Incontrovertable Proof of Malice

You should read this:

When P(x) implies Q(x) and ~P(x) implies ~Q(x) this automatically results in a double implication [i.e. P(x) iff Q(x)].

So if there was no crime for ~Q(x) [not Q(x)…”the baby lived”], then no criminal activity took place during the hypothesis [pregnant, living at home, etc]. This means premeditation of a crime could not occur because no arduous activity or action was instigated to bring about a criminal result.

However by exercising undue exacerbation over the circumstances the DA has interjected his own agenda and stripped away constitutional rights of citizens.

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