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O Anna Niemus


Jury Selection


It is unconstitutional to eliminate someone from a jury
because his or her religion (indeed all religions) teaches
that it is wrong to kill.

For over two centuries, such a question has eliminated
the merciful from juries.

Only those who will kill or those who lie about their beliefs
are left.

God ban prosecutors from asking this bloodthirsty question

Submitted: Thursday, June 05, 2008

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