Malicious Prosecution Against Amy Cooper Continues
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Intelligent Party
2020-10-15 00:41:33 UTC

Now, the New York Times reports she made a second call, in which she claims she
was a victim of attempted assault. Yet she ACTUALLY WAS: upon her dog. The New
York Times is perhaps an example of "fake news," as it always comes up with some
excuse to make the intellectual anti-party, who might, for instance, take Amy's
side; say "it's okay," you can screw away Government. It's not okay. The
prosecution's a crime, and I've already discussed this in previous messages:


There is now an attempt to make a "plea bargain," against an INNOCENT WOMAN, WHO
WAS A VICTIM OF ATTEMPTED ROBBERY. Amy's done nothing wrong, and we demand
justice for her, and she deserves her job back with full restitution. The people
who believe so much in hurting people, and WHO are participating in her
prosecution - unlike the black man who attempted to rob her pooch (we wouldn't do
anything to him either after the fact), THEY, IF ANYONE, DESERVE TO GO TO JAIL!
Intelligent Party
2020-10-15 00:48:12 UTC
Intelligent Party
2020-10-27 23:18:25 UTC
It's not okay to make Amy, or anyone a scapegoat. The problem is motivation for
crime, crime itself, and the way Police respond to crime. The Police accost and
arrest people without indictment of a Grand Jury:

"No person shall be held... unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury"
- U.S. Constitution, 5th Amendment

And even with a Grand Jury, there is nothing civil about punishment. It is always
capital execution, and always a very very serious thing.

There are 8 million cases of fraud in the U.S. yearly. The average fraud is
$130,000. There is $1 Trillion in fraud in the U.S. yearly. Are you going to
throw 8 million people in prison every year?

Oppression such as the drug war, is illegal. (Though as always, it ought be said,
drugs ought be marketed as medicine and poison, and no more as party-fun, than
snake oil as a cure for cancer.)
ECONOMIC INEQUALITY is the cause of so much motivation for crime. It's not about
BLACK LIVES MATTER. It's about POOR LIVES MATTER. Why are the black people
running in with the law all the time? Why are they stereotyped as criminals?
Because they're poor. First slavery, then segregation, set them back, but they're
not the only poor people in our society.
Nepotism - favoritism to your relatives - isn't equality. Nepotism, is not
justice. While I guess 50% of the police conflict involves oppression of 100%
innocent, people for drugs, weapons, and the like; 42.5% involves property crime,
(including 7.5% villainy(murderous)): economics, poverty. (The other 7.5%, by
escalating insults, and crazy people, also villainy(murderous)).

It's unfair. It's unfair that your parents helped you less than this guy's
parents, and more than that guy's parents.

Are you supposed to just be orphaned at 18?

Everyone deserves an EDUCATION, and everyone deserves, to be able to BUY A HOUSE.

There is nothing civil about punishment. And when it's wrong; it's murder. Yes,
this is an accusation of murder against Amy's persecutors. We should not stand
for this. We should not stand for black men being tackled without indictment.
While self defense, and the rules of engagement, also deserve more study.

But without economic equality, without equal economic opportunity. People, black
people, white people, all kinds of people, are going to steal. They're going to
steal from you. And some of them will turn to murder. While withholders allow so
many to die in the gutter.

The people of America should know how much property there is. Because only a few
are as rich as those famous people you see on T.V. But everyone should have equal
economic opportunity through education. And perhaps, everyone's consumption
should be equalized, while we somehow take care to protect and save economic
capital in the hands of individuals. 50% of the U.S. economy is small businesses.

We're all equal in Cost, and Expense, and Spirit. We have differing assets: 1.
Our Brains, 2. Our Bodies, 3. Our Work Experience, 4. Our Academic Credentials, 5.
Our Brand, if we're famous, 6. Our Talent. And of course, 7. Our Economic Assets.
For a 5% return on $1 Billion is $50 million dollars per year, for doing NOTHING.
Most people, don't make that with any toil.

"No person shall be held... unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury"
- U.S. Constitution, 5th Amendment

"This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in
Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the
Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the
Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or
Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding."
- U.S. Constitution, Article VI, Clause 2

The U.S. Federal Code never said you DON'T need a Grand Jury. So how is it, the
States violate the Constitution, with such arrests at any time? It is against the
U.S. Federal Code, to violate the U.S. Constitution.

Retaliation against an innocent woman, who has nothing to do with false arrest by
illegal Police Officers, is a crime.