Justice is supposed to be blind. It’s supposed to be equal and fair. It’s supposed to be everything our system no longer is.
You Have A Right To Be Vindicated
There are two phrases important enough to be inscribed on the exterior of the Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C.: “Equal Justice Under Law” and “Justice, the Guardian of Liberty.” Sadly, and due in large part to a shift in how prosecutors do their jobs and are allowed to operate above the very law they supposedly represent, these tenets — the founding principles of our justice system — have seemingly been replaced with “Justice Dispensed Without Equality” and “Injustice, Usurper of Liberty.” True justice suffers now from a system designed to get the highest conviction rating and the most fines and fees. Gone are the days of caring about guilt and innocence. Why bother when you can create an air of perceived guilt? As long as the public believes, guilt is really in the eye of the beholder, isn’t it? Not to those falsely accused, not to those who are innocent but sitting in a prison, not to those who fight for the innocence of their loved ones: It’s not right if we ever want to truly live in the “land of the free.”
Vindication Is Possible
The people deserve true justice, not a system by which the one standing accused is presumed guilty. True justice comes in one form: absolute vindication of the innocent. It used to be that defense attorneys and juries provided a level of that: however, this is far too often no longer the case. You, as an innocent victim of a false prosecution or forced plea bargain, need to find an alternative method of defending yourself from persecution and prosecution; and your options are truly limited. One of the most effective is the US~Observer. Over the past 22 years, the US~Observer has been victorious in more than 4,200 criminal and civil cases. As a newspaper, it is instrumental in gathering absolute proof of innocence; and it informs the public of those facts while putting sufficient pressure on those who can dismiss your charges. With cases like North Carolina ex-sheriff deputy Chris Hoover and the Florida Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) cases of Jimmy and Pepper Rodgers, the US~Observer has clearly demonstrated it wins. It also hosts a slew of testimonials on its website from common, everyday citizens who have found their absolute vindication through the US~Observer.
Each week, this section will be used to focus on those fighting for their innocence in a system that is intolerant of truth and to explain the direction we, the people, need to take to rein in this injustice system and turn it back into the guardian of our liberty.
If you have been falsely targeted for prosecution, please contact the US~Observer at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 541-474-7885.