Tag: Murder

Justice for Sister Cathy: The Keepers

Justice for Sister Cathy: The Keepers

Current Affairs, Legal, Media
First published on Salisbury News As many of you know from my previous writings, criminal injustice has always found a soft spot in my psyche, largely because I generally believe in our Rule of Law. A program on Netflix, once again, has struck a chord within me because the grave miscarriage of our justice system stirs even for the most hardened of hearts. Sister Catherine Cesnik is probably a name many of you haven't heard of before. Her tale actually began and ended many decades ago. Close to 48 years ago, she was brutally murdered and many believe it was priests in her own parish who either orchestrated, planned and/or executed the egregious murder. Most importantly was not how she died but the following cover up by the Baltimore Archdiocese that makes this crime even more unsettli...
Was Anthony Scalia Assassinated?

Was Anthony Scalia Assassinated?

Corruption, Election News, Leaks & Whistleblowers, Legal
With the Wikileaks details coming out daily, interesting emails from the John Podesta collection would certainly indicated there was foreknowledge that the Supreme Court Justice, Anthony Scalia would be eliminated just a couple days before he died of alleged natural causes. As you can see from the email dated, February 9, 2016, Podesta discusses Wetworks - a term used ironically by the KGB for assassination. Now why would he be discussing with whomever elmendorf@teamsubjectmatter.com the term wetwork? Coincidence or plot to eliminate a Justice highly known for his conservative values and stance -- bent on protecting our Constitutional rights? Yes, Justice Scalia was elderly; however, he was in much better shape than Ginsberg - the Justice whom often naps at State of the Union add...
Whatever Happened to the Presumption of Innocence…

Whatever Happened to the Presumption of Innocence…

Corruption, Issues
What happened to the presumption of innocence until proven guilty in a court of law? The mass media machine has been convicting suspects before trial since Lee Harvey Oswald in November 1963 but now, the epidemic of this Constitutional infringement has reached an unfathomable proportion. In today’s world of fast facts, we find ourselves inundated with information on suspects within hours of criminal investigations, thus, spurring a rush to judgment. A new documentary has introduced a new dialogue about the media role in convictions that will surely have you questioning where the lines are truly drawn in our society. On December 18, 2015, Netflix premiered one of its newest documentaries called Making a Murderer, featuring the story of Steven Avery. Born and raised in Manitowoc