2 thoughts on “Are Prosecutors Above the Law?

  • May 30, 2015 at 7:09 pm

    Yes indeed.

    There IS something wrong when prosecutors are rarely held accountable for crimes against the public. “Rarely” generally means NEVER.

    A Federal Court went on both transcript and video record recently in which the Judge stated that “prosecutorial misconduct is rampant in California.” He stated that during a hearing in which an inmate was being discussed who had been convicted by a prosecutor who later was confirmed to have been a liar in the case. Yet the prosecutor, despite felony perjury, was allowed to retire… with his cozy government pension…. allowed to keep his law license… and was NOT prosecuted. The case in point was from the Riverside, California, District Attorney’s Office.

    Yet the government criminals escape being prosecuted themselves.

    The justice system is a farce.

    • November 3, 2015 at 2:03 pm

      Jason. Sorry for not replying. Really, I wasn’t ignoring you and was very busty with the next release, and didn’t have the comment thing figured out (still don’t).

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