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Re: “Judge considering lawsuit over law targeting Hope doctor

The law being used to limit competition, the law being used to control what your neighbor does. The law is used for personal advancement, not to protect society. Welcome to Arkansas and small backwash towns like Arkadelphia, Ar. Where they have been using the legal system for years just to advance a few. How much easier to control the results of the legal system when you work as both Defense and Prosecuting Attorney. I feel most Attorneys would see an ethical conflict with holding both positions, but then there are always a few morally and ethically bankrupt attorneys, like Taylor King, who seems more than ready to sell his soul for profit/power. When will Arkansas get back to a legal system which protects society and not used to advance some disturbed individuals.
http://www.arkansasinjustice.com/

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Posted by Hebrews on 09/27/2013 at 6:09 PM

Re: “UPDATE: Hastings jury goes home for the night, resumes tomorrow

Your right, an appeal is the only way the get justice or a fair trial in Arkansas. Ethics is long gone in the Arkansas legal system. The only way to get a fair trial or any legal ethics in a trial, is to appeal until the case is taken outside the Arkansas legal system and maybe get an attorney outside Arkansas. Ethical attorneys are far and few in Arkansas. http://www.arkansasinjustice.com/

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Posted by Hebrews on 09/25/2013 at 11:51 AM

Re: “State and defense object to Judge Griffen's orders in Josh Hastings retrial; defense calls for him to get off case

I watch with interest to see how this trial progresses. It doesn’t look like a trial in Arkansas. This trial is proceeding because the news has highlighted it. If this were to happen in a small town in Aransas such as Arkadelphia, Arkansas, Would it already been sweep under the rug? The case decided between the Prosecutor and a Defense Attorney paid by the Prosecutor’s office. Try to convince the rest of the Country that Arkansas has the same legal system as them, while small towns as Arkadelphia pervert the legal system to benefit a few who are in power. Shame on the few attorneys in the small towns such as Arkadelphia who don’t have the guts to speak up and say this is wrong and help to bring some justice into their legal system. How many innocent people have the let be convicted.
arkansasinjustice.com/

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Posted by Hebrews on 08/21/2013 at 8:08 AM

Re: “Shazam! Arkansas jails and prisons are filling up with parole violators

Maybe we need to take another look who is in the jails and prisons. Crooks like attorneys Taylor King And Henry Morgan are out walking around while people they used to increase Morgan's chances at re-election are in prison or at the least convicted of crimes they didn't commit. I would like to know how many other states would allow a prosecutor to work a defense attorney, defending people against the same prosecutor's office who is paying him. It would sound like a moral and ethic conflict for some, but if you are morally and ethically bankrupt as Taylor and Morgan are, they seem to have no problem with it. Still calling for a federal investigation into how many cases were thrown in the name of Greed by these 2. I leave with the way I feel. Taylor told me "it would cost "X" amount of dollars to make me a priority in his office". Then I find the prosecutor office was paying him much more than I paid him. By Taylor Kings own words, who was the priority in his office?
http://www.arkansasinjustice.com/



1. The United States has the highest documented incarceration rate in the world. At year-end 2009, it was 743 adults incarcerated per 100,000 population.
2. In total, 6,977,700 adults were under correctional supervision (probation, parole, jail, or prison) in 2011 – about 2.9% of adults in the U.S. resident population.[
3. According to The Times-Picayune, "a majority of Louisiana inmates are housed in for-profit facilities, which must be supplied with a constant influx of human beings or a $182 million industry will go bankrupt."

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Posted by Hebrews on 08/03/2013 at 8:37 AM

Re: “Judge Leon Holmes recuses from challenge of Arkansas same-sex marriage ban

A judge or an attorney do something honorable and not go for the money, I never thought I would see it. Law school does an excellent job of weeding people out who have integrity or values. Maybe it was because he went to school years ago, he forgot he wasn’t supposed to have a moral values.
http://www.arkansasinjustice.com/

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Posted by Hebrews on 07/19/2013 at 4:12 AM

Re: “ACLU files suit over police brutality case in Dover

Great story David, thanks for taking the time to report it. I also hope the ACLU moves beyond this instance in Dover, to other communities who need the same help here in Arkansas. Judging by the comments, it's about time some light was shed on this problem.

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Posted by Hebrews on 07/10/2013 at 12:38 PM

Re: “ACLU files suit over police brutality case in Dover

Ms Sklar is so right about the need for independent oversight of police departments. The words “they chose this case”, shows how often this is going on in small towns in Arkansas, where police officers often get their job for who they know not their skills or training. I am still dealing with a case in Arkadelphia Ar., where police were more concerned about taking care and covering for their friends than doing their job. How many people are in jail because of corrupt or incompetent police? And yes, it could happen to anyone, once I exposed the incompetence in not only the police, but also the judicial system in Arkadelphia, my criminal record was expunged, but I’m sure there are others that did not have the 10’s of thousands of dollars it cost me and my family. I have tried to get Arkadelphia system investigated for years, even talking to David Koon of the Arkansas Times. No one seems to want to take on the small town systems. I talked to 2 attorneys in my search for justice, who told me they did not practice in South Arkansas because the “good ole boy” system was alive and well down there. One attorney just said “you won’t get anywhere fighting it” the other started telling me horror stories of court proceedings they had in southern counties. What a shame for those who live in them. My case is backed with evidence, witnesses, court documents and I still can’t get anywhere. See my web site. http://www.arkansasinjustice.com/

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Posted by Hebrews on 07/10/2013 at 8:18 AM

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