Singing Loudly: American Criminal Justice: Who do we serve

Singing Loudly

Thursday, November 25, 2004

American Criminal Justice: Who do we serve

America has a wonderful system where a poor black man who claims malicious prosecution

serves many years until the exculpatory evidence, often being concealed by a white prosecutor, finally demonstrates his innocence.

Whereas, the rich white man who cries "malicious prosecution"

gets to avoid prosecution from the supposed malicious prosecutor in the first place with the help of a few of his other rich white friends.

What is the common link between the two? Society gets fucked once again because of people in power.


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