The evidence of the federal prosecutor does not necessarily serve justice
Not all grand juries are gullible, but most can be fooled to some degree, especially when these citizens have very little experience or knowledge of the issue or context. Perhaps this is what happens when grand juries ask for indictments so large a percentage of the time that federal prosecutors come to them looking for them. Let’s talk about this a bit, shall we?
There was an interesting YouTube video from the “Fan Dick Morris Channel” titled: “Blockbuster! New Judge May Dismiss A Plea Bargain” which was posted on February 21, 2018. In the show notes, it points to an opinion piece by Dick Morris. published online in the Western States Journal titled: “Dick Morris: Conviction could be dismissed,” also on February 21, 2018. The article reads:
“The US District Judge ordered the prosecution to submit any ‘Brady’ materials (defense evidence) in its possession to the court. In particular, he wanted any Brady materials the prosecution had in its possession during the negotiations leading up to a guilty plea. What makes this order unusual is that it comes after the individual has pleaded guilty and, in the plea agreement, agreed to waive any further discovery of new evidence. Now the The judge’s order vacates the guilty plea and orders evidence to be presented anyway.”
How can this happen? How can we trust the Federal Prosecutors? Is there really justice in America?
My point of view is this, almost all federal prosecutors cheat at sealed arraignment hearings, either in their paperwork or in the case of a grand jury, the grand jury, very rarely are they reprimanded for this. It’s so easy to lie on grades, or get paperwork wrong, and all too common. The private sector is as bad as trial lawyers do little creative writing projects to make whoever they are suing look like the devil reincarnated in the lawsuit and court documents.
Still, when it comes to Federal Prosecutors we must wait, we must not demand more. You see, in the United States, when it comes to the federal government, there is no such thing as justice, it is just an illusion of justice. That’s sad, and it makes me sad to say it, but I think it’s the truth from observation and experience, studies, it’s really too bad. We talk a lot about justice in America, but often we don’t live up to our so-called standards. The closer we get to real justice, the better we will be as a country, society and civilization, and as they say in the media; that’s my opening.