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9/26/2010 7:17:53 PM
The fact that they agree some coaching needs to be done is a huge agreement with thepremise that abuse is common and is occurring across all the DOJ. Two hours a year of coaching is a joke.They need some downside. They need to be prosecuted for breaking the law, they need tolose their jobs, they need to be passed over for promotions, they need to be able to be suedby the victims. None of this is happening so nothing will change until the public is aware of itand they contact congress and their party and tell everyone they know about this abuse.Go to www.ungagged.net to see how bad it is.Since, the Enron people were prosecuted abusively it seems that is OK for most people. Thisis a threat to all citizens. Watch the movies of the NatWest3 or the Broadband guys and seehow bad it is. See the Epilogue if you want to be scared by the abuse of the system. Fivethousand prosecutors are looking for someone to put in prison. They do not want to everylose. They are motivated by winning not by doing Justice.
9/24/2010 6:27:56 PM
What really needs to happen is for someone to look into Eric Holder's time in private sector between administrations. He used his contacts in the doj to go after people that he did notlike. People that were opposing clients he represented as well as those in the opposingpolitical scene. This happened more than once and sooner or later I pray that it will come tolight. The man is beyond evil!
9/23/2010 7:43:48 PM
"The rules now require prosecutors to turn over only evidence that could tip the outcome of atrial;" (the proposed change would require disclosure of all evidence favorable to thedefendant. ") I can't hardly believe this nonsense!!! Up until now it must have been theprosecutors who determined which "evidence would tip the outcome of a trial". How absurd.Isn't it supposed to be the jury's job to sort through the evidence? Why even bother with a jurythen.? I'm certain that prosecutors ingnor exculpitory evedence all the time. The only reasonfor them NOT to turn over evedence is because they think they might lose the case. That's thereal problem with the confrontational "justice" system.
9/23/2010 6:03:54 PM
The tougher rules go into effect immediately for everyone......except for black radical racists standing at polling places with clubs in their hands.
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