Supreme Injustice: Are SC Justices Clueless About The Law?


Or are they party to the crime?

While “going after” the defaulters, the court once again repeated the old con line “Jail defaulters if they don’t pay back.” That’s it? Is there a new law of the land that states “If a thief returns the stolen money, he has committed no crime and must be set free”? Now I am certain there is no such law. And I am certain the justices of the supreme court are aware of that. The only conclusion I can draw from that is that at the very least they follow two sets of laws: one for the rich, and one for the poor.

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2 Responses to “Supreme Injustice: Are SC Justices Clueless About The Law?”


  1. 1 Observer October 21, 2010 at 11:07 pm

    That’s it. As long as we make compromises on vital issues as law and order, then we will definitely stay in the quicksand 😦

    • 2 nota October 22, 2010 at 8:01 am

      Now add to that the non-decision on the eighteenth amendment. Again both ‘sides’ are claiming ‘victory’ over the (non)decision: Gilani saying “See, SC ruling proves SC agrees parliament is supreme’ and SC talk heads saying “See, Justices have shown restraint but ruled SC has the right to strike down the amendments”. What a crock. The only thing this (non)decision (remember also that they “kept quiet on the rest of the 26 challenges”) puts a biggest possible stamp of approval on the supposedly dead doctrine of necessity.

      Of course it is being hailed as a great decision:
      18th Amendment: Ball back in parliament’s court
      Court’s decision hailed in political, legal circles
      BARF!


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