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And in Illinois, their prosecutors are good enough to convict people of rape despite (a) the semen taken from the victim not matching the defendant’s DNA, (b) the defendant’s probation anklet indicating that he was in his house at the time of the crime.
I’m confused about these cases that seem so absurd to an outside observer but
nevertheless result in a jury convicting the accused.