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When A Lawyer Is Necessary

On my way to work today, I overheard a conversation between two women on an incident that occurred. One woman is living in an apartment she described as uninhabitable, citing major repairs that need to be done.   388 more words


Malaysians urged to demand the A-G’s accountability

October 23, 2014

Malaysians urged to demand the A-G’s accountability

by http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com

DAP Parliamentary Leader Lim Kit Siang today issued a clarion call to Malaysians to demand that the Attorney-General’s Chambers submit to public scrutiny for its accountability. 597 more words


Entire Court in California Had to Step Down – All Judges

By: Martin Armstrong

The legal system in the United States is becoming so corrupt, this is exactly as Edward Gibbon wrote about the collapse of the rule of law in Rome. 725 more words


Retribution vs. Rehabilitation

Recently, a Belgian man serving a life sentence for rape was allowed to end his life by opting for euthanasia. Frank Van Den Bleeken, age 50, argued that he was unable to control his violent sexual urges and therefore could never be rehabilitated or freed. 408 more words


Alex Cross's Trial Quote

“When justice is done, it brings joy to the righteous.” – from Alex Cross’s Trial by James Patterson
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The Lone Ranger, the Bible and Fruit

Remember the Lone Ranger? He stood for right and justice in a world where it was not always found. He travelled all over, and helped those who sought out what he stood for- righteousness, fair treatment, justice, and also compassion, forgiveness and tolerance (his best friend was a Native American at a time when they were not accepted in society.) 862 more words


Injustice is the only "blasphemy" that can be committed, and justice is the only true worship.

The crime of blasphemy was invented by priests for the purpose of defending doctrines not able to take care of themselves. It is a kind of breastwork behind which hypocrisy has crouched for thousands of years.

- RGI.