posted on Jun, 28 2011 @ 07:37 PM
Originally posted by studio500
He's just one who's confessed.
How many more are there that haven't yet confessed, allowing innocent citizens to rot in jail!
Doesn't it make you just sick that there are plenty of more people like him out there and that the system protects them
First, if a police officer lies in order to falsely convict someone he should immediately lose his/her status as an officer of the law for the rest of
his/her life. Second, all of said officer's income ever accumulated from duty shall be given to the falsely accused (yes, I mean ALL INCOME). If the
officer's existing credit does not suffice the officer's assets will be seized starting from the most valuable down to the least. These assets will
be auctioned off to the public to the highest bidder on an individual basis. This process of seizure and auctioning off of the officer's property
will not cease until all the income the officer made in his/her lifetime of service is given to the falsely convicted. The total income will also
include the value of all the benefits used by said officer while in service. If there is a remaining total after this process the officer will
accumulate a debt to the falsely convicted mirroring the remaining total the officer as yet to pay. This debt must be payed off in the time the
falsely convicted was imprisoned (30 years imprisoned, means 30 years to pay off the debt). The falsely convicted will be able to collected applicable
unemployment checks from the officer during this time. During this time of debt payment the officer's individual income tax will be increased to 50%
(the individual income tax may be increased if the officer's normal tax bracket equals or exceeds the 50% tax rate). The tax collected above what
would be the officer's normal income tax bracket will be seized and given to the falsely convicted. If the falsely convicted becomes deceased during
this period the remaining total will be given to the next of kin. If the falsely convicted has no next of kin the IRS will collect remaining debt from
the officer until the debt is fully payed off. With the remaining total collected by the IRS, mail informing the public of this failure of justice
will be distributed to as many people as possible (selected at random) using the collected credit from the officer.
The falsely convicted will receive an I.D. card proving his/her false conviction to the general public. As long as the falsely convicted has not
committed any other crime he/she by law does not have to answer any question pertaining to criminal record by any employer. The potential employer may
verify the falsely convicted's condition with the verification number on the card. Any potential employer still requiring any further clairification
from the falsely accused under such conditions will face up to a $1,000,000 fine in which half will be given to the falsely accused.