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Comment by Ed Price
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It’s all about company profits. Did he hurt anyone? If he stands as a man, not represented, according to both NZ and US law, he has the right to face his accuser. If his accuser on the indictments isn’t a man, there is nobody to take the oath/affirmation, get on the stand, show harm or damage, and testify that K.C was the one who did the harm or damage. On the other hand, if he is represented rather than being present (as in an attorney representing him), he loses his rights as a man. The attorney takes over. There is no requirement for a man/woman accuser to take the oath and get on the stand. So, it’s all about freedom to be a man/woman in court, and the man/woman who was hurt getting on the stand, so that company profits can rule the land.

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