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How Ordinary People Can Perform Unthinkable Acts
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Publisher:  Amazon.com ISBN-10:  BOOOPAU32U

Copyright:  April 2007

After serving on the jury in my hometown for a meth case, I had so many unanswered questions. We had agreed the defendant committed two crimes. The evidence was solid, so why, weeks later, was I tossing and turning at night?

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Allyn Evans Speaks About How Ordinary People Can Perform Unthinkable Acts:
After serving on the jury in my hometown for a meth case, I had so many unanswered questions. We had agreed the defendant committed two crimes. The evidence was solid, so why, weeks later, was I tossing and turning at night?

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Though we had followed the recommendation of the D. A., we, the jury, had been unjust. I needed to understand how twelve intelligent people could be led so harshly astray. The answer I found reflects a much larger picture of a very human and often disastrous need to accommodate authority.

 



 

 
 





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