Re: Communicating covertly using remailers
- From: Paul Rubin <no.email@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 06 Jun 2011 22:04:03 -0700
Fritz Wuehler <fritz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Any evidence is purely circumstantial.
Do you know what that term even means? From
Circumstantial evidence allows a trier of fact to deduce a fact
exists. In criminal law, the inference is made by the trier of
facts in order to support the truth of assertion (of guilt or
absence of guilt). ... Circumstantial evidence is used in civil
courts to establish or refute liability. It is usually the most
common form of evidence, for example in product liability cases and
road traffic accidents.
A popular misconception is that circumstantial evidence is less
valid or less important than direct evidence. This is only partly
true: direct evidence is popularly, but mistakenly, considered more
powerful. Many successful criminal prosecutions rely largely or
entirely on circumstantial evidence, and civil charges are
frequently based on circumstantial or indirect evidence.
That doesn't sound like something you want software to create.
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