Thu Mar 26, 2020 2:00 pm
But what is "the truth".
I've been involved as what the law calls an "Expert" in various air accident cases. There is never any dispute as to whether there was a crash or not, nor usually who was flying the aeroplane. But, were they in some form negligent - potentially creating a crime, or at-least civil liability, or not - in which case there's no crime, but *may* be still civil liability.
Sexual offence cases, which thankfully I have no experience of, must often be similarly ambiguous, particularly where memories modify themselves with time. There may be no dispute that intercourse took place, but if one remembers it as consensual, and the other as forced - it may be the case that both are, in their own lights, correct.
I am Spartacus, and so is my co-pilot.