A California state judge has dropped all criminal charges against former Hewlett-Packard Chairman Patricia Dunn and paved the way to clearing three others caught up in the spying scandal, which was initiated to discover the source of leaks to the media. In October, the four were charged with four felony counts each for …
US Law isn't worth the paper it's printed on
Seems as if those who administer the law have lost he plot. The attorney's negotiate, the charges get dropped before a properly constituted court judges the issue. If Dunn et al were innocent, why were they so afraid of appearing before a court? Could it be that they were afraid of being found guilty? And what about the new chairman's impressively failing memory?
Meanwhile yet another tale of US corporate misdeeds gets whitewashed.
Or maybe as Orwell said, 'Some are more equal than others', I bet most of us couldn't afford attorney's that could get us off a rap like this.
It's not about justice... It's about how much justice can you afford!
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