The LIARS in charge of our legal system

licensedtolieWhen Washington overlords (federal prosecutors) break rules, wreck lives

http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2014/10/22/when-washington-overlords-federal-prosecutors-break-rules-wreck-lives/

http://licensedtolie.com/

A group of Washington overlords — federal prosecutors — sometimes break rules and wreck people’s lives.

President Obama may soon appoint one of them to be America’s next attorney general.

Was Shakespeare right ?

All:
God save your majesty!

Cade:
I thank you, good people—there shall be no money; all shall eat
and drink on my score, and I will apparel them all in one livery,
that they may agree like brothers, and worship me their lord.

Dick:
The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.

Cade:
Nay, that I mean to do.

Henry The Sixth, Part 2 Act 4, scene 2, 71–78

This Stossel segment that was on Fox Business last night… explains a lot of what we have to deal with as individuals within our society..  I don’t have the schedule but Stossel’s shows usually repeat over the weekend on either Foxnews or Foxbusiness.  IMO.. definitely worth the watch..  You will go away from the show.. wondering .. how do we deal with this.. since all of these lying attorneys are NOT ELECTED Federal bureaucrats…

 

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  1. This is the kind of stuff you’d expect to have seen 50-60 years ago, not in 2014…absolutely ridiculous!!!!! Any info if anyone has callenged this and won and gotten the garbage stopped?

  2. Thanks for posting about this book. I hope many citizens read it. I am still shocked that when the topic of corruption and deceit are brought up how many people just refuse to believe it. As far as citizens being indicted? A good percentage of Americans, just watch any show like Nancy Grace on CNN (if you can stomach it), believe that if the government charges someone then they must be guilty or involved in some way. The accused are lambasted by the media and call-in ‘experts’ before the accused has even received an assigned court date. And we are supposed to believe that defendants (pain management doctors included) are supposed to receive a fair jury trial like minded fellow citizens as jurors?

    While the author may have the Federal Government in her sights, the bravado has filtered its way down to the state and county level. The example I posted here is about a very peculiar case in many different respects.

    HIGHWAY PATROL OFFICERS SERVE AS PROSECUTORS IN S. CAROLINA

    In some jurisdictions in South Carolina, Highway Patrol officers are expected to
    prosecute their own cases (most involving minor traffic violations).

    From the following link: http://www.trialtheory.com/police-misconduct/highway-patrol-threatens-jail-time-for-traffic-violations/

    “It varies around the state, but in Horry County officers have to prosecute their own cases unless it is a CDV or DUI (the solicitor’s office has two prosecutors assigned to magistrate court to prosecute CDV and DUI cases). Although they are permitted to prosecute their own cases, police officers are not lawyers and don’t have the training required to try a case or, apparently for some, to deal with a simple jury trial request……”

    The following letter was sent by Trooper D.P. Boulware in a case involving reckless driving. Other letters were found with the same threats, many for minor traffic violations which in no way could ever lead to serving ANY time in jail.

    Trooper Boulware:
    “Please advise your client that he has until the 16th of March to enter a guilty plea to the pending charge. If there is no plea entered by this date, I will request jail time in lieu of a fine. Even if a guilty plea is entered after this date I will still request from Judge Grayson that your client spend time in jail as opposed to a fine. This is a case of your client wasting the time of both myself and the court presiding. I would never oppose anyone who questions their guilt requesting the verdict of a jury. However, this is an obvious attempt by your client to avoid responsibility for an offense of which he knows he is guilty. A copy of this letter will be on file with the presiding court.”

    That a officer from the State Highway Patrol would be so brazen as to commit these threats to paper speaks volumes. I couldn’t ascertain what was done as far as disciplining or firing the officer in this case BUT in many incidents of police or prosecutorial misconduct, the court declines to prosecute the case.

    -Also imagine the court time that is going to be used up by those citizens who, rightfully so, wish to contest past pleas as occurring under undue duress.
    Simply mind blowing.

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