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Americans Must Demand Punishment of Corrupt Government Officials – Here’s a Recent Example of Such Justice

by Bradlee Dean, Freedom Outpost:

Oftentimes in America, it seems as if there is no light at the end of the tunnel concerning national affairs. In particular, America is inundated with the crimes of those who represent and serve “We the People,” and often the American people are under the impression that criminal representatives suffer no consequence. Also, the American people are used to the state-run media magnifying the crimes committed by these representatives, rather than magnifying the Laws against their actions, Laws that establish righteousness and peace.

However, every once in a while, to their credit, America can see how the judicial system is at work and what its righteous effects are on a corrupt system.

Just yesterday, Fox News reported that former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin was sentenced to 10 years in prison for bribery, money laundering and other corruption that spanned his two term as mayor – including the chaotic years after Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005.

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1 comment to Americans Must Demand Punishment of Corrupt Government Officials – Here’s a Recent Example of Such Justice

  • NaySayer

    Recently I wrote of a local cop who shot a homeless man in the back at our local wal-mart neighborhood market, within a few blocks from my mom’s house.

    Well, they didn’t cover it up. The cop was found to have shot an innocent man in the back and charged with MISDEMEANOR assault. Now I can’t imagine anybody else shooting somebody in the back and getting charged with only a misdemeanor which only carries a penalty of one year in jail OR $1,000 fine.

    But at least they didn’t cover it up. The cop said he was confused and thought he had grabbed is taser, not the gun.

    The homeless guy has filed a massive lawsuit against the city, the cops and everybody else his lawyer can think of.

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