Monday, January 16, 2012

State Crimes Against Democracy - 6

In this series we have been discussing the psychology, and other factors, involved with state crimes against democracy (SCAD).

The first post in the series is here, others may be looked up on the "Series Posts" tab at the top of any blog page.

The fact that conspiracies take place between members of government to carry out state crimes against democracy (against the people in other words) has been proven in courts of law.

One example it would be appropriate to mention on a day memorializing Dr. King, would be IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SHELBY COUNTY, TENNESSEE FOR THE THIRTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT AT MEMPHIS, where a jury verdict stated that the government participated in a conspiracy to commit a SCAD:
THE COURT: In answer to the question did Loyd Jowers participate in a conspiracy to do harm to Dr. Martin Luther King, your answer is yes. Do you also find that others, including governmental agencies, were parties to this conspiracy as alleged by the defendant? Your answer to that one is also yes ... Is that your verdict?

THE JURY: Yes (In unison).
(King v. Jowers, emphasis added). The assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a state crime against democracy.

Governments, including state governments of the United States, as well as the federal government, can and do commit crimes against the people.

As a nation degenerates these crimes are covered up and hidden, rather than being prosecuted as they are when a nation still has a healthy government.

The previous post in this series is here.


1 comment:

  1. Salon has a great post concerning Dr. King: Link

    Dr. King essentially reflected on the words of James Madison: Link

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