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That civil forfeiture is important in stopping crime

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Unfortunately, neither contestants were actually able to carry out the debate. If anybody would like to debate this topic with me, then you are always allowed to contact me.
Posted 2017-05-09 03:44:25
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2017-05-09 03:43:16
sir king debateJudge: sir king debate
Win awarded to: ManateeInferno
For moral reasons, the Negation must win this debate. The morality behind my vote is that the Affirmative was unable to actually BEGIN the debate, which becomes morally incorrect. If one chooses to participate in a debate, then the Affirmative burden is to actually present the first argument and introduce us to the debate. Regardless of the fact that both sides did not debate, there can be excuse to why the Negation forfeited and that is because the Affirmation never started the debate.
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2017-05-12 22:58:49
adminJudge: admin    TOP JUDGE
Win awarded to: ManateeInferno
2017-05-15 01:33:31
AlecHolbeckJudge: AlecHolbeck
Win awarded to: ManateeInferno

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