onsdag 21 maj 2014

USA: Tjejen som försvarade sig mot polisens grova sexövergrepp - fick 3 månaders fängelse

Cecily McMillan dömdes till 3 månaders fängelse och 5 års övervakning efter att hon försvarade sig mot polisens sexövergrepp. Därefter blev hon nästan trygghetsmisshandlad till döds av polisen....

Occupy activist Cecily McMillan sentenced to three months in prison

RT 2014-05-19
A judge in New York City on Monday morning sentenced Occupy Wall Street activist Cecily McMillan to three months in jail and five years’ probation for assaulting a police officer during a 2012 protest.

Judge Ronald A. Zweibel’s Monday morning decision was handed down in a Manhattan courtroom 14 days after a jury there found McMillan, 25, guilty of deliberately striking a plainclothes New York Police Department officer in the face with her elbow. She faced a maximum of seven years in prison as a result of the second-degree assault conviction.[...]


Kvinna försvarade sig mot polis-sexövergrepp - kan få 7 års fängelse + nästan dödad av polisen

Amerikanska Occupy-aktivisten Cecily McMillan, 25, försvarade sig mot polisen brutala sexövergrepp under en demonstration i USA 2012. Kvinnan dömdes nyligen för överfall mot polis och kan få 7 års fängelse, trots att polisen nästan dödsmisshandlade henne under demonstrationen...http://undermattans.blogspot.se/2014/05/kvinna-forsvarade-sig-mot-polis.html


Justice Is Dead In Amerika

Paul Craig Roberts 2014-05-21

Cecily McMillan is an Occupy protester who was seized from behind by a goon thug cop–a goon thug with a long record of abuse of authority–by her boobs. One was badly bruised. Cecily McMillan’s elbow reflexively and instinctively came up, and Cecily was arrested for assaulting a goon thug. 

- The goon thug was not arrested for sexually assaulting a young woman.

False arrests of this sort are common in the US. Indeed, they are more common than justified arrests. The police and the courts are completely corrupted institutions that reek of injustice and evil.
Cecily was locked up in Rikers Island without bail by the judge who sees his role as protecting the abuse of police and prosecutorial power. The judge would not allow evidence in behalf of Cecily to be presented to the jury.

Nevertheless, the jurors, or 75% of them, understood that something was wrong and although they were coerced into convicting the young woman they sent a letter to the judge requesting that no prison time be imposed on Cecily. Nevertheless, the judge for whom all must stand in respect in the courtroom, gave the goon thug’s victim 90 days in prison and 5 years probation.

- This was Amerika’s sendoff of an idealistic young woman who was about to receive a master’s degree from an important educational education.

I have been concerned as a main focus of my work since the 1990s with American injustice. America’s injustice is a unique kind. American injustice has actually managed to completely destroy the achievements dating from Magna Carta that made law a shield of the people instead of a weapon in the hands of the state. Today America is pre-Magna Carta England.

My concern with the destruction of Justice in America was shared by my colleague, Lawrence Stratton. Together in 2000 we produced a book documenting the destruction of the achievement of liberty and the accountability of government to law under the publisher’s title of “The Tyranny of Good Intentions” (our title was, “How The Law Was Lost”). In 2008 a new edition was published.

The book was cited a few times by federal district court judges but had no influence on law schools’ worship of unaccountable executive power or on the appointment of Justice (sic) Department flunkies such as John Yoo and David Barron to prominent University law schools and federal courts. Yoo and Barron are the tyrants who justified in US Justice Department memos torture, despite US and international laws against it, and the murder of US citizens on suspicion alone without due process of law, an obvious violation of the US Constitution.

- Judging from the legal arena’s response to our work, justice is no longer the purpose of US law and it is no longer thought necessary for the US government to be accountable to law. 

To insouciant Americans these might seem like extreme statements, but the conclusion is unavoidable.

- In the United States there is no longer law.

- There is only retribution. 

Cecily McMillan by her non-violent protest against the looting of America and the world by Wall Street became “an enemy of the people.” The “people,” of course, are the one percent. The 99 percent do not count.

The jury in Cecily’s trial did not count. At least 75% of the jurors understood that they were being coerced into a conviction, which they sought to lighten by requesting the judge not to impose a prison sentence. But the judge represents the repressive state, not justice. The jurors were out to lunch. They had no idea of the corrupt nature of the criminal political system or else they lacked the courage to stand up to it.
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Occupy activist Cecily McMillan to serve three months in prison

Publicerades den 19 maj 2014
Occupy Wall Street activist Cecily McMillan will spend three months in jail and five years on probation, a judge ruled Monday. McMillan was originally facing up to seven years in prison after being found guilty of elbowing a police officer in the face. 

Her supporters have slammed the conviction of the 25 year-old, saying she was the victim of a sexual assault by police, and the court was biased against her. RT's Anastasia Churkina has more details from New York on the activist's sentencing.

 USA: Tjejen som försvarade sig mot polisens grova sexövergrepp - fick 3 månaders fängelse

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