Forum Super Hero
A Congressional hearing is not a trial.I don't think you understand what my position is. You really don't. I'm not obligated to defend someone I disagree with simply because they oppose someone else I disagree with. Violence is bad m'kay?
If the prosecution can prove beyond a reasonable doubt that an individual or individuals are guilty of specific charges, so be it.
Courts have rules of evidence. Defendants can defend themselves, cross examine witnesses and provide expert testimony to dispute evidence. Or they should at least.
It's how Jussie Smollet got convicted. It's how Kyle Rittenhouse got acquitted.
It's also how Derek Chauvin is going to be in prison for the next 20 years. It's a shame though, how many innocent others had to die or have their lives destroyed in the brutal violence that followed. "Mostly peaceful", right.
I can accept a court verdict as well as the result of any appeals. How I personally feel about it is a right I reserve for myself though. A right everyone has.