Nov

11

An article excerpt is talking about the lawyers' argument on an unsolved persons case. I find it interesting from a position of how to quantify a tradeable market.

"Mr Evenden admitted police had uncovered some inconsistencies in the evidence, but he told the Deputy State Coroner Sharon Freund this was not enough to prove the family was involved in a ''cover-up''.

''Some of them provide a basis for suspicion - but even if one put them all together, they don't raise that suspicion above speculation,'' Mr Evenden said.

I'm wondering, what allows suspicion to be raised above speculation and beyond reasonable doubt?


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