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Fallacy and Justification

Summary: 12 Angry Men: A portrait of a jury...
You can't refute facts - The facts conveniently allowed themselves to be demolished with all of the evidence found to contain flaws. (Explanation)... They reached a consensus based on a combination of the facts and their own personal baggage. We saw here that prejudice obscured truth and made what they thought were facts become opinions.

"It's not possible for the woman (testifier) to make a mistake" (According to Juror #3) - Everyone can be wrong; the only requirement to be right is that one should be flexible enough to acknowledge this possibility.

Deciding matters of life and death is not a game - This was contradicted by the other jurors' actions especially that of Juror # 7's when he said discussing the case was just a waste of time knowing all the facts pointed that the accused was guilty because he wanted to watch the Yankees play. He even...

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