Injustice

Goudlock's War - by Sean Swain


Jason Goudlock got tricked.

He was Black, 18, and in legal trouble. So, he did what most criminal defendants do, he took a deal. The court sentenced him to six-to-twenty-five years plus nine years for gun specifications.

He's still locked up after twenty years and there's no end in sight.

Mobbed-up US “justice” system hands down 9/11 injustice - by Kevin Barrett (Newslink)

How unjust is the US legal system? I knew it was totally corrupt, and so do most Fubar readers, but this brief article has some details I found extremely interesting. Check it out:

People’s lawyer gets jail sentence - by Stevan Kirschbaum


On May 19, people’s attorney and longtime movement ally Barry Wilson was sentenced to 90 days in the South Bay House of Correction in Boston for contempt of court. This outrageous sentence was in response to Wilson’s challenging racism and pro-law-enforcement bias in the jury selection process.

The U.S. Tyranny of Impunity - by Mark E. Smith (Book Review)

If you want to understand the United States, you can't do better than to read the book The Assassination of Fred Hampton, by Jeffrey Haas.

Racism emanates from the highest levels of our government, from our black President waging war on brown people abroad, to our justice system waging war on people of color here at home.

Justice Denied - by School of the Americas Watch

From the SOA Watch mailing list, January 6, 2011:

 

Lodi California - (alleged) Terror Cell Revisited

A message to the citizens of Lodi, California........

 

 

Darkness in America: Lynne Stewart's Resentencing - by Stephen Lendman

Describing Lynne, one of this writer's previous articles said the following:

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