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RE:  "Ending the War on Drugs"

 

Just like any other business endeavor (legal or illegal), as long as a steady supply of customers exists to make the sale of illicit drugs, profitable, there is very little that any government official/agency can do to stop drug trafficking, illicit drug sales or use, etc., etc.

 

Furthermore, crying about going to prison for committing a criminal act that he or she truly committed is useless.   

 

The best weapon against illicit drug use is to not be a user or engage in illicit drug trafficking in the first place. 

 

The best tool, advice, constructive tactic to keep from going to jail/prison is to be a law abiding citizen.    If any illegal activity takes place just make sure that it is anyone else but you.  

 

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-965365

 

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-936676

 

The only individuals from within the Black community that I have sympathy for, engage in defending, or speaking in behalf of are any truly innocent Black men or women falsely accused,  or condemning any lawyer, or elected official who fails to be competent in using his or her influence to protect the Constitutional rights of the the innocent.

 

http://www.yourblackworld.net/...-mass-incarceration/

 

Selected comment:

 

 "The problem with MASS-INCARCERATION is not the USA JUST_US system…

The problem is with Black people; as the old saying goes, ignorance of the law is no excuse…

When you nine (9) out of ten (10) Blacks taking plea deals, and pleading guilty because of their ignorance, then there is nothing you can do about that…

You go to any city in America, and Black folks will tell you, you better take that deal, these white folks don’t play here…and this is all too common among Blacks…

1) Never give up your right to “REMAIN SILENT”…

2) Never give up your right to a “SPEEDY TRIAL”…

These are the most common rights we give up as a whole…I have been charged with every crime under the SUN, just for being Black…held in jail with a high bond for months waiting to go to trial…put in cells with thugs, and had to fight daily, because the people think that I will plea guilty to their erroneous charges…

NEVER, to strong for that, my mind is not week…

You have Black court appointed attorneys convincing their clients to plea guilty, instead of the attorney doing their job to investigate a case; I guess it is a lot easier to get  $30,000.00 to convince your own race to plea guilty, then to have to work for the money and help convince a jury they are not guilty…

There is nothing your “NOT  the Black people’s President” can do for you…it is like education, it must start in the home…but for some reason, families are first one’s to convince you to take the deal" -PB Short.  

 

http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=50143485n http://www.cbsnews.com/2102-18560_162-57575891.html

60 Minutes, Sunday, March 24, 2013, “Blindsided: The exoneration of Brian Banks”. The woman, Wanetta Gibson, who made the false claim of rape against Brian Banks is black. “As his day in court approached, Brian says that his lawyer feared that he wouldn’t get a fair trial, based on his age, size & race. So she, an African-American herself, convinced Brian to plead no contest to a crime he insisted he didn’t commit.”. -Attorney Elizabeth Harris should be barred from practicing law.

Furthermore, unlike Brian Banks and other Black men and women, who are innocent, but who allow themselves to be talked into pleading "no contest" which is equivalent to "pleading guilty", no matter how many threats of jail time, prison incarceration, or bad advice are sent my direction by unethical city prosecutors,  any incompetent spineless attorney, etc., etc. 

 

PB Short is also on target, and he definitely has more common sense, practical knowledge and backbone than a Barack Obama, multiple members of the CBC, numerous Black lawyers, and/or a sell out and misguided university educated blatantly dysfunctional Black middleclass.

 

But Oh well, there are numerous Black attorneys and other misguided individuals out there who spend more time advising the truly innocent to "plead no contest" than insisting on being ethical and competent in the interest of protecting the Constitutional rights of the law abiding and innocent.

 

 

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