Tuesday, December 14, 2010

So who did the rape-murders of the Viscondes?

Is this the quality of our police, NBI and even justice system?

A cop who confessed to washing off bloody evidence, a son of a senator at that time who village guards and main witness fingered as present in the village at the time of the rape-murders?

Tell me, via your comments, who did it! Damnation!

I am somewhat of an emotional guy when it comes to victims of violent crime. Here is the cool-headed level reply of a dear friend:

Exactly the inevitable question: who did it then? the same question posed to the jury when o.j. simpson was acquitted in the murder of his wife nicole. but the court doesn't bother any more with the question. an acquittal goes only to the e...xtent of saying that the accused cannot be held guilty based on the evidence presented. it goes without saying that State failed to give sufficient evidence of moral certainty or proof beyond reasonable doubt. it further goes without saying that the law enforcer the police the NBI bungled the case for they failed to gather and put up evidence strong enough to warrant a conviction, which is one way of saying that they were not able to solve the case, so they have to investigate again look for the bastards who did the dastardly crime, or perhaps webb et al could possibly be guilty but the evidence is weak. all told the buck stops at the desk of the law enforcer who in this country investigates crime using poor police methods and primitive forensic skills dating back to dark ages. remember the bungled hostage taking of the tourist bus? the police exercise became the laughing stock of the entire world. blame the supreme court? no. the court doesn't investigate and solve crimes. blame the prosecutor? possibly. if the evidence was weak, at the outset they should have thrown out the case earlier, instead of being pressured to issue indictments and ask the law enforcer to go deeper in its investigation. the court alone is not the entire justice system. courts are impervious to popular public opinion for public opinion has never been the basis of court decisions.

I need more comments to this current event for a holistic view.

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