Sunday, October 14, 2007

Janet Reno: Chief Among Illicit Prosecutions

Former attorney General Janet Reno continues to run her mouth for money, all over the country, instead of being imprisoned for prosecutorial misconduct in at least one case we can prove: "Charged by Reno's office in 1984 with child molestation, Grant Snowden was convicted on the manufactured testimony of one such child, who was 4 years old when the abuse allegedly occurred. Snowden, the most decorated police officer in the history of the South Miami Police Department, was sentenced to five life terms -- and was imprisoned with people he had put there. Snowden served 11 years before his conviction was finally overturned by a federal court in an opinion that ridiculed the evidence against him and called his trial 'fundamentally unfair.' [typical of most "child protector" trials -RT] In a massive criminal justice system, mistakes will be made from time to time. But Janet Reno put people like Snowden in prison not only for crimes that they didn't commit -- but also for crimes that never happened. Such was the soccer-mom-induced hysteria of the '80s, when innocent people were prosecuted for fantastical crimes concocted in therapists' offices." The "child protector" system is out of control, fueled by "bonuses" paid by the federal government at every juncture. These agencies are paid for every day a child is "in custody," even if no charges are ever able to be brought against the "target" (which is unusual, the way they manufacture them). (Source: Ann Coulter, 8/29/07)

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