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Prosecutors and Ethics

Prosecutors often cross the line in their pursuit of justice, Yet they continue to do so knowing the chances of being caught are slim.
In the Duke rape case the defendants were from wealthy family's and could afford the best legal defense. Mike Nifong the prosecutor in that case was found guilty of ethics violations. The witness in the Duke case had a problem with drugs and was diagnosed Bi-Polar.In Coos County,Oregon the prosecutor was wealthy and the defendants were from poor family's.

The witness in this case was a school bus driver and the only eye witness in a drug sting operation that netted 24 people. The school bus driver had a problem with drugs and was also diagnosed Bi-Polar, Yet this information is being ignored by the press. Her psychiatrist did not testify at any of the trials and she testifys she took no medication while working for SCINT during the 18 month investigation. Ms. Maver was diagnosed by the state, and according to law, must have had at least one serious incident of manic-depression to be diagnosed. The state and the press are involved in a cover-up that would expose civil rights violations.

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