The legal system is viewed by many as the lynching system. We see Afrikan men and women arrested disproportionately to their total numbers in the population. We are railroaded through the courts or incarcerated as we await court dates because we can't pay exorbitant ransom (bond). We see thousands of Afrikan political prisoners and prisoners of war. So - is this liberty and justice for all? Not for the Afrikan, in a system that is perpetuated by the victimization of the victim. A victimization that is the life blood of this parasite, capitalism.
"MY DANCE WITH JUSTICE,"
Yale Journal of Law and Liberation: Vol. 2
, Article 2.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/yjll/vol2/iss1/2