eftda wrote:Why does what I believe matter? remember this is IMO.
If people say you kill puppies, and you say you dont, then I would still belive you.
OK, I hear you. But here's the thing. Your logic is completely faulty. Now, if you want to think illogical things to keep your image of Bonds, fine.
But hear me out.
You don't like that the evidence is "stolen." This is important. It means you believe that the evidence is real (thus, stolen), but refuse to believe it. It's not like you think the evidence is fake--a possible, although I'd say it's an unlikely, scenario.
So to you, the evidence is real, but you ignore it because you didn't see Bonds say it personally.
This creates many problems--but you may be ok with them. For example. OJ said he didn't do it, but all evidence I've seen is overwhelming. But he said he didn't do it. Do you believe him?
Edit: As Lo points out, statements under oath carry a lot more weight than a regular old statement. You seem to trust the latter more.
I'm back. Sorta.
Do not boo Johnny.