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Old 02-05-2013, 13:27
FM Lover
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I don't see conscience playing any part in his change of stance, more overwhelming and damning testimony which left him with no choice but to do, as FM Lover suggests below, in a last ditch bid to try and 'minimise' his disgrace.
His lawyer would have known the extent of the evidence, it's a well known fact that if you put your hands up, show you are sorry (even if you aren't or have nothing to be sorry for) and hope the Courts are lenient. If the evidence is compelling and looking like a guilty verdict in front of a jury then it's better to plead guilty from the off, whether you are or not.
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