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They didn't need physical evidence they didn't need DNA.
All they needed was their god given common sense the ability to tell the difference between the truth and a lie.
This week finally.
A verdict in the Drew Peterson murder trial welcome to justice on judge -- -- bureau.
He said he could kill her and make it look like an accident well he was dead wrong.
Justice held his feet to the fire calling out a judge who wanted to settle political score at the expense of a victim.
Wild that didn't happen.
Some even gave us credit.
We don't know there's all got a -- watches fox.
This week twelve people from all walks of life in the small town of Joliet Illinois.
Reaffirmed our faith in the criminal justice system.
A faith shaken by verdicts like Casey Anthony's.
The CSI mentality of television and quick fixes couldn't compare to the centuries old argument.
Of motive means and opportunity.
And in spite of the fractured and Whittle down evidence that jobs -- -- created this jury connected the dots.
And make no mistake.
Evidence is powerful.
It's been used in this country to get convictions for 200 years.
It has no motive to lie no family members know poor eyesight.
No bias and no hostility.
It speaks for itself.
The wheels of justice are not always swift they moved slowly.
They always have.
Sometimes they needed a little greens.
Sometimes a Porsche.
Even a fourth wife.
Go -- missing.
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