Poul-Henning Kamp <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> The third difference is that we only use jurys in murder cases,
> we fully realize the ability of a showman-laywer to sway a jury,
> therefore we don't use them, unless the issue is the gravest
> crime we know off.

That doesn't seem quite valid, it shouldn't be considered a good thing
if a "showman-lawyer" (on either side) is permitted to sway a jury for
a murder-trial.

Of course this is getting off topic, or have there been any
FreeBSD-current related homicides that I haven't heard about?  ;--)
Have there even been any actual trials directly related to FreeBSD?

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