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Justice is blind It cannot see the truth The truth that I am innocent Wrongly accused of a callous murder There I stood in the middle of a courtroom surrounded by strangers Strangers who are just about to decide whether I am worthy of a descent life or not Thoughts were racing through my head What would my family think What would become of my children What is going to happen to me The courtroom stood with perfect synchronicity signalling the entrance of the judge and jurors The air was full of tension as the crowd sat down anticipating the outcome with unsure faces I was unsure of what the next moments held for me The case had been close the main evidence against me was a smeared fingerprint found on a gun just outside the house with blood of the victim on it The only problem with the fingerprint was that it wasnt mine But it was one experts opinion that the print was mine and that I was a liar and a murderer The judge stood up raising his hefty frame out of his throne He was a large man with glasses and a stressed out face which had taken a battering from being in an emotionally draining position for a number of years He cleared his throat silencing the whispers from the crowd Has the jury come to a decision He asked Yes your honour replied one of the jurors Read the verdict My moment of truth had arrived I knew I was innocent but did anyone else The jury finds the defendant guilty on the charge of murder I was horrified So horrified that I just stood there staring at the ground The chill of the handcuffs being attached to my wrists sending goose bumps down my spine A feeling I would have to get to know well in the coming years I was now regarded by people as
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