Monday, December 28, 2009

High Court To Consider
Government's Low Tactics

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler - December 28th, 2009 - American Thinker

... This parade of monstrosities might seem like something out of a dystopian novel or a third-world country, but it happened to an American citizen theoretically protected by the American Constitution. What's worse, the courts -- largely unwilling to second-guess the government when it comes to property rights, which are unique among constitutional guarantees -- signed off on the down-zoning scheme, ignored the scope of the project rule, allowed the trial manipulation, and thus rubber-stamped thirty years of government abuse of Gilbert Fornatora.

I would argue that this case has already proved there is no justice in America - our Constitution means nothing. The Supreme Court, by tolerating the continuing and ongoing abuses of government goons all over our nation (not just in this case but on a regular basis), has already destroyed our Constitution. Even if Fornatora wins, he will have endured many years of government oppression sanctioned by our Supreme Court. No matter what the ruling at this late date, that oppression will not be undone. Nor will anything ever be done to punish the goons who practiced that oppression.

What is sad is that most lawyers and judges think somehow our courts are great because people who have enough money and persistence can ultimately get justice... maybe. I argue that the reality is America has become a nation where oppression is common because our courts are corrupt. This case proves my argument, and no matter the outcome, it will still prove it. Victory by Fornatora will merely be farce.


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