But that's why we need a jury. One person's belief cannot be the gospel for everyone.
This charade, if it is one, can still go on. This is like Law and Order. The case is solved and a criminal has been accused, but it's only half the show.
deschainXIX wrote:I'm taking a class in Forensic Science at the moment, and currently we're in a unit concerning document and handwriting analysis. This line of thinking being in the forefront of my mind certainly came in handy here! Or it only proves that I was LOOKING for similarities between the rhetorical styles and such and so that's what I found. I've always had a deductive, observational mind like this, though.
Kudos to you! I wasn't even examining it under a Sherlock Holmes lens the way you were. Yet, Kudos to me, for picking it up so fast. I've been fooled before and use to be gullible. Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me.
I still have no idea and no proof, but like I said, I can confidently state what I believe because I know Enra won't be offended. I wish I could do that with everyone, and don't we all? Big lies in society we wish others would listen to.... Again, too innumerous to list.