Tuesday, January 5, 2016

"Avery and Pattern or Practice"

From Pattern or Practice:

Posted: January 4, 2016 in The Film

"There is a documentary series on Netflix called 'Making a Murderer'.  After viewing it, I am outraged with the injustices which have been  left unchecked in the case of Steven Avery of Manitowoc County in Wisconsin. Avery’s unconstitutional mistreatment at the hands of corrupt local law enforcement is completely unacceptable and is an abomination of due process. However, in Racine County Wisconsin, 60 miles south, the corruption is running a similar course. Racine public officials, Law Enforcement, and State Representatives are conspiring to cover up money laundering, discrimination, racketeering and corruption all the way to Madison, Wisconsin. Only after a recent lawsuit, Holmes vs the City of Racine has information come to light. The residents of the City of Racine, are unaware of the corrupt activities that surround them as are the citizens of Manitowoc as these corrupt activities unfold in the Avery documentary on Netflix. Pattern or Practice – The Lie a sequel to Pattern or Practice is currently in production. Pattern or Practice  started out as a documentary about unfair treatment and discrimination of people of color has exploded into far more. Like the Avery documentary Pattern or Practice –  The Lie  is developing into a shocking behind the scene look at the corruption embedded in Racine County. I’m currently looking for a large producer to take this story national. Please share this post."

Read more: http://patternorpractice.com/2016/01/04/avery-and-pattern-or-practice/

Interesting because I've been watching the series/documentary since kk posted about it: http://www.jtirregulars.com/2015/12/netflix-making-murderer-episode-1.html.  I haven't finished it, but so far the misconduct of the investigators is blatant.

1 comment:

legal stranger said...

One should not be so quick to draw comparisons between Manitowoc and Racine.

Granted both counties had bad D.A.'s at the time.
In Racine county the corrupt Michael Nieskes and in Calumet county the unethical
stalker/hornasaurus Kenneth Kratz.

Seeking to find some similarities between Avery in Manitowoc and the plight of Racine's bar owners is a bit of a stretch.
The Racine County Court system does not act independently from the other branches of government.
Racine's problems involve the collusion between branches of government to deprive individuals and groups of people of their constitutional rights.
Chief Judge Torhorst should be ashamed of his courts reign of legal terror onto the unwitting public.