Wednesday, May 27, 2015

"I Stood Up For A Hero"

Michael J. Diamondstein's closing in the rogue cops case.



13 comments:

  1. Awesome Diamondstein, this brought tears to my eyes. Thank you Officer Speiser for protecting me and my family day in and day out !

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  2. OMG . That was very powerfull & dead nuts the truth.!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. That was better than sex. Yahoo!!!

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  3. The defense attorneys on this case ARE OUTSTANDING!!!!! To say the least. GREAT JOB MR. DIAMDONDSTEIN!
    I heard the Feds are saving all of these as big trials put them up and playing them in federal investigator school so they can learn something.
    If anyone is looking for Wzorek he is now working at the McDonald's on Kensington Ave.

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  4. This is the second time the government has been defeated in a high profile case. What I believed before I witnessed the Traffic Court case and now the police trial was that my government was truthful and worked to stop injustice, what I learned was they are NOT truthful and are doing more INJUSTICE to fellow citizens that I ever imagined. The average person wonders why the federal prosecutors would lie, what benefit would it serve. Ask the 1600 exonerated so far, due to bad science and prosecutorial misconduct and prosecutorial overreaching. Ask the never ending parade of men being freed from prison on a weekly basis that served almost a lifetime in prison for a crime they did not commit.

    Evidence does not lie, distorting the evidence is criminal, which seems to come second nature to the federal prosecutors and FBI agents. The government does not have better attorneys, they have better liars, hence their conviction rate. Having innocent people plead guilty is job one for the feds, fearful of spending long stretches in federal prison having taken their chance with an idol worshipping jury or admit to something they did not do, so they can salvage what is left of their life and get back to their families. This is not the 1950’s, the government lies, and the jury pool believes its doing its civic duty by siding with the government. Hopefully the tide is turning.

    It was traumatic for me to watch an FBI agent lie during the Traffic Court, as an American that had believed in my country right or wrong this was a turning point for me. Never will I believe my government, nor the FBI , nor any articles written by a reporter for a major media publication about a federal trial . With a room full of reporters not one word about the lies. Censorship is what must be the rule at local publications, nothing can explain to me other than fear of losing a job or threats, why the truth was not printed. It was hard to miss the closing arguments of all but one attorney asking for the jury to show leniency to their clients just like they showed the FBI agent. The indictments were sought on lies, the trial was full of lies.
    Traffic Court was a calculated effort on the parts of the government and the state court to bring about the fall of the most successful revenue producing court in Pennsylvania , which worked on plea bargaining. Nothing has changed. If the Supreme Court thought that there were any improprieties, it should have been handled internally, not by their “friends” at the federal building. Killing two birds with one stone, letting someone else do your dirty work and a political pay back. The state is now missing millions and millions of dollar in its coffers that could be used for highway infrastructures, health care and schools.

    The federal prosecutors have left a stain on the souls of good people, a stain now permeates where hope once resided. Who takes responsibility for our new found disgust with our judicial system, who takes responsibility for our inability to trust the people who portray themselves as trustworthy?

    We are talking about people’s lives, how society perceives them, how they feel about themselves. How dare the attorneys for the government take the defendants self-esteem, their reputations, and lifesavings away from good people. How dare they abuse their power. Shame on the media for perpetuation the lies, taking the governments’ flawed evidence and holding it up as irrefutable, is unconscionable. What seems to be a new twist, is how the media continually disparages the innocent after an acquittal. The recent editorials and articles should be signed by their authors, the feds. The media needs to take responsibility for the part they are playing in demoralizing the innocently accused.

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  5. What do you do about the Feds who lie and hide evidence in the cases that they bring to trail.
    They can operate without fear of any punishment for their wrong doings
    That has to change

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    1. They have unlimited power with no accountability and obviously no conscience. Its especially hard when the media is the chief messenger for the feds. No wonder there is so much hatred against politicians, anyone associated with a union, and now the police, the feds feed the press which forms public opinion. Holding the press accountable is also much needed.

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  6. Jack McMahons closing is what you should hear. It was powerful and will tell you all you need to know about this trail. How the drug dealers lied to the grand jury and the feds knew it
    How the feds did no investigation on any part of the grand jury testimony by the drug dealers
    What a disgace

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  7. The Government looked so dumb here. How the hell do you move forward with no real concrete evidence. A bunch of knit wits testify and a dirty cop who got caught red handed, give me a break. It's a big waste of tax payers money, the court should be ashamed of themselves,and those prosecutors should look for a different line of work if they come to the table with that kind of non-sense. I love you Speiser !

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    1. You move forward without real evidence because your the government and the public never doubts their good and wonderful government. Except its a bunch of attorneys looking to make a name for themselves. They have such a high conviction rate because of their adoring public and the tainted jury pool , Imagine a job were there is absolutely no way you could get in trouble for anything you did or anything you said, no matter how erroneous the facts or the charges. People idolized the government, or they did anyway, thanks to this trial.

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  8. Its seems to me the feds set the cops up, they plotted and schemed to trap them, made up false evidence, had witnesses and subordinates lie for them, gave the same false evidence to the grand jury and the jury. Sounds like the feds should be in trouble.

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  9. This squad was the best of the best, the best at what they did.
    You wont get the amount of big drug dealers off the street anymore with out this squad i can assure you that. Other Narcotics officers will tell you that them selves. No one wants to do the work like these guys did and go up the chains to get bigger and bigger fish in the drug sea.
    Especially after this shit show of a trial, youll see even less and less work done in the drug units of the philadelphia police department.
    This squad as a whole as well as Officer Liciardello were really the best of the best at getting the jobs done getting their hands dirty in neighborhoods most people would not want to be in at 12:00 in the after noon.
    Watch as your numbers fall Ramsey as the rest of these special units do the very least just to get by, because you sir ARE A JOKE.

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  10. No Parade for these ex narcs I hear.It sounded crazy to begin with.I can think of plenty of real heroes in this city and they aren't getting a parade.

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