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Subject: Completely Agree - NT

Author: Evgenii Manev

Date: 04:03:45 05/30/05

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On May 30, 2005 at 05:15:51, Rolf Tueschen wrote:

>The reason why courts and justice and judges and juries exist at all is the
>important fact that we cant accept plausibility proofs. If something is looking
>like something (forbidden) it's still not sure that it's forbidden. To analyse
>that we have courts and judges and experts.
>You are NOT tournament director, you are NOT judge. You are one of many experts.
>You have opinions but you don't have proofs! A. Schmidt doesn't have proofs
>either. So, you two can't decide a case. A tournament director could decide,
>although it might be the wrong decision.
>It's funny when people "prove" something outside courthouses in an "as if"
>procedure. Ok, the worst what could happen is that someone else is branded for
>life - for the wrong reasons. Bad luck then for the branded kid... In other
>words, you personally have nothing to lose if you make a false decision. A few
>smileys will do the job.

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