From: Fred J. McCall
Subject: Re: [NEWS]: Probe: U.S. Knew of Jet Terror Plots
Organization: is for people who don't have real work to do
Date: Sun, 29 Sep 2002 13:44:18 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 29 Sep 2002 06:44:18 PDT
Vince Brannigan wrote:
:"Fred J. McCall" wrote:
:> Vince Brannigan wrote:
:> :it is a difficult concept to grasp , but no, crimes in the legal sense do
:> :not exist until someone is convicted. for example
:> No, it is not a difficult concept to grasp at all. What you appear to
:> consistently miss is that this is not a court and we're not existing
:> 'in the legal sense'.
:> This is the real world. Deal with it.
:This is why I used Bolts versionof Moes words
:"the world construes in accordance with its Wits and the Court constures in
:accordance with the law"
And this would seem to define the difference between us. I have
"Wits" and words have meanings. You have nothing until a court tells
you what to think and meanings flow like water to be whatever you may
choose at any given time.
:If you make a legal claim, Ill call you on it.
I made a claim of fact. You insist it isn't fact unless a court
validates it for you. This would seem to be YOUR problem.
:if not, i dont care what you think on the issue.
Well, on this we can agree. Given how you appear to be thinking (or
not thinking), I can't imagine caring what you think on the issue (for
any given issue), either.
I'll leave you to worry about things like Mayo v. Satan and His Staff,
54 F.R.D. 282 (W.D. Pa. 1971). Obviously not a frivolous suit.
"If the law supposes that, the law is an ass, a idiot."
-- Charles Dickens