Re: DSM: Interest increasing?


John Axtell (newlife@theofficenet.com)
Mon, 08 Jan 2001 09:17:20 -0800


BY WHAT REASONING CAN ONE CONDUCT A JC WITH THE PROSECUTING BRINGING EVIDENCE
AND THE DEFENSE NOT ?

I CAN NOT THINK OF ANYTHING QUITE AS UNDEMOCRATIC.

JOHN AXTELL

Prohibido1@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 1/8/01 8:48:23 AM Pacific Standard Time,
> newlife@theofficenet.com writes:
>
> <<
> HOW ON EARTH CAN A JC OPERATE WITHOUT AN ACTIVE DEFENSE. I HAVE NEVER HEARD
> ANYTHING SO POSITIVELY NUTS.
> >>
> The only defense the defendant has is his/her word, which is either believed
> or not, whether it be the truth or not. Remember, I've been to many JC
> procedings. I like JC for the most part. But, in some cases, I think it can
> use some refinement, that's all. I understand you're in love with it.
> That's great. I don't have to be completly sold on it to validate your point
> of view.



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