August 22, 2007

In case there was still any doubt in anyone’s mind that Hans will get acquitted, I’d like to quote a story NBC wrote:

But whatever suspicion their findings manage to cast on Reiser, prosecutors must still contend with California’s tough rules on circumstantial evidence. Judges in the state are required to instruct jurors that if the evidence suggests “two reasonable interpretations,” one pointing to guilt and the other innocence, they must reject the guilty interpretation.

Clearly the evidence does not even indicate for certain that any murder was even committed; there are millions of alternate explanations for the facts.


One Response to “”

  1. Ilene Says:

    I actually would like to take note of this particular blog post, “Hans Reiser Is Innocent” on my own
    internet site. Do you care in the event that I personallydo?
    Thanks ,Ian

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