• innocent til proven guilty makes MUCH, MUCH more sense guilty til proven innocent is the aristocratic, tyrant way of ruling
  • He who alleges must prove...therefore innocent til proven otherwise....
  • Innocent till proven guilty. Sadly often the law is not colorblind, and is not immune to the influence of those with various forms of power and prejudice.
  • That depends. If you're a black man shot by a white police officer, you're innocent even if it's proven you were guilty, you were just the victim of the racist system. If you're a white police officer accused of killing a black man, you're guilty even if you're proven innocent, you were just the beneficiary of the racist system.
  • they both sound the same
  • A bit of a non question, little one! Would you like to be beaten to a pulp for being "guilty" of what your neighbour has done. Or would you rather be questioned to prove you are guilty, first?
  • Why break the law when you can abide by the law? That's common sense, cause one thing for sure: "If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck." I rest my case.

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