If you want to know what society and politics is like, just look at the documentary “West Of Memphis”.
In it you will see incompetence and political corruption. The scary thing is, these kinds of things happen way too frequently in our life.
These kids story is just a drop in the ocean.
For those who don’t know it’s about three metal head kids (the Memphis Three) who were arrested for the murders of three 8-year old children. These metal head kids got convicted of murder and remained in prison for more than 18 years.
And what the hell is an Alford Plea?
I looked it up on Wikipedia. The Prosecutors knew they had to release them, but the only way they would do it is by an Alford Plea, so the Memphis Three claim their innocence but plead guilty. The tragedy is the killer still walks free and law enforcement can’t go after any other suspect because a piece of paper says they have the killers.
What kind of society is this?
Is all about votes?
There is nothing here that deals with justice. You can see that a person in power once upon a time came up with this “Alfords Plea” deal so they don’t look bad because of their incompetence in developing tunnel vision.
And the current prosecutor at the end of the doco is a joke. He’s saying those kids are guilty. If they are guilty why didn’t he go to a re-trial then?
He knew he was going to lose the re-trial because the weight of new evidence found was in favour of the Memphis Three and he would lose votes and lose his position as City Prosecutor.
In the end the parents of the murdered kids never got justice because they never found out who the real killer was.
The metal head kids will never get their 18 years in prison back. And a killer/killers are still walking the streets, even though the film alludes to the step father of one of the murdered kids as being a suspect based on his past violence rap sheet, however he wasn’t even interviewed by police.
These injustices are only brought to the light by civil rights crusaders. The rest of society turns a blind eye to it all and gets on with their daily lives of work, live, die and in our spare time, we waste it away watching dystopian shows and movies to escape the political sham and corruption infecting our society and lives.