More Tales from Amerika: Obey the Law, Go to Prison

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Federal criminal law permits prosecutors to charge people with “crimes” even though they have not broken the law. Prosecutors make up their own narratives and federal judges and juries always buy them no matter how outlandish. Read this story and you will see what I mean. It is not illegal to make “traps” in automobiles, but federal prosecutors still can make that a crime and destroyed the life of Alfred Anaya and his family.

Law in Amerika is irretrievably broken. It cannot be reformed. Prosecutors, police, and judges have immunity and are untouchable by the law, and there no longer is a speck of decency among any of these people.

11:41 am on March 30, 2013