A Research Guide for Students by I Lee

Autobiography of Carl Kaas

A Member of the Dutch Underground in World War II

Chapter 91: Reflection

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What a different world we live in now. It is now 1994. It seems a life is the most precious thing in the world nowadays. It goes too far in my opinion. It becomes laughable. Common sense is totally gone.

I am referring to the murder trial of Paul Bernardo. It is proven he tortured two girls, on two separate occasions, then killed them. His newly wedded wife seems to have been an accomplice. She confessed and got twelve years. He plays innocent, he gets lawyers to defend him - if he cannot pay for it, the taxpayers will. This goes on for years and costs millions.

Where is justice? Did those girls get any help to defend themselves? In the U.S., there is a court case going on. Defendant O.J. Simpson, a famous football player and rich, is accused of murdering his estranged wife and her boyfriend. It also takes years to come to trial and costs millions.

Is this common sense? I believe there is something radically wrong with God's children.


Related resources:

Paul Bernardo from Wikipedia.

O. J. Simpson murder case from Wikipedia.

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