Libby Juror Note, Part 2: Late Night Tea Leaves
We would like clarification of the term "reasonable doubt." Specifically, is it necessary for the Government to present evidence that it is not humanly possible for someone not to recall an event in order to find guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
Where would a juror get the idea that the Government had to produce evidence that it was not humanly possible for Libby to have forgotten about an event?
One place is from this section of Ted Wells' closing argument. (From the transcript -- no link, sorry, but it is official.)
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