Wednesday, January 14, 2004

Also, it's not about giving rights and priviledges to a segment of society. It's about giving the same rights to everybody.

(Do I have a right to an attorney? Yes. Might I never exercise said right? It's possible. Does that mean that we should take away the right of attorney to the segment of the population which uses them, since these people are (mostly) criminals and are an element to be minimized?)
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