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Submitted by UV (United States), Dec 30, 2004 at 12:58

Kinda scary that supposedly intelligent people would fall for this "presumed guilty until proven innocent" betrayal of human rights. Maybe you would be better off reading the constitution of the United States!

Similar studies were done where they asked the question:
"If a person was tried for murder and found innocent, then new information was discovered to prove him guilty, should the man go back to trial?"

Again, a majority said yes, though this "double jeopardy" process is specifically forbidden by the US constiturion. Sheesh, get an education!
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