Corruption in the system

Systemic corruption (or endemic corruption) is corruption which is primarily due to the weaknesses of an organization or process. It can be contrasted with individual officials or agents who act corruptly within the system.

Systemische corruptie (of endemische corruptie) is corruptie die voornamelijk te wijten is aan de zwakheden van een organisatie of proces. Het kan worden vergeleken met individuele functionarissen of agenten die corrupt handelen binnen het systeem.

1 They Had to Endure the Worst Corruption in the System

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24 dec 2021

Wrongful convictions are always heartbreaking stories. Find out how much money these wrongfully convicted people were awarded in this video!

2 Isaiah Andrews Found Not Guilty After Spending 45 Years in Ohio Prison

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2 nov 2021

Isaiah Andrews is now a free man after spending 45 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit.

The 83-year-old was found guilty of murdering his wife back in 1974 and sentenced to life in prison. He spent nearly five decades there, until the Ohio Innocence Project took his case. With their help, Andrews got a new trial and last week a new jury found him not guilty, even though almost all the original witnesses have long since passed away.

Brian Howe, staff attorney for the Ohio Innocence Project, joins Yodit Tewolde on “Making the Case” to discuss Andrews’ long road to freedom.

All this and more on “Making the Case.”

3 Jerk Cop Steals Old Lady’s Seat

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5 apr 2014

Normal, civilized people give their seat up for old people. Denis the Cop, on the other hand, asks people to give their seat up for him. What a jerk!