Two failures of justice

When a successful criminal defense involves the claim that the defendant cannot be found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt because other people were shooting at the same person, you know you're dealing with a police shooting. If it was a shooting with ordinary people involved, they would all be found guilty of being involved in a murder.

And when the person who tossed a grenade into a baby's crib won't pay a dime towards the medical bills of the baby in question, and even the taxpayer settlement doesn't cover those medical bills, you know you're dealing with a SWAT raid.

This entry was published Tue May 26 10:43:47 CDT 2015 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2015-05-26 10:43:47.0. [Tweet]

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