Justice in Balance. - the USA Today story; raises what we consider to be a paramount issue; as anyone can see by our DailyKos Blogroll.
Meanwhile the Wall Street Journal reflects a perverse look implying
defendants should be thankful for prosecutorial misconduct.
The WSJ is a follow up take on the
USA Today series on Prosecutorial Misconduct;
Washington insider/activist Andrew Kreig also works with Legal Schauzer as they report on the story Justice Integrity Project Prosecutor Misconduct Story continues ;
Andrew Kreig reflects on many articles such as Harper's, USA Today and AlterNet's detail of how parents were put to death by perverse use of the Espionage Act
We need to focus upon those historical issues as they apply in the contemporary manner pertaining to the Karl Rove's witch hunt of WikiLeaks as is poignantly pointed out in the Legal Schauzer story;
Unless we as citizens take up our fiduciary responsibilty to protect our Constitution and
Fight for our American Way of Life
It will simply Go Away!