Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Grand juror bias in Waco biker killings case

The grand jury for the Waco mass-murder biker shoot-out includes an active-duty Waco detective with 26 years experience.  The "judge" doesn't see any problems  The judge thinks stated ''Who is better qualified in criminal law than someone who practices it all the time." Where to they find these judges? In murder cases, even the appearance of impropriety is unacceptable.



    Desperate measures are needed when your operation is filmed planting evidence. Stacking the grand jury is small potatoes regarding this waco fiasco.

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  3. It may be small potatoes in one sense, but even the guilty have a right to due process. under both the Texas and U.S. Constitutions.Constitutional rights are not small potatoes. Further, even the appearance of impropriety is unacceptable in a murder case.