America Now Has A Dual Justice System. One for Ordinary People and One for People with Enormous Wealth

Amerika in the 21st Century.

 "To the extent laws were broken, we need deterrents. If someone robs a 7-11, they took $500 and they were able to settle the next day for $50 and no admission of wrongdoing, they'd knock over that 7-11 again. And we've seen time after time where people and firms have made tens, one hundreds, billions of dollars. They've settled charges for pennies on the dollar.
Amerika. The Corrupt Oligarchy

Criminogenic-Producing or Intended to Produce Crime and Criminality

“This is not some evil conspiracy of two guys sitting in a room saying we should let people create crony capitalism and steal with impunity. But their policies have created an exceptional criminogenic environment. There were no criminal referrals from the regulators. No fraud working groups. No national task force. There has been no effective punishment of the elites here.”
-William K. Black, a professor of law at University of Missouri, Kansas City, and the federal government’s director of litigation during the savings and loan crisis.

145 Bodies Exhumed From Mass Grave in Mexico. Officials Say More to Come

Body Count Continues to Rise From Mass Grave in Mexico

12 Murders in Less Than Four Hours in Nuevo Leon
An Afternoon in a Sleepy Mexican Village

5 Heads Found in Styrofoam Coolers in Mexico

No pics.
Five Heads in Coolers

Government of Iraq Bans All Protests

Ban on demonstrations in Baghdad:
Yesterday, the Iraqi puppet government banned all demonstrations.  I guess we need to cite that letter by Kanaan Makiyyah in the wake of US invasion of Iraq in 2003 in which he audaciously thanked the Bush administration (on behalf of all Iraqis, presumably--do you know that Paul Wolfowitz and other Zionists hoped that Iraqis would elect Makiyyah as their leader? I kid you not) for invading his country and liberating its people.

Americans Killed in Iraq War:          4,448
Americans Wounded in Iraq War:  33,003
Iraqi Deaths:                                100,444-109,738

$9 billion US taxpayer dollars lost or unaccounted for.
$549.7 million in spare parts shipped to US contractors in 2004 lost and unaccounted for. This figure includes 190,000 weapons.
$1 billion worth of vehicles, RPG's and other equipment and services provided to Iraqi security forces missing.
$1.4 billion worth of overcharges to the US taxpayers by Halliburton
$20 billion charged to US taxpayers by KKR for food, fuel and housing
$390,000 US taxpayer dollars to deploy one soldier in Iraq for one year
30% of US troops develop serious mental conditions within 3-4 months of returning home.

Soon Americans will be forced to work longer for their Social Security and pay more for less in Medicare.


Only Two Detached Heads Found in Mexico. Slow Weekend.

Two Heads Placed on Pedestals. Graphic.

Update: Make That Three Detached Heads Over the Weekend


12:08 ET: Japan may raise the level of the nuke crisis to the most severe, according to Kyodo.
The government is also expected to expand the evacuation zone -- both signs that the crisis is getting worse, not better.
05:35 ET: On Sunday night -- before the latest 7.1 quake -- Japan's government was preparing to extend the evacuation zone to 19 miles, according to Asahi newspaper

Strong Words From a US Senator in 2006

“Increasing America’s debt weakens us domestically and internationally,” the senator said at the time. “Leadership means that ‘the buck stops here.’ Instead, Washington is shifting the burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and grandchildren. America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership. Americans deserve better.”