Friday, March 13, 2009

Kidnapped, and the rescuers are slow, slow, slow...

Some 30 juveniles are still in government custody who were sentenced to detention by two Pa. judges who have themselves been sentenced to 87 months in federal prison. The kids were denied counsel -- often they were never told exactly what the charges were or the evidence against them. The judges were getting $2.6 million in kickbacks from the detention center to which they were unlawfully sending kids to custody!

If these juveniles, still being held, had been kidnapped by unrobed criminals -- instead of judges intrinsic to the criminal justice system -- every effort would be made by cops and volunteers to free them immediately, right? The justice system's indifference to its own crimes is a crime!

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