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4 "Intent ordinarily may not be proved directly because

5 there is no way to fathom or scrutinize the operation

6 of the human mind. You infer intent from the

7 surrounding circumstances. Intent may be and usually

8 is proved by circumstantial evidence, if proved at

9 all. You may consider any statements made or any acts

10 done or omitted by defendant, and all other facts or

11 circumstances in evidence to indicate the state of

12 mind."

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