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AnnaGilmour comments on The Amanda Knox Test: How an Hour on the Internet Beats a Year in the Courtroom - Less Wrong

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Comment author: AnnaGilmour 15 December 2009 04:30:21PM 1 point [-]

Something new I saw this morning. Quite incriminating of the investigation.

"Amanda Knox - Police Deceit - "Assassins" of Character" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHleYhBJy8k

Comment author: Feh 18 December 2009 09:24:14AM 1 point [-]

The above Youtube video is worth watching. If there is even one mistake like this by the police in a criminal investigation, I think they should be forced drop the investigation, rather than to risk putting innocent people in jail due to the police's incompetence or bias.

Comment author: wedrifid 18 December 2009 10:40:53AM 3 points [-]

If there is even one mistake like this by the police in a criminal investigation, I think they should be forced drop the investigation

Is that before or after they are arrested, stripped of their authority (and employment) and imprisoned? I have zero tolerance for that kind of abuse of power.