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Old June 11, 2009, 01:32 PM   #43
Crosshair
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Join Date: December 16, 2004
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After reading most of the stuff from the links posted, I have this to say:

Reasonable doubt. One event with two possible explanations, neither one can be fully ruled out.

For other things

Does anyone HONESTLY expect someone to remember things 100% how they happened in such a fast, dynamic, and traumatic event? That would seem really suspicious to me .

When I hit a deer last year, the dents on my car, position of my car, and position of the deer did not match the memories I have of the event and the description of the event I gave. I remember the deer going under the car when I hit it, but the damage to the car clearly shows that the deer went onto the hood and over the car.

Stuff happens, memories get garbled. Just because someones memory aint the best doesn't mean he is lying.
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