Tag: criminal justice
Justice? Just Kidding!
It happens so often these days that it almost passes without notice: A young defendant, accused of some awful crime, is “charged as an adult.” Such is the case of 14-year-old Philip Chism of Andover, Massachusetts. The Danvers High School student, prosecutors allege, followed 24-year-old math teacher Colleen Ritzer into a bathroom, punched her in…
A Vontade Do Povo Não Significa Nada Para Os Combatentes Contra Drogas
No Tao Te Ching, o sábio chinês Lao Tzu escreve: “Quanto mais leis são promulgadas, mais assaltantes e ladrões há.”
The Will Of The People Doesn’t Mean Jack To Drug Warriors
Hummels: Today’s political class views federalism as archaic.
US Attorney files dismissal of Swartz’s case, refuses to comment on his death
In final, unbelievable act, the state dropped its case against Aaron Swartz – but refuses to comment on his death.
Dan D’Amico on Racial Inequality in the Prison System
Dan D’Amico presents a concise explanation of the structural racism in the state’s “justice” system.
Rapists on Patrol
Goodman: “Serve and protect?” Not so much.
Government Tampers with Juries and Tramples Justice
Darian Worden on charges against pamphleteer Julian Heicklen.
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