War On Drugs; Why?

by Barry T



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ISBN-13: 9781725036086
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/07/2018
Pages: 492
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.99(d)

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The information contained in this book was obtained from many sources. On one side, I have been to college for two years and college knowledge is important. In school you read history books and gain a general knowledge of how our country is supposed to be. I gained a real and true appreciation and love of America when I studied how the world was before America was founded; before America established freedom and liberty for people, the whole world was ruled by some form of monarchy and everyone except for nobility was oppressed. During the four years I was in prison, I also had time to read about 200 history books and study law in the prison library. The laws I read about in the library appear to be true and fair and based on True American Principles. On the other side, I have been through the justice system in the real world and have real world experiences. I found out that the law which is read about in the law books and the Bill of Rights which is taught in our history books is not actually practiced in the real courts of America! I was truly shocked when I found this out. My public defender summed it up when she said that, yes your car was illegally searched and you should be found innocent, but the court and judge is going to rule in favor of the police anyway; so take the plea offer.
These contradictions between what the law books say and the real world experiences I had led me to question and think about the justice system and the war on drugs. I determined that America was founded on liberty and freedom, but we have turned into something different. The American people would not have fought and suffered in the American Revolution for anything but liberty and freedom. The founding fathers planted the seeds of liberty which eventually included all colors and sexes of people and continue to spread throughout the world. The founding fathers were afraid that the government they created would grow too big and powerful and become oppressive; the fact that we have more people locked up in prison than China and Russia combined attests to this. The founding fathers also were wise enough to put the ultimate check on government with the people. I also thought that the American People should know that the Bill of Rights is not actually followed by our American government and our American court system today.

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