Democrats: Due process, presumption of innocence do not apply to Kavanaugh

If you do an internet search for "men released from prison for false convictions of rape," you will get many results.  There are many duplicates, but there is no question that we have wrongful convictions of men for rape and other crimes. Some notable examples are two New York men released after 26 years in prison after the woman admitted she lied. A Louisiana man was freed after 38 years for a false rape conviction. The Innocence Project's website has a list of cases where convictions have been overturned. Given this, one would think a man with a stellar record, such as Brett Kavanaugh, who gets accused in 2018 by Christine Blasey Ford, a partisan Democrat represented by a partisan Democrat attorney, of a never reported incident in 1982, would be treated fairly, with the accusation subject to close scrutiny. Democrats used to say they cared about due process and the presumption of innocence for those accused of a crime.  But such legal...(Read Full Post)
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