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All too often judges falsify their reasons and decisions, but who can tell?
Kersasp Shekhdar Denis Rancourt PhD audience: Public
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All too often judges falsify their reasons and decisions, but who can tell?

Sunday, January 31, 2016   Public Kersasp Shekhdar    Denis Rancourt PhD

Category: Court
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My question is, can the judge take out statements from the very original recording? I remember exact things said in the hearing that are not in the audio recording.

This is a blatant and obvious understatement It has already been dete...
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