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Or lobby for juridical reform that rethinks the wide latitude cops are given under law to use deadly force.
Border videos can also be used as evidence in immigration trials—another legal showcase where the juridical definition of truth is key.
The cultural and juridical shift towards believing rather than shaming victims, as well as a transferral of stigmatisation from victim to perpetrator, hasn’t come from our proximity to capacious digital memory.
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