Death toll for prosecutorial misconduct rings in Maricopa County

There’s hardly a less likely location for judicial ethics to prevail over prosecutorial misconduct than Maricopa County, Arizona.

But that’s where it happened.

The mainstream media won’t make much of this monumental ruling; it’s in their best interests to have the crud of the crop of prosecutors rise to the top, not the cream … they need corrupt lawyers in high places to continue to mega-merge and control more market segments than a democracy that wishes to remain a democracy can allow.

So it’s up to we the people, particularly we the corruption victims, to spread the word that the Honorable Sally Schneider Duncan truly is honorable, and that because she is, we at long last have a chance at justice, if we act fast.

Maricopa prosecutors know that continuing Courtney Bisbee’s incarceration serves to preserve their self-sullied reputations, not justice. Courtney’s accusers have not only recanted, they’ve become her champions.

Share this post widely: let what began in Maricopa County gain momentum there, and spread outward across our nation.

http://www.azcentral.com/ic/pdf/martinson-ruling.pdf

Update: I’ve gotten word that the wrongdoers intend to push back against this courageous, clarion-call ruling. Again I ask that you please share this post widely.

Sample Tweet: @countyattorney – Man-up to Schneider-Duncan’s ruling instead of heinously pushing back. #FreeCourtneyBisbee, for starters.

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About Susan Chandler

Now-disabled interior/exterior designer dragged into battling conviction corruption from its periphery in a third personal battle with civil public corruption.
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