Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 10 months ago

Does the United States justice system work?

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  • Anonymous
    10 months ago
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  • Anonymous
    10 months ago

    Of course it does, moron. It works exactly how it was intended.

  • Anonymous
    10 months ago

    Yeah- it works GREAT!*

    *If your cash and/or assets exceed 10 million dollars. Results may vary for those with lesser cash or assets.

  • 10 months ago

    I think Trump is showing that the justice system was prone to corruption at the highest levels. We are only finding out who and how gradually.

    Howie Carr: Mueller’s hands dirty in old FBI frame-up

    Roger Stone keeps talking about Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s reprehensible behavior with the FBI in Boston way back when.

    But I don’t think he or most people understand how bad Mueller’s actions were – “chilling,” is how a Clinton federal judge in 2006 described the former FBI director’s attempts to cover up a massive frame-up by Boston G-men decades earlier.

    For the record, Mueller did not railroad four innocent men into prison – two onto death row – for a Chelsea murder they did not commit back in 1965.

    That frame job was handled by the Boston office of the FBI, where at one point at least six G-men were taking payoffs from organized crime. That information came from serial killer Stevie Flemmi, who last summer admitted in federal court to taking part in 50 murders.

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    Of course, that wasn’t the first time Mueller’s FBI tried to broom the scandal of the four framed men. In 2002, Mueller directed the G-men to oppose state pardons for the four men because the FBI’s own evidence that exonerated them was merely “fodder for cross-examination.”

    Despite the FBI’s knowledge that the men, including Peter Limone, were innocent, Mueller’s FBI claimed to a state board that the incontrovertible exculpatory evidence “does not necessarily mean, however, that Limone or any of the other defendants is innocent – it merely means that they are entitled to a new trial.”

    By the way, one of the innocent men, Louie Greco, was in Florida the night of the murder he was falsely convicted of. One of the crooked Boston FBI agents (who died in prison in Oklahoma while facing murder charges in another gangland hit) later bragged to a local gangster about their brilliant railroad:

    “How does Louie Greco like going from Miami to death row? He wasn’t even there.”

    This is your FBI, the organization that Bob Mueller was – and still is – trying to protect from being exposed as irredeemably corrupt.

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  • It works unless you're a foreigner living in an irrelevant, failed country and have an inferiority complex, rightfully so, about the the U.S.

  • 10 months ago

    No. You need look no further than the recent fiasco in the Senate to see that. On top of that, one person in a hundred is in prison in the USA, an achievement no other country in the world comes close to.

  • 10 months ago

    It’s designed to, but NO. If you have no money, or too much money is doesn’t work. Like taxes, it’s the middle class that bears the brunt.

  • 10 months ago

    It's the best money can buy...

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