Monthly Archives: September 2006

Police Corruption

Police corruption is something that can go undetected for long periods of time, but when a scandal breaks, it often exposes many individuals—from patrol officers on the streets, all the way up to their supervisors. Most police officers will not … Continue reading

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Construction of Injustice

Investing in lies and blaming the youth Ruminate, Murder is designed to hide the truth Murder is designed to hide the truth Murder is designed to hide the truth 5 deaths, 5 deaths in the county jails in less than … Continue reading

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Who is Policing the Police?

“It’s the fox in charge of the henhouse,” noted one Urbana resident at a recent City Council meeting. He was expressing in the negative the most elementary principle of justice: you just can’t investigate yourself. The rule applies to government … Continue reading

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The Injustice System in Champaign County

Recent events have convinced me that the justice system in Champaign County is skewed against the African American population and should be more properly referred to as an injustice system. There have been excessive charges against blacks, retaliatory prosecution and … Continue reading

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