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Simcha Fisher on the Weirdness at Sick Pilgrim

Simcha Fisher on the Weirdness at Sick Pilgrim November 18, 2017

She does, I think, a very thorough job.

As is my custom, when multiple women with nothing to gain and no axe to grind come forward, my assumption is to believe them for the same reason I believe multiple independent witnesses to a bank robbery: because it’s common sense.

Simcha gives plenty of room for the perp to give his side of things, which upsets some people. I think that’s like complaining Herman Wouk gave Queeg too much space for his Strawberry Speech in The Caine Mutiny. It’s precisely the point. The more the guy talks, the more I believe his victims.

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