Conjuring Justice

Proof that One Person Can Make a Difference

In honor of today’s holiday, I read some of Dr. King’s speeches and am humbly inspired to say a few words. In the “Beyond Vietnam” speech, I felt an affinity by the following words: I come to this great magnificent house of worship tonight because my conscience leaves me no other choice. I join you …

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Patrick Gonzalez Jr.’s latest appeal was denied, but it was expected by his attorney, Eric Pinkard. I, personally, was taken aback. During oral arguments, it seemed as if at least a couple of justices “got it”, but I suppose, they did not. The fight is not over; next is the re-sentencing that the PNJ is …

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So after Mike Thomas was convicted of being a sex offender, the 4 or the 5 deputies that testified as to Thomas’s character overall prior this incident have now become the subject of Internal Affairs investigations for different, very random things since their testimony. The targeted 4 deputies, according to sources, testified that Thomas was …

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“Even if no actual bias results, the court nonetheless is concerned that your practice at a minimum gives the appearance of bias, which in our view seriously undermines the public’s confidence in the fair administration of justice.”

First off, let me tell Cab Tice, Justin Billings, & Mr. Hugh Wiggins: YOUR TIME IS APPROACHING. I know your pride and arrogance prevent you from that on a daily basis. However, there is a collaborating effort of some very intelligent, previously distant people with information who have your head in their sights. The worst …

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