Friday, December 13, 2013

Money buys Injustice: Rich Kid Avoids Prison

Money buys justice

Government of the Rich by the Rich for the Rich. Omg being rich is now a defense to kill people. If that is a defense, then being poor should would be a good defense for robbing a store for food and money.This is not a racial incident...its just another great example of "justice bought and paid for." Justice is nonexistent in America. Yes in America. It has been for many, many years. This just makes it official that "Justice" is for sale. You would expect this story to be front pages of major newspapers, magazines, radio and TV powerhouse if it was in Nigeria or Africa. But no its America, so its filed under weird or bizarre news.

Ethan Couch was sentenced in a Fort Worth, Tex. juvenile court to 10 years probation for the drunk driving crash that ended the lives of youth pastor, Brian Jennings; Hollie and Shelby Boyles; and Breanna Mitchell. As part of his sentence, the 16 year old will be sent to a private counseling center that costs $450,000.

Prosecutors asked that Couch serve 20 years in prison. His blood alcohol level was .24, three times the legal limit for an adult.  

"Psychologist G. Dick Miller testified for the defense that Ethan Couch suffered from "affluenza," a condition in which "his family felt that wealth bought privilege and there was no rational link between behavior and consequences."  

Doctors and Physicians worldwide haven't heard of such condition. It's not in the medical diagnosis. It's not a term. It's a word for the rich. One beautifully coined to escape Justice.

It's just another simple way of saying that wealth buys justice and in-justice as Ethan's case may be.


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