The victim naturally has the public sympathy but the accused normally has the public condemnation.

The accused is not always wrong.

Do not vilify and begrudge the accused until hear their side of the story.

The victim is not always right.

Do not rush to speak for the victim until you hear the other side of the story.

Seek relevant facts, do not just judge out of emotional sympathy, you might be bias to judge wrongly.

God bless and keep you.

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