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re: Ishrat Jahan was a LeT fidayeen,says Headley -Times of India 05.07.2010Views: 282
Jul 08, 2010 9:13 am re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: Ishrat Jahan was a LeT fidayeen,says Headley -Ti
padmanabhan ramasubban //would you object if the "influence" is used in a legally admissible manner? would that not demonstrate contempt for our strong judicial processes? //

So long you do not get caught all influence can be used including accidentally killing the witness/destroying evidence/bumping of legal counsels.( a lawyer cum goonda was bumped of recently while taking food near a court by his rival as reported in Hindu)

The aggrieved party to cry hoarse for justice and be left out on a limb all because of influence used in a legally admissible manner.

No innocent should be punished by law but if they are aggrieved they can wait for kingdoms to come for justice .

Can a innocent aggrieved be punished by delaying justice while it is well within the legal frame work?

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