[ilds] "for an account of that sort of life, Kipling."

Bruce Redwine bredwine1968 at earthlink.net
Sun Jun 27 18:38:07 PDT 2010

Marc, I'm not certain what you're driving at, but I guess you're demanding absolute certitude where none exists.  An accumulation of circumstantial evidence is enough to convict in the American judicial system — and that is based on probabilities.


On Jun 27, 2010, at 4:03 PM, Marc Piel wrote:

> Brice,
> Sorry my friend but your phrase "were most 
> probably lies" kills your whole argument!
> It is a vicious circle that eradicated itself and 
> allows any or all suppositions.
> @+
> Marc
> Le 27/06/10 23:06, Bruce Redwine a écrit :
>> were most probably lies

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