable doubt: he could not possibly have received
      a fair trial in Philadelphia, so vilified was he in the local press,
      and ALL the evidence was circumstantial.
      Those of you have seem to have blind faith in our criminal justice
      system are incredibly naive. Just ask the rugby players in North
      Carolina who lives were just about ruined by the over-zealous DA.
      Many legal scholars are now calling attention to the corruption of
      our judicial system, especially by DAs who are willing to go anything
      to get a conviction, to hell with whether or not the defendant is
      guilty. You may wake up one morning and discover yourself in a
      similar situation. Do you not want the public to presume your
      innocence until your guilt is proven?
      Jim Sorrells
    • Anna
      It is very rare, that innocent person is convicted with a crime he did not commit. But it still is better to have these few innocent men lost to injustice,
      Message 2 of 2 , Apr 26, 2007
        It is very rare, that innocent person is convicted  with a crime he did not commit. But it still is better to have these few innocent men lost to injustice, than the real criminals free and on the run from justice.   Ira certainly is guilty. And you know every well, that after such long time, blood can be removed, trunk moved back and forth, so DNA was not necessary at all.  He could have killed her somewhewre else and later brought in the trunk home for safe keeping. There were witnesses who caught him him with a trunk, but he lied to them that he needs to throw books to the dump.
        There was enough evidence left to convict him and give him chair. He should be happy to get a life sentence only.  He may use this time to  meditate on his  failure as a human being.
         
        Anna
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
        ----- Original Message -----
        Sent: Thursday, April 26, 2007 12:52 PM
        Subject: [Ira-Einhorn] Justice is final?

        To all of you who are simply drooling with glee in response to the
        Pennsylvania' s rejection of Ira's plea:
        If you think justice is final, just ask any of the dozens (if not
        hundreds by now) of people who were serving extremely severe
        sentences for crimes they did not commit until DNA evidence
        exhonerated them.
        Unfortunately, this can't happen in Ira Einhorn's case because the
        DA "lost" the clothes Holly Maddux was found in. (I have no idea how
        her corpose was disposed of.) And, no blood whatsoever was found in
        the trunk or in Ira's apartment. How convenient! Ira was not proven
        guilty beyond a reasonable doubt: he could not possibly have received
        a fair trial in Philadelphia, so vilified was he in the local press,
        and ALL the evidence was circumstantial.
        Those of you have seem to have blind faith in our criminal justice
        system are incredibly naive. Just ask the rugby players in North
        Carolina who lives were just about ruined by the over-zealous DA.
        Many legal scholars are now calling attention to the corruption of
        our judicial system, especially by DAs who are willing to go anything
        to get a conviction, to hell with whether or not the defendant is
        guilty. You may wake up one morning and discover yourself in a
        similar situation. Do you not want the public to presume your
        innocence until your guilt is proven?
        Jim Sorrells

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