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There are two major problems with this case. One is an accused who is of such bad character that you’d want to convict him just because. Two is a lawyer who doesn’t know what he’s doing. “What the jury didn’t hear, however, was the tongue-lashing which the judge delivered to Thakore in their absence over the content of his submissions, an error-riddled alternate narrative that misrepresented evidence and misquoted testimony. At one point, the blundering Thakore even referred to his client as Mr. Lorazepam, a most unfortunate misspeak.” I see an appeal coming.

Judge points ex-pastor’s jury in murder trial to evidence, not morals: DiManno | Toronto Star.

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