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Deceptive Justice


The initial start of this website were the articles in The Times regarding Liam Allan. I couldn’t imagine that justice is so fragile and delicate, that someone with a good character, as described by prosecutor Jerry Hayes about Liam Allan, could simply disappear into prison without batting an eye and consequently be labeled as a lifelong sexual offender.

Hence, the subtitle: Liam as a metaphor for a failing justice system.

Later, I read poetry by Princes Dephine regarding her personal struggle to be recognised;

“Justice is a nonsense word
That does not exist in this world”

Pushed to my last resort
I took my father to court
It was all over the news
The family was not amused
Some people were horrible
It was terrible
I kept level headed
In the old days I would be beheaded
The judges listened with deaf ears
Knowing the outcome was clear
Power took over
The whole charade was a cover
Lady justice is not blind
She has left me in a bind
Blacklisted, outcast
My future will not be my past
Justice is a nonsense word
That does not exist in this world

Delphine Boël
Delphine van Saksen-Coburg
Daughter of king Albert II
Princess of Belgium
Royal Highness

Not everyone is honest – Not everyone is fair

We are dealing with people who acquire power and who abuse that power.

“Cannibalization” refers to the act of one individual or group consuming the flesh of another human being.

In the context of the passage of the text, it’s describing a horrifying event where members of the militia of the Abir Congo Rubber Company allegedly engaged in the mutilation and consumption of the five-year-old daughter, Boali, and her mother, after the father, Nsala Wala, failed to meet the rubber harvesting quotas set by the overseers appointed by the company.

The passage highlights the extreme brutality and inhumanity that occurred during the Belgian Congo’s exploitation era, portraying it as a profound representation of evil at its most abhorrent. It underscores the atrocities committed during that period, emphasizing the importance of remembering and acknowledging these historical horrors to prevent their recurrence and to honor the victims.

King Leopold II and the Congo Free State

Wrongful convictions

One of the fundamental purposes of a justice system is to protect people from others violating their legal interests.
In cases that turn out to have resulted in wrongful convictions, it is the criminal justice system itself that victimizes persons who have not committed any crime but are punished nonetheless. “Deeply concerning”, of erg onrustwekkend.

Notice. No clue, no piece of information, and no element can explain why those people end up in  prison. It is the extreme situations of fraudulent justice or ‘a perversion of justice’ These are the examples mentioned in point 3 and subsequently in point 9 on the home page. It is the omnipotence of justice that is used to intentionally do wrong or other forces are at play. (it is not the margin of error within the judiciary).

1 Man Wrongfully Imprisoned for 39 Years

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15 mei 2017

Ricky Jackson spent nearly 4 decades behind bars, but thanks to the work of the Ohio Innocence Project and Mark Godsey, he was exonerated. He shares his incredible story.

A thirteen-year-old boy was threatened to give a false testimony, claiming that harm would come to his sick mother. When he himself fell ill and told the chaplain in the hospital about the burden on his conscience regarding his false testimony that led to Ricky Jackson being imprisoned as an innocent man, Ricky Jackson was finally acquitted of all charges and released from prison 39 years later.

Once you end up in the clutches of justice through the bag of tricks, in other words, 100% framed, you can no longer escape from it by mishandling the case. Ricky Jackson is one in a thousand, where an Innocence Project has been working for years to get a clearly innocent person exonerated.

Once you end up in the justice system, even when you don’t understand how this can happen, one can then shamelessly do whatever they want.

Please listen to more video’s about Ricky Jackson

This is no longer justice.

Notice ‘The dignity of the lawyer’:

  Raise Eyebrows

The situation you’re in
Why does someone make a website like this?

2 Adam Foss Message

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3 Adam Foss: “As a defender, you’re sort of powerless”

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The attorney talks about his realization that the prosecutor had all the power when it came to keeping children out of jail. He’s joined on stage by other professionals advocating for youth during Tina Brown Live Media’s American Justice Summit in New York City.
What is the purpose of the website?

4 Cop attends wedding of baby he saved 20 years ago

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18 aug. 2014

A police officer from Yonkers, N.Y., saved a baby’s life 20 years ago. Now, he is attending her wedding. Lee Woodruff has the story

5 Seeing Beauty Everywhere | Street Philosophy With Jay Shetty

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Gepubliceerd op 14 sep. 2016

Motivational philosopher Jay Shetty encourages us to see beauty everywhere.

6 Nick Vujicic’s Life Without Limbs

10 jun. 2015

Despite his differences, Nick is always ready to take on the world. Born Without Limbs premieres Wednesday, June 17 at 9/8c.

7 Andrew Stanton: The clues to a great story

21 mrt. 2012

Filmmaker Andrew Stanton (“Toy Story,” “WALL-E”) shares what he knows about storytelling — starting at the end and working back to the beginning. (Contains graphic language …)

Understanding the idea behind the website
One step at a time

8 Man Leaves Baby Stroller On a Bike Lock

4 okt. 2014

Bad parenting at its finest! This guy leaves his baby stroller tied to a bike rack, and apparently the police is in on it too.
Gags are filmed in Québec. Originality, authenticity and joie de vivre…

Is this still a society?

Is this still a church?

Is this still justice?

Are you still  human?

Emotional Impact

Deceptive Justice