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The 'full truth' and 'nothing but the truth' are very different things. amirite?

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Which is why the separate them

And they're stated as such. So what's your point?

Reckon that's why both are specified?

I always thought it was the "whole truth" and "nothing but the truth". But I can't disagree with your statement.

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this is one statement ...it could be simplified by saying "nothing but the full truth"

@unknowncondition there is only one truth … right???

and don't think that going trough the court of law means they found the truth... courts goal is to find the truth and they rarely do so they settle for way less.

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