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Corruption And Loopholes In The American Justice System Empowering Criminals To Further Victimize Victims (Brock Turner)
Criminals Arrogantly Fighting Victims In Court
There Is A Serious Problem With The U.S. Justice System When The Government Starts Treating Victims Like Criminals And Criminals Like Victims
June 12. 2016
The justice system is supposed to be fair and equitable. However, the Brock Turner rape case has revealed it is anything but that, confirming what the Judiciary Report has been stating for years about the U.S. justice system. Judge Aaron Persky, an alumni of Stanford University, gave one of its current students, Brock Turner, 6-months in jail, as opposed to the required 6-years in prison for a vicious 3-count rape that left a victim with terrible emotional, mental and physical damage.
The case has sparked outrage in America, as millions of citizens demand Persky be removed. Persky is the most hated judge in America and considering all the corruption currently in the justice system, that is no small feat. The case needs to be revisited/reopened, as in cases where it is discovered a judge, prosecutor, FBI or police acted illegally or improperly against a party in the case.
A segment of the victim's statement on the Turner rape, once again unmasks the corruption in the justice system and how criminals are using loopholes and other disgraceful tactics to get out of the consequences of their crimes. The victim stated, "I thought there’s no way this is going to trial; there were witnesses, there was dirt in my body, he ran but was caught. He’s going to settle, formally apologize, and we will both move on. Instead, I was told he hired a powerful attorney, expert witnesses, private investigators who were going to try and find details about my personal life to use against me, find loopholes in my story to invalidate me and my sister, in order to show that this sexual assault was in fact a misunderstanding."
Lawyers are engaging in criminal behavior with judges in a number of cases, such as issuing cash or stock bribes to derail cases on behalf of their lawbreaking clients. Where cases appear open and shut, due to the seriousness of the crimes and evidence present, they are not airtight in the current corrupt atmosphere in the U.S. justice system. Even the Supreme Court is taking bribes "The Associated Press Accuses U.S. Supreme Court Judges Of Taking Stocks As Bribes And They're Right." It's not a good look. The America and world are watching the corruption in the U.S. justice system with contempt and disgust.
Even websites like TMZ brag about celebrities and the rich questionably squirming out of the consequences of criminal behavior and corruptly getting valid cases against them tossed. It's not something to brag about. It is disgraceful what they are doing, as it is painting a terrible picture in the eyes of the nation and the world of how corrupt and buyable the U.S. justice system has become. It's a black eye.
The U.S. justice system needs to be cleaned up lest it takes the whole country down over the misconduct of rich criminals, who aren't even 2% of the population and could not survive without the rest of America. After all, without the middle class and lower income people, who would work for and buy the products of America's wealthiest 2 percent.
The wealthiest 2 percent ripping off, defrauding and abusing the middle class and the poor in America is not in the nation's best interest, as it is morally wrong, cruel and destroying the backbone of the country. America never used to be like this. However, over the past 15-years, as the phrase goes, "The inmates have been running the asylum." Highly questionably people have been installed in the government and justice system to America's detriment. It used to be the cream rises to the top. However, with all the corruption, bribery and nepotism, the crap has risen to the top and no society in world history has sustained itself under those conditions and did not catastrophically fall (for further reference, see the fall of Rome).
I read world news articles, medical and science journals and legal documents 6-days a week. I can state without fear of contradiction, the U.S. justice system has become the most corrupt in the world. The stories of corruption coming out of justice system and government in America are the most severe and astonishing in the world. It's gone too far.
The government needs to clean up the corruption. You are destroying America. There's a crude reference online that the wealthy in America engaging in egregious abuses against the middle class and the poor need to think about as they recklessly destroy the nation's future, "Don't s**t where you eat."
Here Is The Powerful Letter The Stanford Victim Read Aloud To Her Attacker
Jun. 3, 2016, at 4:17 p.m. - A former Stanford swimmer who sexually assaulted an unconscious woman was sentenced to six months in jail because a longer sentence would have “a severe impact on him,” according to a judge. At his sentencing Thursday, his victim read him a letter describing the “severe impact” the assault had on her.
I thought there’s no way this is going to trial; there were witnesses, there was dirt in my body, he ran but was caught. He’s going to settle, formally apologize, and we will both move on. Instead, I was told he hired a powerful attorney, expert witnesses, private investigators who were going to try and find details about my personal life to use against me, find loopholes in my story to invalidate me and my sister, in order to show that this sexual assault was in fact a misunderstanding. That he was going to go to any length to convince the world he had simply been confused.
I was not only told that I was assaulted, I was told that because I couldn’t remember, I technically could not prove it was unwanted. And that distorted me, damaged me, almost broke me. It is the saddest type of confusion to be told I was assaulted and nearly raped, blatantly out in the open, but we don’t know if it counts as assault yet. I had to fight for an entire year to make it clear that there was something wrong with this situation.
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