Comment: When a court of competent jurisdiction tries the case with the

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When a court of competent jurisdiction tries the case with the

defendant allowed to be present for all proceedings, have access to counsel, and be allowed to question his accusers, and the court have the legal authority to impose sentence and carry it out, let me know.

Until then, this is nothing more than a gang of pontificating Joe Shmoe's "trying" someone for an alleged crime in their garage.

I swear, you sound like the average yank liberal who's more concerned with "intent" rather than results.

Some people just can't separate the general topic they post about from the specifics others are criticizing.

Your down votes are all about the shoddy and pathetic specifics.