Originally posted by twhitehead
It would appear that in some states it is illegal to record a conversation without the consent of both parties, and illegal recordings are not admissible as evidence.
As per usual, you're full of that stuff which issues from the anus of every living thing in possession of the same.
Are the things executed
in private immune from prosecution?
When two people are cut off from all others, are all bets off, every man or woman for themselves?
Every child on their own?
Your slivering and delicate slicing of nuance and meaning deserve little more than a punch to your delicate throat.
Sometimes, hard to believe, but sometimes, some actions on the part of one party, regardless of the reprehensible nature of the same, are beyond the scope or power of prosecution... simply because it's the word of a powerless child/woman/person
against someone otherwise unencumbered.
The powerless had but one recourse: somehow have their tormentor say the words, speak what had been unspoken.
For many such victims, that closure speaks stronger, more true than any possible verdict.
They just want their abusers to say
, admit what they did.