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Killing Reaction Cases Evidence Analysis Media Woody

Sorrell's Report Uses Dissembling Language

The Attorney General's report uses language in a highly misleading fashion. Words appear to be carefully chosen to obscure facts from and manipulate from the reader, and only nominally conform to the body of evidence. Woody is painted as an unsympathetic dangerous character needing and wanting to be shot and killed.


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