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To have the truth in your possession you can be found guilty, sentenced to death
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"To have the truth in your possession you can be found guilty, sentenced to death"

- Peter Tosh

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This quote by Peter Tosh is an effective reminder of the power of reality. It suggests that fact can be an unsafe thing to have, which it can lead to dire repercussions. The quote indicates that if one has the reality in their ownership, they can be condemned and sentenced to death. This might be analyzed as a cautioning to be cautious with the fact, as it can be a powerful weapon that can be utilized against you. It could likewise be analyzed as a reminder of the significance of speaking the fact, even if it may result in unfavorable consequences. The quote is a tip that fact is an effective force, which it needs to be handled with care.

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Peter Tosh This quote is written / told by Peter Tosh between October 19, 1944 and September 11, 1987. He was a famous Musician from Jamaica. The author also have 7 other quotes.

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