Thursday, November 29, 2007

Strong Presumption of Guilt

Bob Mattes nails it again right here. And if I’m a member of LAP or, more particularly, if I’m Steven Machen Wilkins, then I wet my pants with thanksgiving to God that the PCA does not have the authority to accord a strong presumption of guilt pursuant to the terms of this principle: “Keeping company with known offenders at the time of the offense, and more generally associating with those of scandalous reputation, was also an appropriate cause of suspicion.”

Thank you.