Betrayal and Corruption

At the end of the trial of Claudia McDover the judge, in a prepared text –

…lashed out at her “astonishing greed,” her “sickening dishonesty,” her “cowardly betrayal” of the trust given her by the voters. A stable society is built on notions of fairness and justice and it’s left to “judges like you and me” to make sure all citizens are protected from the corrupt, the violent, and the forces of evil.

John Grisham, The Whistler, last page.

Think Geoffrey Cox, Attorney General of the United Kingdom, and Tommy Robinson. Not forgetting the incarceration in prison or psychiatric hospitals of other British whistleblowers who have spoken out against the abuse, rape, torture and murder of children. And across the pond, Chelsea Manning, another victim of a contemptible court.