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Letter: Trump jury had courage, facts

By George Thomas, VANCOUVER
Published: June 11, 2024, 6:00am

I don’t know if Donald Trump is guilty. I was not at the trial. I did not hear all the evidence. I did not hear what his defense lawyers said. The only ones who know if he is guilty are my 12 fellow Americans with the courage to go and serve at that trial. Lots of people are running around screaming and rejoicing or flying upside-down flags, but they were not there either. They are being led around by their emotions. Very few of us have all the evidence or even a little of it.

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