Thursday, August 22, 2013
Since When Is Motive Not Relevant
SEE HERE This decision like so much in the case of the Fort Hood shooter, makes no sense at all. This atrocious act of betrayal of one's fellows and their outright murder was motivated by jihadist sympathies but the prosecution can't introduce the evidence of that fact into the record. This is justice? This is politically correct nonsense. We're getting more and more of this kind of thing from the bench these days. It probably has something to do with who nominated them to the bench or maybe what is passing for education in law schools these days.