Can vigilantism to achieve justice ever be warranted on a national basis? It has been said that there is a basic minimum of individual rights of its citizens that States must protect if their subjects are to owe the State obedience to law. What if, however, our 'Nation of Laws' miserably fails to administer justice in the name of law, making a mockery of our judicial systems and making the victims of crime simple collateral damage? Might this foster an organized effort by citizens to balance the scales?
Suffolk, VA (PRWEB) June 19, 2008 -- In his crime novel Phantom Justice, published June 2008, the author appears to make the case that our laws with regard to the worst criminals in our land must be changed.
To read the full press release, click on this link: PRWeb. It has a very nice feature in that my website is attached below and the first page is fully visible.
A little on the scary side is that I noticed that the US Supreme Court Wire picked up the story and you can enjoy my discomfort by following the link for the court. I suppose I better start talking 'nice' about the latest most ridiculous decisions of these Justice Monkeys -oops, I mean Honorable Justices- okay?
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