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If the American jury thinks O'Dwyer's or Dotcom's likely sentence is excessive, it can acquit the defendant regardless of the "law" and the facts, and the acquittal is binding. It's called "jury nullification". But the jurors won't be told this in court. They'll need to hear about it from elsewhere. Spread the word!

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