From: Lawrence DeBivort (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun 16 Mar 2003 - 12:27:24 GMT
Good morning, kenneth,
Do you have any examples of this happening in US courts?
> Already, in the US people were released due to the fact that their lawyers
> could show to the court that a " pathomeme" invaded their client 's mind_
I would not consider braindamage to be a 'pathomeme'
> that is to say that in those cases the client's mind wasn 't working
> due to some extend braindamage by which their behavior and responsibility
> was dismished. ( If I recall, in a case of rape_ if the guy '
> heard ' voices
> or not saying that he ought to get one laid I can 't say, but he walks the
> streets again).
> A good defense or not, the use of the memetc jargon could play tricks
> in any courtroom ! What a way to propagate yourself....
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