U.S. MASS ATROCITIES A DEFINITION AS
'A STANDARD PATTERN & PRACTICE
OF CRIMES AGAINST A POPULATION'
IS AGAIN SATISFIED BY A VERY LONG
CRIME SPREE COMMITTED BY ANOTHER DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE.
COSTING AMERICANS THEIR LIVES,
LIVELIHOODS, AND SUFFERING ABUSES ON
THEM WHILE TAXPAYERS GET FLEECED.
"TERM LIMITS FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEYS"
HAVE BECOME VERY IMPORTANT, BECAUSE
THEY HAVE PROVEN TO CONTINUE A 'STANDARD PATTERN OF ABUSE OF OFFICE'
'WITHOUT THEIR PROSECUTIONS OR PUNISHMENTS FOR THEIR CRIMES'
IMPRISON ALL U.S. SUPREME COURT JUDGES ALSO, BECAUSE THEY ARE CRIMINALLY COPIOUS TO U.S. MASS ATROCITIES, AND THE FBI TOO.
Jones' case is reminiscent of that of John Thompson, an exonerated former death row inmate who won a $14 million judgment against the New Orleans prosecutors, only to have it overturned in a 5-4 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2011. The five conservative-leaning judges in that case said the prosecutor's office couldn't be punished for not providing specific training to young prosecutors on when to turn over evidence to a suspect's lawyer. Justice Clarence Thomas' opinion for the majority noted an absence of "a specific pattern of violations."
THESE PATTERNS EXIST ACROSS THE U.S.,
AND ARE VERY WELL DOCUMENTED...
Jones' lawsuit says a review of publicly available information reveals 45 cases in which the district attorney's office failed to make required disclosures, including 34 that it says occurred before Jones' trial. Nine led to reversals of convictions, the lawsuit said.