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Government Prosecutors Are Being Exposed as Corrupt



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Government Prosecutors Are Being Exposed as Corrupt

Post by Lobo on Sat 03 Oct 2015, 3:23 pm

Government Prosecutors Are Being Exposed as Corrupt

Posted on October 3, 2015  by  Martin Armstrong

The one thing that MUST change is the person who holds the power to prosecute. There will never be any justice as long as government retains that power. Why? They never prosecute their own and this allows politicians to write laws that exempt themselves from prosecution. Since government prosecutors are part of the bureaucracy, they will never provide the check and balance against corruption. People are starting to notice this problem, which is a reminder that this is the peak in government confidence. The New York Times, which hid from the truth in my case, ran an opinion: “Dishonest Prosecutors, Lots of Them”. It has been a long-time coming.
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