Americans Can Be Imprisoned for Actions That Are Not Crimes by a Corrupt Government [Videos]


During an interview with Sean Hannity, former U.S. Attorney Sydney Powell described a nearly two decades long disintegration in DoJ tactics and their extraordinary abuses of power and the law. It’s all done in the name of putting criminals behind bars.

In a deeply disturbing interview Thursday, Ms. Powell sounded the alarm about a brutal leadership in the FBI that creates crimes, lies, withholds evidence, destroys peoples’ lives financially and emotionally, forces innocent people to plead guilty to crimes they haven’t committed and puts innocent people in solitary confinement for years at a time.

Americans can now be prosecuted, convicted, and imprisoned for actions that are not crimes. And if acquitted, there is no recourse against prosecutors who hid evidence vital to the defense.

She has written a book and numerous articles about it.

Though people now leading the Mueller investigation are guilty of prosecutorial misconduct in the past, Mueller chose them for his team in the Russia-Trump collusion witch hunt.

In her book Licensed to Lie, she takes readers through a series of disturbing events, missteps, and cover-ups in our federal criminal justice system. According to Powell, the malfeasance stretches across all three branches of our government — from the White House to the U.S. Senate, to members of the judiciary. Even worse, the law itself is becoming pernicious.

In this next clip, Powell calls the Mueller team “creeps on a mission”.

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5 years ago

We are on the precipice of the worst Constitutional crisis that this country has ever faced and we have an Attorney General who has recused himself to the detriment of the country. This is flagrant incompetence. If he is unable to perform his “sworn” duties then why is he there. I firmly believe he wanted this job So Bad that he just doesn’t care. He Was a prosecutor at one time and among prosecutors there is a thread of commonality and that is a “protection” of the institution no matter the cost, whether to an individual or any other entity.

One only has to look at the upward mobility of these high-profile prosecutors. They gain notoriety and with that, are able to further their careers in politics. How often have we heard those in Congress make the statement; “I used to be a prosecutor”. Time and again during hearings we hear many make that same statement. Does anyone believe, as former prosecutors, they would question any malfeasance by their fellow compatriots.

I’m reminded of Sodom and the nine surrounding towns that fell. One of the worst violations was their justice system. Eliezer went to the town and was attacked severely and left bloodied. He went to the “judicial system” for justice against the man. The defendant pleaded that he should be paid for “blood-letting” as a remedy. The judge decided in the defendant’s favor, whereupon Eliezer picked up a rock and hit the judge in the head, drawing blood. He then told the judge to collect his money from the defendant. Our justice system today is just as bad as those days.

5 years ago
Reply to  Greg

Yes, all lawyers are members of a society that they owe their allegiance to. Defendants are at the mercy of judges, prosecutors, and defense attorneys that are bound to codes that are extra legal.