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October 19, 2012

Illinois law should be changed so that juries can acquit guilty person if they feel it is just

Filed under: Uncategorized — Linda Shelton @ 4:42 pm

Illinois law should be changed so that juries can acquit guilty person if they feel it is just.



  1. Hi Linda, I agree with you 100% that the law must be changed. You have done a great service to enlighten folks on the corruption that exist in Illinois courts. I have, in the past attempted to blog with you with no response. Remember, I am the guy that was convicted of manufature/possesion of cannabis in 1994 for refusal to comply with State Prosecutor, Gregory Grigsby’s attempt to solicit a bribe of $100,000 from my famly to drop the charges against me. He had droped the charges against Pat Buchanan, the only person living on the premises at the time of the police raid. This case was realy special since the prosecutor could not prove a crime had been committed where there was no cannabis found on the proprerty. Anyway, keep up the good work.

    Comment by Rick Beckham — October 19, 2012 @ 6:47 pm

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