Sunday, February 3, 2013

Reese family travail continues

Snafu keeps gun dealers in jail as attorney urges investigation of prosecutors


Anonymous said...

The "Compliant Canadian" will always out.

Anonymous said...

quote:"“The entire justice system will collapse if the citizens feel the system is rigged and government cheats. "unquote
I'll file that under a massive..DUH!
Of course it's rigged. The AG's are corrupt. P E R I O D

Look at Aaron Swartz's case.
The DOJ redefines unmerciful. He committed suicide. In fact, in this case, the AG, Carmen Ortiz was simply evil.
quote:"From the official statement of Swartz's family:

"Aaron's death is not simply a personal tragedy. It is the product of a criminal justice system rife with intimidation and prosecutorial overreach. Decisions made by officials in the Massachusetts US Attorney's office and at MIT contributed to his death. The US Attorney's office pursued an exceptionally harsh array of charges, carrying potentially over 30 years in prison, to punish an alleged crime that had no victims. Meanwhile, unlike JSTOR, MIT refused to stand up for Aaron and its own community's most cherished principles."

However, even Congress is seeing the pattern now. Like the prosecution of John Kiriakou, Thomas Drake, and many many other whistle blowers and others the Obomination administration has ruthlessly prosecuted.

There is now a movement to have these AG's investigated. I can only hope that at least ONE ends up like the people they prosecute.

SWIFT said...

Rick and Ryin Reese are led shackled into the courtroom, while the real criminals, ATF and U.S.Attorneys, walk our streets free.(And armed.) I have a friend who was arrested a few years ago for transporting destructive devices. The ATF did not want to go to his home, located in a rural woods, so the Sheriff calls him up and asked him to turn himself in, which he did. The Sheriff puts him in a room at the courthouse to await the ATF. Then the door flys open and six Drama Queens of the ATF charge into the room, all pointing guns at his head and screaming like adolescent girls at a sleep over. After he is cuffed, the drama queens actually stood around for a few minutes giving each other high-fives. Much later, I attended a court hearing for my friend. He shuffled into the courtroom handcuffed, chains round his ankles and a chain running from his ankles to his cuffs, escorted by at least two ATF agents. Already in the courtroom, seated in back, were at least six more ATF agents and one man I believe I recognized as being FBI. I believe I know how Rick and Ryin Reese must feel, in their court appearances. After the spectacle at the Sheriff's Office and what I saw in court, I made up my mind I'd never surrender to drama queens, even if I were guilty of something. Reading about the corruption in the Reese's case, just fortifies my earlier determination. Let them high-five that!