Code of Conduct at events
Joshua D. Drake
jd at commandprompt.com
Thu Nov 11 23:56:25 UTC 2010
On Fri, 2010-11-12 at 00:19 +0200, Adrian Bunk wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 09:33:23PM +0100, Bernhard R. Link wrote:
> > * Adrian Bunk <bunk at stusta.de> [101111 19:40]:
> > > The level of proof required at court is not that extremely high, and
> > > if you don't reach that level of proof there's a high probability
> > > that the person is not guilty.
> > Almost every juristdiction has some "without reasonable doubt" in it.
> > Puting people into jail or requesting fines in something serious.
> > Telling someone "Sorry, but after what happened and while the
> > authorities said there is not enough proof, we do not want other
> > attendees having to fear you. Would you mind leaving/not coming?"
> > (and formulating that more decided if not followed voluntary) is
> > something that does not need as much proof.
> I don't like this "we have no proof but think you are guilty" attitude
> that has a high probability of also hitting innocent people.
I think we need to leave this to law enforcement. Period.
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