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It is not a Justice System.
It is just a system.
~Bob Enyart

Bad laws are the worst
sort of tyranny.
~Edmund Burke

This is a court of law,
young man, not a court
of justice. ~
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.


 

 

 

 

 



Trent

Among the attributes
of God, although they are all
equal, mercy shines
with even more brilliancy
than justice.
- Cervantes


  Steven with his dog Rocky

Let us be merciful as well
as just.

- Henry Wadsworth

 
Mercy more becomes a
magistrate than the
vindictive wrath which
 men call justice.
- Henry Wadsworth
Longfellow

One can not be just if one
is not humane.
[Lat., On ne peut etre juste
si on n'est pas humain.]
- Luc de Clapier de
Vauvanargues, Reflexions
(XXVIII)

In the Halls of Justice, the
only justice is in the halls.
Lenny Bruce



That's hysterical

http://www.inthesetimes.com
/main/article/2797/

There can be no equal justice
where the kind of trial a man
gets depends on
the amount of money he has."
- U.S. Supreme Court Justice
Hugo Black, Griffin v. Illinois,
373 U.S.12,(1964)

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THIS IS FUN    

"If the motto ‘and justice
for all’ becomes ‘and justice
for those who can
afford it’, we threaten the
very underpinnings of our
social contract."
- Chief Justice
Ronald George California
Supreme Court, Annual
"State ofJudiciary"
Speech, 2001

We love Martin McMahon

From TCPalm, Stuart, FL

Regarding Judge Larry
Shack and his ludicrous
statement, “I’m going to
hand out a million years
served before I’m off the
bench,” what do we have
here? Premeditation and
prejudice — already
sentencing people before
their cases are heard. He
is an elected egomaniac.

Let’s get together and
vote, or force this “judge”
into another venue —
maybe flippin’ burgers at
a hamburger stand. Then
the “judge” can claim more
than a billion served.

Martin McMahon
Stuart, Fl



 


 

 


Justice is open to
everyone in the same
 way as the Ritz Hotel. ~Judge Sturgess



    

 

 

Steven with his son Trent



Steven & Trent

A senior editor of the US Executive Intelligence
 Review says the real
conditions of American
prisons are being
institutionally covered up.


During a Friday interview with Press TV's US Desk, Jeff Steinberg said that "if the world got a clear
picture of just how horrific the situation is inside the
US penal system at the federal, state and local
level, it would leave a very, very deep scar on
America's reputation."

He went on to add that
those in charge of US detention centers have
"an institutional commitment" to keep that abuses taking place inside prisons from the public.

Steinberg said
overcrowding and lack of sufficient personnel were two of the main
contributing factor to the horrifying conditions of
US prisons.
He said according to
The Crime Report's estimates, some 200,000 cases of sex abuses that take place inside prisons annually.

The Executive Intelligence Review says the US has been reported to have the highest incarceration rate among developed nations.

Back in 2009, 90 prison
staff members were
charged with sexually abusing inmates.
Prison inmates subjected
to sexual misconduct by prison
staff in the
nation's 93 federal prison sites doubled between
2007 and 2009.

How much justice can
you afford?
Will it cost an arm, a leg
or much, much more?
What is so good about a
"free" defense,
When it takes a high
powered attorney to beat
 the offense.
You get as much justice
as you can buy,
And that my friends is no
lie.
Just visit a jail and you will
see why.
You get as much justice
as you can buy.
No money,  no justice,
Is how it goes.
A sad but true tale of woes
Linda Frazzetto
 

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The reality is that the United States of America, which proclaims itself the 'land of freedom,' has the most dishonest, dangerous and crooked legal system of any developed nation.
The state calls its own violence law, but that of the individual crime. ~Max
Stirner, The Ego and His Own

....it could happen in your life It could be your son, daughter,  brother or sister.


Stevens case number is 04-19-CFA.   Click on this link to the correction facility where he is being held.


 

 

Activists want Montana judge booted over rape case  news

© AP Photo: Billings Gazette, Larry Mayer

Judge G. Todd Baugh has faced criticism since he pinned responsibility on the teenage victim when he sentenced Stacey Rambold to a one-month prison term.
BILLINGS, Mont. — Activists are pushing for the removal of a Montana judge who said a 14-year-old rape victim was "older than her chronological age," as the former teacher who raped her is set to be released this week after serving 30 days in prison.
District Judge G. Todd Baugh has faced withering criticism since he sentenced Stacey Rambold, of Billings, to a one-month prison term and suggested the teenage victim shared responsibility in the case.
Rambold, a former teacher at Billings Senior High School, was due to be released from the state prison in Deer Lodge on Thursday, said Montana Department of Corrections spokeswoman Linda Moodry.
Prosecutors have challenged the 30-day sentence as illegal. But Rambold, 54, is expected to remain free while an appeal from Montana Attorney General Tim Fox is pending before the state Supreme Court.
A leading scholar on judicial ethics said the judge's comments at the Aug. 26 sentencing hearing clearly violated judicial conduct rules and revealed a bias against victim Cherice Moralez, who killed herself in 2010 as the case headed to trial.
"I'm not generally in favor of disciplining judges for their conduct on the bench, but in my judgment, this clearly warrants disciplinary action," said Monroe Freedman, of Hofstra University Law School in New York. "He has not acted with impartiality here. He has shown bias against the young woman."
Although Baugh later apologized, his continued insistence that his statements about Moralez were irrelevant to Rambold's sentencing suggests the judge "hasn't learned anything," Freedman said.
The professor of legal ethics declined to say what punishment would be appropriate. Montana's Supreme Court can remove judges found to have violated the state's Code of Judicial Conduct.
Several groups were preparing to file a formal complaint against Baugh on Tuesday with the state Judicial Standards Commission. The complaint will outline Baugh's alleged violations of the judicial code and include as witnesses the names of 130,000 to 140,000 people who joined onto petitions calling for his ouster, said Marian Bradley, president of Montana National Organization for Women.
"He believes nobody can remove him from office, that he can say these things and then we're going to go away. Well, we're not going away," Bradley said. "Our goal is to change the system so that young people, when they come forward for these things, will be heard."
Baugh's office said Monday that he would have no comment about the complaint.
Bradley added that the case had revealed broader problems in the legal system's treatment of rape victims, with other victims contacting her group to share additional complaints about their treatment before the courts. Those allegations could result in future complaints with the Judicial Standards Commission, Bradley said.
Under state law, the proceedings of the commission will remain confidential unless the matter is referred to the Supreme Court for potential disciplinary action. The commission can also mete out light punishments of its own, such as admonishing judges either publicly or in private.
Rambold was convicted in April on one count of raping Moralez in 2007, when she was one of his students. Criminal charges were filed against Rambold in 2008, eventually leading to a deferred prosecution agreement in 2010 after Moralez's suicide took away the prosecution's star witness.
Under the agreement, Rambold faced no prison time but was ordered into treatment as a sex offender. He was kicked out of that program last year for violating its rules by having unauthorized visits with relatives' children and having a sexual relationship with an adult woman. That revived the original charges against him.
Prosecutors had sought 20 years in prison with 10 years suspended when Rambold was sentenced in August. Instead, Baugh followed a recommendation from Rambold's lawyer and gave the defendant 15 years in prison with all but 31 days suspended and a one day credit for time served.
Baugh later tried to reverse the lenient sentence and impose a two-year prison term — the mandatory minimum according to state law. The move was blocked by the Montana Supreme Court because Baugh no longer had authority over the case once he had pronounced his sentence.
Rambold will remain on probation and be required to register as a sex offender after his release.   
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Please Grant Ryan Ferguson a New Trial or Freedom!

Started by: Bruce , Oswego, Illinois

Why My Son Ryan Ferguson Should Be Granted A New Trial

My son Ryan Ferguson was convicted in 2005 for the 2001 murder of Columbia Daily Tribune sports editor Kent Heitholt. Ryan was convicted solely on the testimony of two witnesses. Both of those witnesses have since given written affidavits that their testimonies during the original trial were false. That leaves zero evidence against my son. No witnesses, no physical evidence, no DNA, no motive, in fact nothing tying him to the crime. Yet my son is currently serving a 40-year sentence for a crime he had no part in.

The fact is Ryan should never have been convicted in the first place, because the main witness in his case was never credible. The jury simply believed Chuck Erickson’s story.

Ryan and Chuck were Rock Bridge High School juniors who snuck into a bar on Halloween night 2001 and left sometime around 1:15 a.m. Ryan said he drove his friend Chuck home, then came home himself. He has never wavered from his account.

Years later Chuck - who is a troubled young man - told friends that he had ‘dreams’ about the murder. He said he initially repressed his memory of the killing but began to recall details two years later after reading news reports of the crime. Details emerged in his ‘dreams’, he claimed. He called the encounter a botched robbery hatched when he and Ryan ran out of money and wanted to keep drinking.

The police brought Chuck in for questioning after hearing about his stories. In the interrogation tapes - available online - it is clear that Chuck knows very little about the case and admits he doesn’t even know if he was there. But the police feed him key information about the murder and pressure him into confessing and implicating Ryan in the murder. There was never any physical evidence against either of them. My son Ryan had never been in any trouble with the law before this point and had no connection to the victim Kent Heitholt.

The second ‘witness’, janitor Jerry Trump, originally told friends he could not identify who he saw near the body. But during a 2004 trial he positively identified Ryan and my son was sentenced to spend the majority of his adult life behind bars.

Both Erickson and Trump now claim they were coerced into modifying their statements in favor of the prosecution of my son. Chuck blames Columbia Police interrogators for not delving into inconsistencies in his story, and Trump said Prosecutor Kevin Crane told him that it would be “helpful to him” if Trump could identify Ryan as one of the men at the crime scene. The prosecution also withheld key information that could have helped prove my son’s innocence, including further witnesses who state that Ryan wasn’t at the scene.

We now know that both key witnesses gave false testimonies. In light of these significant changes in eyewitness testimony and the lack of ANY evidence implicating Ryan, it is clear that my son deserves a new trial.

Ryan’s case has been covered extensively on NBC Dateline, CBS 48 Hours Mystery, and numerous TV news reports and magazine and newspaper articles. His story has touched millions of people across America – and the world. It has become clear to many people that Ryan has been betrayed by the Missouri justice system and deserves another shot at justice.

I ask you to please sign this petition to demand that my son Ryan be granted a new trial and the chance to rebuild his life…

Thank you,

Bill Ferguson

www.freeryanferguson.com

Free Ryan Ferguson Facebook Page

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U.S. Supreme Court Bans Mandatory Life-Without-Parole Sentences for Children Convicted of Homicide

June 25, 2012

The U.S. Supreme Court today issued an historic ruling in Miller v. Alabama and Jackson v. Hobbs holding that mandatory life-without-parole sentences for all children 17 or younger convicted of homicide are unconstitutional. Kuntrell Jackson and Evan Miller, sentenced to life in prison without parole at 14, are now entitled to new sentencing hearings. Today’s ruling will affect hundreds of individuals whose sentences did not take their age or other mitigating factors into account. 


Fla. May Put 13-Year-Old Away for Life; Supreme Court Says Not So Fast

Cristian Fernandez faces life in prison for allegedly killing his 2-year-old half-brother. But a new Supreme Court ruling has thrown Florida’s sentencing laws into chaos. Eliza Shapiro reports.
For the last year and a half, Cristian Fernandez has spent his days in a detention center in Jacksonville, Fla., awaiting trial on charges that he murdered his 2-year-old half-brother, David.

If he is convicted, he could spend the rest of his life behind bars. If he is acquitted, he could return to the eighth grade.

Cristian, who was 12 at the time of David’s death, is being prosecuted as an adult under Florida law on one count of first-degree murder. (He also faces an unrelated charge of sexual battery against his 5-year-old relative.)

Only in Florida, state that disregard all federal laws and U.S. Constitution on daily bases.
more on Fernandez case here  


Children in Adult Prisons
Across the United States, thousands of children have been sentenced as adults and sent to adult prisons. Over 2200 juveniles nationwide have been sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. Children as young as 13 years old have been tried as adults and sentenced to die in prison, typically without any consideration of their age or circumstances of the offense.

Many young children in America are imperiled by abuse, neglect, domestic and community violence, and poverty. Without effective intervention and help, these children suffer, struggle, and fall into despair and hopelessness. Some young teens cannot manage the emotional, social, and psychological challenges of adolescence and eventually engage in destructive and violent behavior. Sadly, many states have ignored the crisis and dysfunction that creates child delinquency and instead have subjected kids to further victimization and abuse in the adult criminal justice system.

For children with parole-eligible sentences, unique release and re-entry challenges too often create insurmountable obstacles to parole and successful re-entry. Young people who have been in prison since they were adolescents need help learning basic life skills.
Posted by: Equal Justice initiative


News
California Supreme Court
Rules 110-years-to-life Sentence Imposed on a Juvenile Is Unconstitutional
August 17, 2012

In People v. Caballero, the California Supreme Court unanimously struck down the 110-years-to-life sentence imposed on Rodrigo Caballero for nonhomicide offenses when he was 16 years old. The court concluded that the sentence, which required Caballero to serve more than 100 years before being eligible for parole, denied him the opportunity to “demonstrate growth and maturity” to try to secure his release, in contravention of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Graham v. Florida.

Justice Department Finds Incarceration of Black Schoolchildren in Mississippi "Shocks the Conscience"
August 15, 2012
The Justice Department announced last week that officials in the city of Meridian, Mississippi, are operating a "school-to-prison pipeline" that incarcerates students for minor infractions like dress code violations. The policy affects mostly black and disabled children.

Posted by: Equal Justice initiative         They treat children like garbage... it is disgrace to tell someone I'm US citizen,  I tell people I'm a Canadian.


Jordan Brown Superior Court Appeal: Will PA. Boy be Tried as an Adult for Murder?
Only in the U.S. can an 11 year old be arrested and charged as an adult for murder and a 15 or 16 year old can't consent with 23 year old boyfriend,  what a
farce.


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An update, Tuesday, September 27, 2011 

Jordan Brown juvenile trial delayed By Eric Poole Calkins Media Timesonline.com | 9 comments

NEW CASTLE -- The murder prosecution of Jordan Brown -- which has yet to begin more than two and a half years after the alleged crime -- will take a little longer.

A juvenile trial for Brown, scheduled for today, has been delayed pending an appeal by media outlets that petitioned unsuccessfully last week to have the hearing open to the public. Lawrence County Judge John Hodge, who will hear the juvenile trial, denied media petitions to have the trial in open court. Hodge released the decision late Friday afternoon without comment in a two-page order.

Pennsylvania Superior Court on Monday agreed to delay the trial until the court can hear emergency appeals to open the proceeding.

Lawyers for the media outlets have 62 days to submit other documents before the court assigns a three-judge panel to hear the request.

Brown is accused in the Feb. 20, 2009, murder of Kenzie Houk, 26, of New Beaver. Houk and her two children were living at the time with Brown and his father, Christopher, and the couple planned to marry. Houk was pregnant with Christopher Brown's child at the time of her death. The fetus did not survive. State police and prosecutors maintain that Jordan Brown killed Houk with a single shotgun blast to the back of her head.

Jordan Brown, now 14, was 11 years old when the slaying took place, but he was charged as an adult under a state law dictating that minors charged with murder be tried in adult court. The defense attorneys filed in late 2009 to decertify Brown and clear the way to move the trial into the juvenile system.

In March 2010, Lawrence County President Judge Domenick Motto ruled to keep the prosecution in adult court, but the decision was overturned on appeal by state Superior Court. In a new decertification hearing ordered by Superior Court, Motto ruled to have Brown tried as a juvenile.

Senior Deputy Attorney General Anthony Krastek is prosecuting the case. Nils Frederiksen, a spokesman for the attorney general's office, said the arguments over closing Brown's juvenile trial to the public centered on a state law that, in Krastek's interpretation, prohibits public trials for suspects who are younger than 12 when the crime is committed.

The attorney general's office had no objection to the juvenile trial being open to the media and the public, Frederiksen said, but conceded that state law doesn't permit it.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.  

UPDATE   A Pennsylvania boy accused of killing his father's pregnant fiancée and her unborn child when he was 11 was sent this year to an undisclosed juvenile facility where he could remain in state custody until his 21st birthday.


16-year sentence for consensual  sex. Steven and his wife may have messed up but they handled the situation  better than the State of Florida and the US Justice system ever will. They were a family, something Florida's Justice system doesn't understand. And what is most important they were happy together. The pictures don't lie.  State of Florida, Judge Larry Schack & US Justice system allowing justice charades like in this case, destroyed this family on Jan. 09 2007 when they sentenced Steven to 16 Years prison time.  Prior to the legal system entering this picture, Steven, Tiffany and Trent stood a good chance of making it as a couple and a family. At the time of sentencing their third wedding anniversary was coming up, there son Trent was 4 year old.... ....    Complete story here...


A senior editor of the US Executive Intelligence Review  says the real conditions of American prisons are being institutionally covered up.

During a Friday interview with Press TV's US Desk, Jeff Steinberg said that "if the world got a clear picture of just how horrific the situation is inside the US penal system at the federal, state and local level, it would leave a very, very deep scar on America's reputation."

He went on to add that those in charge of US detention centers have "an institutional commitment" to keep that abuses taking place inside prisons from the public.

Steinberg said overcrowding and lack of sufficient personnel were two of the main contributing factor to the horrifying conditions of US prisons. He said according to The Crime Report's estimates, some 200,000 cases of sex abuses that take place inside prisons annually.

Back in 2009, 90 prison staff members were charged with sexually abusing inmates. Prison inmates subjected to sexual misconduct by prison staff in the nation's 93 federal prison sites doubled between 2007 and 2009.

The Executive Intelligence Review says the US has been reported to have the highest incarceration rate among developed nations.


 

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It is the spirit and not the form of law that keeps justice alive. ~Earl Warren


Trent

A good judge should never boast of his power, because he can do nothing
but what he can do justly:
he is not the master, but
the minister of the
law. Authority without virtue is a very dangerous state.
- Thomas Wilson


Changes in sentencing law and policy, not increases in crime rates, explain most of the six-fold increase in the national prison population.  And “one size fits all" mandatory minimum sentences that allow little or no consideration for individual characteristics as in case above.

People who love sausage and people who believe in justice should never watch
either of them being made. ~Otto Bismark

 Unfortunately, we cannot get the attention of Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson and it appears that without high-profile help, situations like this remain on the backburner and out of the public eye and without media attention. Are the scales of justice tipped in favor of celebrity and wealth? Where is the justice when the sentence is more criminal than the act?  
All we have is this website and you!   Please help.

Where is the justice when our children crying out for help and no one hears them.



It is the spirit and not the form of law that keeps justice alive. ~Earl Warren

Gareth Peirce, an internationally acclaimed and respected solicitor based in London, explains in her book Dispatches from the Dark Side, “Guilty pleas resolve 97% of US trials, an extraordinary statistic inevitably achieved by the defendant's apprehension of what lies ahead -- not just for the 'worst of the worst' - and a desire to avoid, at any cost, the US law's most extreme application.”

A number of her clients including Syed Talha Ahsan, Babar Ahmad, Adel Abdel Bary and Khalid al-Fawwaz have been held in British prisons for a record amount of years fighting extradition to the US.

All of these men protest their innocence and would welcome their day in court -- a British court. However the evidence against them is either so flimsy or nonexistent that police in the UK have no intention of wasting public money on trials which will end up being laughed out of court.

Which takes us back to the 2003 US Extradition agreement in which the Blair government tied the hands of the UK judiciary beyond sound judgment; now any slight allegation made by the US should be regarded in British courts as solid proof.

By the way, it's not a two-way system. Should the UK ever wish to extradite a US citizen, the evidence supplied must be well documented, concrete and factual and able to withstand the scrutiny of a US judge.

Britain's legal system became the basis for most others in the world. It is based on presumed innocence and a trial by a jury of one's peers which emanates from our rights as set out in the Magna Carta of 1215, a noble document which has stood the test of time.

The 2003 Extradition Treaty is a complete betrayal of those basic rights. A victim of the treaty faces being locked up without evidence and has no right to a trial by jury and gone is the presumption of innocence.

We cannot allow anyone in UK custody or under “house arrest” like Julian Assange to be extradited to the US. You just have to look at the treatment of America's own citizens to realize this.
Bradley Manning, the 22-year-old US Army Private accused of leaking classified documents to Wikileaks, has been held in solitary confinement for the last seven months, despite not having been convicted of any crime.

Manning has been kept alone in a cell for 23 hours a day, barred from exercising in that cell, deprived of sleep, and denied even a pillow or sheets for his bed. Unsurprisingly he now relies on anti-depressants to cope with the effects of isolation. No date for a court hearing has been set.
Make no mistake, this sort of treatment is torture and we, as a civilized nation, cannot send anyone into the hands of the US judicial system which openly tortures its own citizens as well as others.

But don't stop there! Every year the State Department of the U.S. sending a complaint letters to one hundred and eighty countries around the world reminding them of their human right violations.


Stevens case number is 04-19-CFA.   Click on this link to the correction facility where he is being held.


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Steven and his Austrian friend Mgk write this song before he returned to the US and get himself arrested. Click here.
"So many broken dreams"


Extreme justice is extreme injustice.
[Lat., Summum jus, summa injuria.]
- Cicero (Marcus Tullius Cicero


Steven & Trent 2003
Help Steven reunite with his child.

 

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