I have just walked away from court as a free man, after being acquitted for murder.
This is the best feeling I will ever experience. I don't care if by some miracle I manage to get a 11/10 gf and do lines of coke off her, nothing will ever compare to this ever.
I think the time spent on remand has probably made me a lot stronger as a person, but am I glad to be free.
>There is this threeway alley way behind some shops near me (pic related)
>Victim (V) enters the alleyway at 12:09 according to CCTV,
>I enter at 12:10, I leave at 12:12
>other man (B) enters at 12:16
>(B) finds victim dead, calls ambulance and police
>He was eventually found to have died from bleeding on the brain
The grey line is a small step, it is now presumed he tripped on this and smashed his head on the concrete
>cross examination asks me if I saw him
>Why did you not call the emergency services?
>"I am not legally obliged to do so"
>Would you have done so if it was the law?
>Did your conscience not provoke you into calling an ambulance, where the law does not?
>"No, I presumed by his attire that he would have been a waste of public funds"
The judge said I was one of the most repulsive people he had seen walk free from the court.
Fortunately I was being tried in a court of law and not a court of morality.
Can you explain why you didn't just take the fifth?
Just noticed this is a pretty pepe pose. Did someone shoop it?
I dont get double jeopardy laws
so I could kill someone, my lawyer gets me off thanks to my phony alabi, and the second I am pronounced not guilty I could stand up in court and say actually my mum was lying for me I was never at home that night I was killing that normie scum and they couldnt do anything about it?
>not pleading the equivalent of the 5th
>in the country that produced the magna carta
you are thinking of the most obnoxious case. What if people were re-tried every time after a new piece of evidence was found? It would be pretty much impossible to ever be fully cleared of something.