by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist
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You know how we always hear news people describe someone as the alleged or suspected killer, not just a killer who murdered X number of people, or whatever.
It’s because there is supposed to be an assumption of innocent, lacking any evidence and due process.
Well, in Iceland, a murder on a massive scale took place and the funeral service was just held recently. The service was held for the victim, “the once huge Okjokull (OK) glacier.” The glacier perished some five years ago, in 2014, yet it’s taken all this time to decide to hold a funeral? Better late than never, I guess. As the old saying goes: It ain’t getting any deader!
I’d like to say, after all this time, a suspect is in custody. But no one is using the term suspect. Rather, the environmentalists and virtue signaling hangers-on that attended the service know full well who perpetrated this act. They aren’t using the terms suspected or alleged. Oh no – the perp has been tried and convicted in the world environmental court.