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- Sep 22, 2014
so if there is a bottle that is filled to 50 percent of its capacity.
One person says its half full
The other says its half empty
Who is saying the truth?
Neither. They are offering an opinion of their assessment of the contents of the bottle. "Truth" would be measured in ounces. Some people are better at estimating than others and as Issac implied, how they "feel" about what they see is reflected in what they said. That is how opinions work. That's mine, and I'm stickin' to itWho is saying the truth?
truth is opinion based on information(i.e accurate information)If all we have is opinions, is truth even knowable?
The statement above is extremely incredulous. If the charges were dropped, it seems they can be re-imposed without prejudice. Two factors play into this. First, this is not an attempt to recharge a person after that person was found "not guilty", which would be a violation of the Constitution. Second, the initial prosecutor (Kim Foxx) was unjustifiably attempting to drop the criminal charges against Smollett. Based on those factors, Smollett's release would be inappropriate based on those reasons. Of course he has the right of appeal."Uche criticized the special prosecutor’s decision to charge Smollett a second time after the initial charges were dropped by Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx and Smollett paid a fine. "It is unconstitutional to charge someone twice," Uche said, explaining that Smollett had initially paid a $10,000 fine and did community service."