Date: Jan 1, 1995 12:30 AM
Author: Domenico Rosa
Subject: "reasonable probability"

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Legal sophistry is truly amazing, especially the use of the phrase
"reasonable probability." This case has absolutely nothing to do with
statistics or with probability. It is a simple case of arithmetic--look
at the undervote ballots. If this is not done by Florida officials, it
will be done by the media under the FOI law. Unless these ballots are
destroyed, we will know the true results. It's only a matter of time.

Dom Rosa

< (Dr. Jai Maharaj)>
wrote in message news://
> Judge Sauls' Decision
> In this case, there is no credible statistical evidence
> and no other competent substantial evidence to establish
> by a preponderance a reasonable probability that the
> results of the statewide election in the state of Florida
> would be different from the result which has been
> certified by the state elections canvassing commission.

So a recount of thousands of machine-rejected ballots in a predominantly
Democrat county wouldn't give a reasonable probability of overturning
the Bush lead of a few hundred votes? What ****** rubbish!

Richard J.