The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Yaël

From a very early age, children are taught that the American justice system is the fairest and most accessible in the world. This is to be contrasted with the endless examples of banana republics and kangaroo courts offered abroad, which promise nothing but corruption, injustice, and arbitrary rule of law. In the United States of America, the rudimentary assumption hummed and sung is that all American citizens are entitled to due process when charged with a crime, facing the accuser and the evidence presented against him, supposedly drawing a stark comparison to those harsh societies previously mentioned. There is a […]