Self-serving Prosecutors

Andrew Rosenthal’s article in the  NY Times, Nov 17, 2011
, offers added insight as to how so many innocent Americans are wrongfully charged, prosecuted and convicted in this country. Yet we continue to self-righteously boast of "...liberty and justice for all" to the rest of the world despite an overwhelming preponderance of evidence to the contrary.
It is time the public at large become aware of some of the modus operandi by which so many rogue and opportunistic self-serving prosecutors climb the ladder of success for political gain; this at the expense of innocent citizens throughout the United States.
We all need to get involved in curing this long lingering affliction of our so called "Criminal Justice System". The average citizen is unable to understand it, our state and federal courts simply ignore it, our lawmakers refuse to address it, and the media continues to report it as best they can under the continuing erosion of the First Amendment Rights.
Read the Rosenthal story and it is easy to understand how our legal system has been usurped by a variety of miscreants and reprobates from all across the spectrum of the so called "Criminal Justice System." Suffice to say, this has become an oxymoronic Orwellian term.
Clearly, it is time for implementation of an autonomous mechanism by which to maintain strict oversight of the CJS - it is long past due!
In 1992, Allen B. Woodside became the first private investigator to work in behalf of Temujin Kensu. He is a former military Policeman and retired Private Investigator. He began his career in the mid 1960's when recruited by the the Pinkerton National Detective Agency. In 1972, he left the agency to become an independent investigations and security consultant. In 1977, he further established his own private detective agency known as Intelligence Research & Security Engineering Services which allowed him to expand the scope of services to a broader range of clientele. Allen resides in Mount Clemens, MI and is writing his memoirs.
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