America’s current criminal justice system (CJS) is a labyrinth of procedures, favoritism, incompetence, hypocrisy, theft of rights, speculation and abuse. It is an albatross to many innocent people. While there are ethical people within our CJS, the US~Observer deals only with the corrupt ones; when a prosecutor or police officer serves justice, we make every attempt to praise him.
Dealing With Abusive, Unethical Prosecutors
When an innocent person is charged with a crime today, the prosecutor or the police conduct very little, if any, meaningful investigation. The first course of action for the CJS is to charge that person with a crime and then contact the local media so they can inform an extremely naïve public of the charged person’s guilt. In other words, the CJS starts its public assault of the falsely charged person to that person’s future jury pool. In many instances, the mainstream media publish as facts absolute lies for police and/or oppressive prosecutors.
The US~Observer does things quite differently. We complete an in-depth investigation. When we find conclusive evidence of a person’s innocence, we go to the prosecutor or other public official responsible and inform him of the conclusive evidence. If he ignores us, he does so at his own peril, because we then take the case outside of the corrupted CJS and into the court of public opinion. We inform the responsible person’s friends, neighbors, families and members of his community of his abusive actions on the front page of the US~Observer newspaper; and it works, just like the presses of long ago worked. In the cases where the prosecutor or public official continues to refuse to serve justice, we ruin his reputation publicly, along with his career, and then begin to work our way up the political ladder until we get results.
In the few instances where our clients are required to go through a trial, we make sure the “conclusive proof” that we obtained is made public and used in court. The bad prosecutor and other guilty parties are exposed in a courtroom in front of a jury. One such case is that of Stan Strange and two fellow biker friends of his. Strange’s case, his not guilty verdict, proves that honest and factual media works. The public knew every fact about Strange’s case before his trial occurred.
While the Internet is a definite benefit to our efforts to vindicate the innocent, our hard-copy newspaper is what makes for sure success. Without our physical newspaper, we would not have won more than 4,200 cases to date.