So if an individual whispers to a flight attendant while flying from Las Vegas to La.<quoted text>
Please acquaint yourself with this word: hearsay
Then see what the US judicial system has to say about it.
Hmm.. On second thought I'll save you the trouble since you're too lazy to go to any website anyway!
Generally, an out-of-court statement is hearsay if the parties care about whether or not the statement is true. For the purposes of the rule, it does not matter whether the statement was oral or written. Generally speaking, hearsay cannot be used as evidence at trial.
For example, suppose that a witness stopped at the scene of a car crash. At the crash site, an injured driver stumbled up to her and said "Martians caused the accident!" Because of the hearsay rule, the statement cannot be used as evidence that Martians caused the accident. It could, however, be used as evidence that the injured driver was capable of speech after the crash. The rule would also bar the testimony if the injured driver scribbled his message on a scrap of paper and handed it to the witness.
Try harder, JC "has your back"
Theres a bomb on this plane, and Im going to blow this mother f**ker up, no sh**.
That individual would not be prosecuted because its a,he said she said thing which is hearsay?[laughing]
Now wheres that other bin of read beads? Oh, there it is.
Let me vote again scientifically speaking.[dumping read beads on table].