SproutCertainly hard evidence usually comes outTue Aug 7, 2012 1:56pm184.108.40.206during a police investigation and a trial...
But it is doubtful that those NOT actually physically involved in the crime (ie. the criminal and the victim) ACTUALLY had any hard evidence. That they had was hearsay. It is doubtful that there were many direct witnesses to the crimes.
- You are reaching. Hard evidence was not "hearsay". Clawson, Tue Aug 7 1:22pmSome few scoutmasters actually did end up in prison, usually after several years of unreported activity.
- Certainly hard evidence usually comes out Sprout, Tue Aug 7 1:56pm
- So a dozen boys get their heads together and decide to lie Clawson, Tue Aug 7 2:03pm...about what supposedly happened to them that night in the tent when they had no witnesses? "Where there is smoke, there is fire." All boy scouts know that, and so should parents.
- Hindsight is 20/20.... (nm) Sprout, Wed Aug 8 5:46am
- The evidence is always there Clawson, Wed Aug 8 3:43pmPeople don't choose to believe the victims because turning over the rocks to reveal the worms would undermine FAITH in the existing social structure.
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