LennyeTran wrote:Shazzam wrote:
In my country we believe in the principle 'innocent until proven guilty'. This woman has not/and is not, under any suspicion.
Well, same thing for almost everywhere, don't you think? If they had doubts, they would have hung her with him. They haven't done it like that, have they? I was speaking my own feelings about this whole thing. I was saying that I have some doubts about her position in his life and her position in this whole picture. Who could raise their hand and say she is really innocent beside herself (if and only if she doesn't lie)??
I don't think I can answer the question with a YES. The reason is corruption. I don't agree that judicial systems always make the right choices based on evidence. It is well known that in some countries; you can buy your way to freedom. There is also evidence that these countries can also imprison someone wrongfully because of their religious or political beliefs. There have been many executions carried out on this basis alone.