The U.S. Department of the Illusion of Justice - Part I

The U.S. Department of the Illusion of Justice - Part I

Federal prosecutors know that district attorneys, state prosecutors, and lesser regulatory authorities may not be sufficiently independent enough from the political process to be able to independently investigate officials with top political connections.

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The Inner Circle NYC is a circle jerk of conflicts of interests

The Inner Circle NYC is a circle jerk of conflicts of interests

Journalists, lobbyists, regulators, and politicians intermingled last week-end at the 2015 Inner Circle Show, joining in a free-for-all that cast aside professional independence as New York state confronts a public corruption crisis.

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District Attorneys ignore political corruption just as much as police corruption

District Attorneys ignore political corruption just as much as police corruption

The raging public debate about how New York City's district attorneys do not justly investigate or prosecute police corruption should be enlarged to include their failure to pursue cases of political corruption.

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