Spens


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Spens

(spents),
Thomas, Scottish physician, 1764-1842. See: Spens syndrome.
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Mr Spens stressed the nine women and three men of the jury must assess evidence "coolly, calmly and dispassionately".
On day 19 of the trial, Mr Spens claimed there was no evidence Jennifer had been sexually assaulted, noting Black was known for molesting young girls he had taken.
But Mr Spens said there was not one piece of evidence that stated definitively that he was in the region.
Mr Spens added this evidence was supposed to establish if Black had the opportunity to commit the crime and was therefore absolutely fundamental.
Mr Spens said Black had an expressed preference for girls in skirts.
Last night, Spens said: "While it is highly regrettable that a small minority of pupils have shown very poor judgment, their actions must not be allowed to detract from the highly laudable achievements of the school as a whole.
In Michigan the operator has advised that the permit to drill the Spens No.