Article Image
News Link • Criminal Justice System

Just Because You're Innocent Doesn't Mean You Aren't Guilty

• USA Today
Terrell McCullum did not commit a federal crime by carrying a shotgun and a rifle out of his ex-girlfriend's house.
But he is serving a federal prison sentence for it. And the fact that everyone — including the U.S.Justice Department— agrees that he is legally innocent might not be enough to set him free.

1 Comments in Response to

Comment by Ed Price
Entered on:

It's called "due process." It's an act of Government looking at the little due process and ignoring the foundational due process. But it comes as no surprise. After all, there isn't a person in Government in the whole country who abides by the due process of obeying his Oath of Office and the Constitution from his heart, which thing is the most foundational due process of all.

Join us on our Social Networks:


Share this page with your friends on your favorite social network:

Purse.IO Save on All Amazon Purchases