OJ case is interesting. Gloves with blood. DNA match. A lawyer that usefalse bayesian network to convince jury that he’s innocent. What’s interesting is that most black people believe OJ is innocent and most white belief otherwise.
They see the same evidence. And that’s not all. When we hear cases where some Indonesian got the death penalty in another country, we tend to think they’re innocent too.
We’re not lying. The evidence is a bit ambiguous. We’re biased. It’s just what humans do.
In free market, biases are punished. Make a wrong code and the programs don’t run. In politic, in court, in so many things, biases are NOT punished. The Jury don’t lose anything for being wrong. Kind of scary isn’t it?