I just have refuted it because it is *not* evidence, it *is* simply supposition and innuendo."
> PROVE IT. It sure looks like evidence.
> No, it's an official police report that you can't refute, so you discount it. Sorry, that's evidence whether you like it or not.
No, dharbee, it is a quote that says "The Italian investigators say the material includes footage of children dying during abuse. Prosecutors in Naples are considering charging those who have bought the videos with complicity in murder. They say some may have specifically requested films of killings."
Note that they *say* the material includes... prosecutors are *considering*... "they *say* some may..."
All of this is, at best, anecdotal and not proof at all. It is most certainly not an "official Police report".
Now if you can show me reports from the Italian Courts (or, indeed, any other courts) of any actual charges being laid or prosecutions being brought or, even better, *convictions* then your claims may have some merit.
Until then, however, they are still nothing more than supposition and innuendo.
And, again, I remind you of the Burden of Proof. It is *YOUR* assertion that snuff movies exist. I have to prove nothing. I certainly don't have to prove that he did not sell any, you only want to try to force me to do that because of the weakness of your arguments.
Your "declaring victory" and resorting to personal attacks in this and other threads simply confirms this.
(And, just for clarity, I'm not going to keep dealing with this in multiple threads, so I've included all my answers in this one. This is not "stifling debate", this is just to save me wasting my time.