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From the Reuters article:

Even if the smirk encounter did occur, Samour wrote, it was "ambiguous ... (with) no communicative value and must be treated as silence."

Separately, Samour ruled that a search of Holmes's wallet, which defense lawyers also sought to suppress, was lawful.

I believe the Judge did the Prosecution of this murderer a Favor. This leaves ~less~ room for appeal.

Give the Judge some understanding here, regardless of the ~Concept~ of "Blind Justice" this Judge, as all of us do, knows the person is guilty.

The Judges JOB, is (to) make it fail safe as possible, I know that redefines the typical definition, but it is still true to that concept: Blind Justice.

In 1950 Pennies, my Two Cents is worth a Nickle, today.... philip
 

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