Endless, vast public corruption

March 17, 2014 § Leave a comment

Endless, vast, public corruption. 
This article tells us the defendant was corrupt and the commanding officer was corrupt in considering the defendant’s case in a certain way and as a result the defendant gets a deal. There’s no part of the case that isn’t corrupt.

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