<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by incogn2oe:
the problem is that the prosecution tampered with evidence and had the police lie on the stand. he did not sell or atempt to sell but it was their word against his.
your arrogant response is not appreciated. this is the first time he has ever been in trouble with the law and is not a drug dealer. thanks for your answer, but you shouldn't have wasted your time.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Wasn't it you that said he was "found guilty in a "jury trial"? So, it's a little too late to postulate that someone was lying. Also, I'm sure you weren't there at the time of the arrest, so anything you say is mere hearsay and speculation. Because, if you were there, you would have said that you testified on his behalf.
So, my question still remains. What's the rush?
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