Both of you are out of bounds. First, let's see the evidence. Then let's go to trial and see if we can get a conviction. Lastly, after we get a conviction, let's insist on the stiffest penalty possible. Deuteronomy 19 has several verses that address this matter. Verse 11, "But if anyone hates his neighbor and springs out of hiding and kills him, and then flees to one of the Cities of Refuge, the elders of his home town shall bring him home and deliver him over to the dead man's avenger. to kill him. Don't pity him! Purge all murderers from Israel! Only then will all go well with you." And consider verse 15: "Never convict any one on the testimony of one witness. There must be at least two, and three is even better."
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