Because if the Scots were so confident he was guilty of the offence there'd have been no need to blackmail him into giving up his appeal and no need to start moaning about people hearing what he has to say.
Hands down, you are beyond . . . Ahem. Your logic, sir, is sadly lacking.
_________________________ I always deserve it. Really.
Maybe you didn't understand that his appeal was against conviction not sentence.
You don't know law do you - his conviction was what lead to his sentence - being set free at that time made no sense on appealing his conviction . After all they cannot set him free until the appeal is heard , so he was smart to drop the appeal .
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