The Poor Are Enslaved In American Prisons
America turns its head to those who are incarcerated, especially those considered as brutal and thoughtless. The average American believes that the justice system is perfect and would never incarcerate those who are innocent. This line of logic is grossly inconsistent with reality, as thousands of formerly incarcerated inmates have been freed by DNA-evidence only. Our justice system is failing day by day, minute by minute. One wrongful conviction is one-too-many, and numbers are escalating well into the tens of thousands. Adequate legal representation is available to those who are able to pay; those who cannot, however, suffer. Consequently, inadequate legal representation mostly leads to an inevitable unjust verdict.
As a legal analyst, I’ve observed the legal processes in depth over the years, and watched those with money, resources and networks receive justice within a system allegedly designed to serve all. I’ve observed the poor and unknowledgeable suffer, as finances, resources, and networks are very limited or void!
It is our right under the Constitution to petition our courts for justice. What does this say for a Nation of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness — Inalienable Rights?
Slavery Is Alive and Flourishing In America
Poor people are enslaved in America’s Prison Industrial Complex. Indigent legal representation unfolds as inexperienced, underpaid and overworked lawyers provide inadequate representation to the poor – resulting in wrongful convictions; thus, enslavement to the prison industrial complex increases. The use of felonious, unethical, and often, illiterate witnesses is an increasing vehicle for wrongful convictions. The financially disempowered are the burden barriers for society’s ills, but those with money and corporate networks never experience this enslavement.
As the poor suffer, prosecutors and law enforcement officers are becoming even more corrupt in their policies. America incarcerates more individuals, especially minorities, than any other nation in the world. Wrongful convictions are on the rise and corruption is escalating. Slavery is alive and flourishing in America. In my years of service to the community, I’ve come across two distinct cases that yield inconsistencies from the onset.Call us will work for you all the way to the to the end!!!!
Nancy Lockhart has been working with the mother of the Scott sisters for the past five years, ever since getting a letter from Ms. Rasco. and The poor people's campaign Two years and other Activist
Lockhart is a legal analyst specializing in wrongful convictions. After working on the Scott sisters case, she is overjoyed to see them out of jail but says the circumstances are a Catch 22.
GovernorHaley Barbour releasing the sisters on indefinite parole after refusing to grant them a pardon twice in the past.
Jamie Scott is being released for medical conditions, she has stage 5 kidney failure. Her sister Gladys is being released on the condition that she donate of her own kidneys to Jamie.
The sisters originally faced with double life sentences after being convicted of armed robbery in a burglary that netted them just $11. The sisters have always maintained that they are innocent.
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