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1. B Hoskins CEOExpressSelect Member
     (12/4/2017 12:48:34 PM)
     Message ID #294720

This message is in response to D Robb ( message id #294719 )  View All Related Messages

Presumption of innocence? You can't have it one way and then not have it apply the other way.

You should presume Clinton innocent until proven guilty. You should do the same for Trump. Similarly, this should be the presumption for all those accused of sexual impropriety who have not been tried and convicted. Those who have ADMITTED wrongdoing, well, they're impacting their own right to presumption of innocence.

But you say that there should be proof of wrong? The FBI presented proof of wrong... then the FBI suggested that a reasonable DA would not prosecute. Whether that is the FBI's right or role to weigh in on that decision is up for debate, but the FBI clearly found wrong. What was not done was taking the next step for a trial and an ultimately binding finding.

But, back to the original statement, if you want HRC presumed innocent, you should concede DT gets the same presumption, as painful as either or both may be.
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