Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Judicial Abuse, The State of Corrupticut

January 12, 2005

The History of Abuse of Citizens arbitrarily caught up in the legal system:

If a judge (story) in Connecticut can be intimidated into being silent and retiring after exposing Connecticut State Police misconduct, illegal behavior, having been maliciously investigated and threatened, for acting in the name of justice trying to reverse a common occurrence in Connecticut and possibly ALL of America, police manufacturing and withholding evidence, knowingly and encouraging witnesses to make false statements, officers committing perjury, and the prosecutors and judges that are the rubber stamp on abuse are the rule, how is a common citizen to fare after exposing corruption or lodging complaints?

So what about Connecticut? Well, it could be happening in your state and maybe eventually to you.

The link to the case above tells me how common, casual, and across the board this type of abuse is.

�Testalying�, police officer�s perjury to get conviction, is so common it has a special name for that type of perjury.

Perjury of police officers is rarely investigated, never mind punished, so whether you committed a crime or not, you can wrongly spend years in prison because a cop wanted to take the lazy way out on case, instead of doing actual work, which too few do on their own, if it is not required under supervision.

Human nature and the ugliness that is possible, doesn�t mean police and the members of the judiciary are immune because of their power and position. Absolute power does corrupt.

Without Civilian Oversight of Police and the Judiciary, the cycle of abuse will only continue.

Change is up to you.

-Steven G. Erickson aka Vikingas

A blowjob, car crash, a politically powerful man dead, alleged police/court tampering, skewed investigations, and harassment allegedly orchestrated out of a governor�s office.

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Have Morals, get transferred out

If the police and judicial officials weren�t more about revenue collection, selfish interests, vendettas, and doing as little as possible, there wouldn�t be any Heroin Towns and most US downtown areas wouldn�t be pits of despair and criminal breeding grounds. Civilian control and oversight is needed.

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How can there not still be sleaze in the Connecticut Governor�s Office, if former Rowland aids are answering Rell�s phones? (post)


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