Subject: In a nutshell here is our situation. The Pa Prosecutor goes on trial
Date: Aug 8, 2016 7:36 PM
Some people have convicted the Prosecutor, and others have determined that she is innocent, and still others are waiting for the jury decision. In a political trial is it possible to obtain a fair and impartial verdict? This appears to be a political trial and thus extreme care has to be taken as to how it is handled. This is the Supreme Test of the justice system.
Here in Illinois the outcome of the trial would be a foregone conclusion. If history is any guide, the fix would be in. The political elite would have gotten together and determined if the prosecutor was guilty or innocent. As Judge Connors pointed out on page 91 of her evidence deposition = the decision would already be in.
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