Synopsis

A crime is always an event.

Every event is the result of other events, sometimes having a long and confusing history.

Every event is a cause of something, sometimes having a very long echo.

Every event is happening in a specific place and time.

An event might be spontaneous or planned. But a crime is always a crime.

To balance scales, equal weights are needed.

Everyone has one’s own truth, and this truth is a vision.

Watching does not mean seeing, and listening doesn’t mean hearing.

Thinking does not mean making conclusions.


Objectively and impartially. Only pure facts, without any distortions and from different perspectives.

Jus Talionis