Keckler, University of New Mexico, finding a clear deterrent in the death penalty for those who murder and do not fear prison. The Case of Illinois," by Dale O. It is found that these actions are coincident with the increased risk of homicide incurred by the residents of Illinois over the 48 month post-event period for which data were available.
The corrupt USA legal system, is a danger to every traveler, visitor, and guest worker from overseas, and to every individual who takes the risky step of entering upon American territory. The reality is that the United States of America has the most dishonest, dangerous and crooked legal system of any developed nation.
Legal corruption is covering America like a blanket.
America has the largest prison gulag in the entire world - The starting point for understanding anything about the USA, is to digest the fact that just this one country, the United States of America, has twenty-five percent of ALL of the prisoners in the entire world.
American "justice" is especially focused on jailing people who US government thinks might organize into opposition to the government.
No one imprisons people as casually as America, tossing innocent people into prison. The USA jailing of more than 2 million people is also a revival of slavery and slave labour.
The expanding system of USA prison slave labour is not only a major source of business profit, but also a wedge to drive down the wages of workers outside the prison walls. This culture of mass prisons and slave labour is sold to US citizens by creating a psychology of fear.
This climate of fear is nourished in the USA by both the media and the government, who work together with the judges and lawyers to maintain the whole crooked game.
The situation is so bad, that a social explosion is beginning inside America. You can read some news stories - about people murdering judges, or attacking the families of judges, or people setting fire to courthouses in the USA - and see the pattern that is emerging, even though the news media are afraid to connect the dots and suggest what might be behind all these events.
American prisons are often horrible, with lots of torment of prisoners, like you would expect in some petty dictatorship. Rape and beatings are common, and there is little help for abused inmates. In addition to the many official USA executions, numerous people are also illegally killed in jail cells, "mysteriously" found hanged or stabbed to death.
American lawyers are directly under the thumb of the judges and the government.
Lawyers, just like any other victim, can be instantly jailed by an American judge on flimsy pretexts, and American lawyers can be quickly stripped of their right to practice law. Lawyers who try to fight the system can find themselves dis-barred, criminally charged and jailed.
That means that any time you hire an American lawyer, he already is in a conflict of interest. He has to make the judge happy first.
And if the judge wants to make the government happy, or make some corporation happy who is paying a big bribe, then guess what? He works for the judge, first and foremost.
People accused of serious crimes have the "right" to a lawyer, but this may only provide a crooked lawyer who is stage-managing the victim to help the government and prosecutors.Event. Date.
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SECTION. 1. All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives. CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS All of us rely on the criminal justice system to keep us access to judicial relief when confinement conditions are not just harsh, but unconstitutionally abusive.
We continue to The United States . CHASKALSON P: The two accused in this matter were convicted in the Witwatersrand Local Division of the Supreme Court on four counts of murder, one count of attempted murder and one count of robbery with aggravating circumstances.
They were sentenced to death on each of the counts of murder and to long terms of imprisonment on the other counts. In China and the United States, torture and police misconduct have contributed to the conviction of innocent persons.
Inadequate legal representation, shoddy police investigations, eyewitness misidentification, racial prejudice, and falsified evidence are additional factors that contribute to wrongful convictions around the world.
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