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The defense was executed by two lawyers - one a strict Protestant fundamentalist, the other a Catholic. Jones points out that this country being intellectually dominated by Protestants and they never integrated faith and reason - you could be Jerry Falwell or Carl Sagan - the Protestant lawyer set out to defend those on trial from a faith perspective while the Catholic, whose tradition is illustrated by the 1998 Encyclical Fides et Ratio (http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/john_paul_ii/encyclicals/documents/hf_jp-ii_enc_15101998_fides-et-ratio_en.html) illustrates the long held teaching of the Catholic church. The Catholic lawyer presented the necessity defense to the jury, who received it but guiltily (they returned to the courtroom with their eyes down, not looking at the defendants) put it aside and chose conviction. Shame on them. Shame on us or are we no longer shamed? There's the question. Read this and be rightly taught.