What do they know about those 12 people sitting in the jury box?
Nothing, absolutely nothing. Some of them have been brainwashed by the prosecutors, others are related to or friends of law enforcement agents, who — even if they claim they can still be fair in their judgments — they are still stubborn in their decisions according to the mentality of law enforcement agents and don’t even pay attention to the evidence presented in court.
Many others (and believe me, you’ll be surprised) are falling sleep during the whole trial, bored because the only reason they are sitting in that jury box is because they received a subpoena and they have no other choice. Those are the ones waiting for other jurors to make a decision and so they can go along with the rest.
We cannot forget the frustrated wives missing “action” at home and having the audacity to contact the out-of-state defense attorney proposing dinner and “something else” when he comes back to town.
If the attorney rejects the proposal there is no question that the woman is going to go against the attorney’s client.
The sad part of all of this is that the judge and the prosecutor are both well aware of the indiscretion of that juror and yet goes along with it.
Because those “jurors of your peers” lots of innocent people have been sent to prison.
Does anybody remember the case of Robert Hayes who, in 1992, was wrongfully accused of molesting his eight-year-old daughter? That man spent 17 years of his life in prison for a crime he never committed.
Why did that happen? Because a deputy district attorney desperately wanting to win a case refused to listen to the explanation of the little girl who claimed over and over that her father never touched her.
You have probably read in the pages of this newspaper about the case of Manuel Menendez, accused of molesting the granddaughter of his wife and sent to prison. When the mother of the little girl and supposed victim of molestation came back to Las Vegas and learned of the incident, a Motion for a new trial was filed and the prosecutors hysterically had a tantrum in the courtroom of Judge Jim Bixler demanding that the judge not grant a new trial.
The mother of the little girl, the daughter of the woman accusing Menendez, testified that every time her mother got divorced from any of her husbands, she accused them of child molestation. The woman testified, “My mother tried to do that when my father left her and wanted us to say that he molested us,” the woman said under oath.
The little girl also testified that she loves her grandpa, that he was always good to her, and that she misses him very much.
At the end Judge Bixler bowed to the wishes and commands of the prosecutors and sent the innocent man back to prison to finish his sentence.
More living proof that judges are afraid of prosecutors and those prosecutors run and control the courtrooms in Clark County.
If I were going to mention the number of people convicted of crimes they never committed, I would need all the pages of the whole newspaper.
It is well known that for prosecutors every case becomes personal and I wonder how personal a case is to a deputy district attorney who is well aware that evidence is not directed to the accused. Is it personal because that prosecutor dislikes black men? Is it personal because the prosecutor would like to interact with a young foreign girl that was brought back to the states at the expense of taxpayers?
Next week you are going to be reading about a very interesting case.
Everything will be disclosed–names of the parties, the judge, the prosecutor of the case, names of all the jurors, attorneys of the case prior to and during the case, and their actions, and every detail of a case of an innocent man.