- Mar 18, 2010
This is the crux of your misunderstanding of what "always be believed means" and it reverts back to the second post I made to you.So you think that a legal system where an alleged victim is always believed isn't dangerous? Every single allegation regardless of credibility should lead to prosecution?
Nobody says the legal system should. They said you should. You are not the legal system. The legal system do lots of things that the general public don't have to do. They do them and hold themselves to different standards because the consequences are greater.And my point was that "always believing the victim" isn't dangerous legally like you suggested it was because they're not advocating the jury do that. Advocating believing the accuser is not the same as suggesting people should be legally convicted and sentenced without evidence.
It appears we've come full circle now and you still do not understand that "believing the victim" is not directed at the legal system, this is something I have explained twice now and I'm afraid I'm not going to hijack another thread to do it a third time.