Saturday, 28 September 2013

The only person that needs to be tried is the public persecutor

Long overdue, the farcical "conviction" of Marissa Alexander has been overturned.  The question now is, will the overzealous careerist who falsely convicted her try to do it again?  Will that prosecutor be allowed to continue a chain of corrupt and biased decisions of who to charge and who not to?

"Will she get a new trial?"  What sort of question is that?  She should never have been charged to begin with.  And when you consider that the case happened in the same state where George Zimmerman committed a deliberate racist murder of a teenager, it makes such talk all the more galling.

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