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Book details
  • Genre:LAW
  • SubGenre:Criminal Law / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:100
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781543934939

Three Billboards Outside Boston, Massachusetts

Prosecute the Persecutors Who Abuse Federal Prosecutorial Power

by William M. Connolly

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Overview
This is the true story of malicious federal prosecutors who have and continue to abuse power, bully, stage sham show trials, frame innocents, seek disproportionate punishments, flagrantly administer justice unequally, cut ridiculously lenient deals with patently perjurious serial killers who change stories in mid-stream then use them as witnesses against innocent persons oftentimes out of petty political/personal motivation and who constantly subvert America's federal and state courts and departments of "justice." This book is about them, the bad guys, bad federal prosecutors, but also about the many good guys, some of whom you'll meet herein. Constructed less legalistically and more literarily, artistically, it is intended to appeal to a wide audience of professionals, students, concerned citizens, from disparate fields, and to future generations of First Amendment freedom fighters, social justice warriors and their compatriots who hunger and thirst for justice's sake.
Description
This is the true story of malicious federal prosecutors who have and continue to abuse power, bully, stage sham show trials, frame innocents, seek disproportionate punishments, flagrantly administer justice unequally, cut ridiculously lenient deals with patently perjurious serial killers who change stories in mid-stream then use them as witnesses against innocent persons oftentimes out of petty political/personal motivation and who constantly subvert America's federal and state courts and departments of "justice." This book is about them, the bad guys, bad federal prosecutors, but also about the many good guys, some of whom you'll meet herein. Constructed less legalistically and more literarily, artistically, it is intended to appeal to a wide audience of professionals, students, concerned citizens, from disparate fields, and to future generations of First Amendment freedom fighters, social justice warriors and their compatriots who hunger and thirst for justice's sake.
About the author
William M. Connolly is the author of nine books; this is his seventh on law and history. He is a graduate of Boston College, Harvard School of Public Health, Suffolk Law School and studied medicine for four years at Georgetown Medical School, 9/67-10/71. He was a Commissioned Officer in the United States Public Health Service detailed to ADAMHA's National Institutes on Drug Abuse and elsewhere (1974-1977). He worked during the 1980s at the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection as a contracted planner and environmental toxicologist, and then for 20 years in the law offices of William F. Coyne, Jr., on 6 and 11 Beacon Street, Beacon Hill, and at 546 East Broadway, South Boston, concentrating on Environmental Law, First Amendment Free Speech Law, research and writing. An original abridged Author's mini-autobiography is included as a chapter of this book.
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