Murder case from 1968 is thrown out by judge
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#1 Aug 3, 2007
Sounds to me like the prosecutor is wasting a lot of public money so he can write a book in a few years.
Why is he not investigating local religious conversion cults and their unlawful use of 401-c "non-profit" donations for politics?
Those who break the law to avoid paying their "fair share" of taxes are an enemy to law abiding citizens that do!
So are prosecutors who seek fame and fortune railroading people though courts that "Might" be innocent.
"Protecting the innocent" is an American value... not putting someones fake God in government affairs.
What we need is Capital Punishment for government officials who arrest and prosecute the innocent with no regard for their Constitutional Rights.
The man who railroaded the Rutgers Lacross team is a prime example.
#2 Aug 3, 2007
Wow, that makes alot of sense Neko. I was thinking the same thing, minus all of the capital punishment, 401c, and religious cult banter of course.
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