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Re: [Ira-Einhorn] Do DAs always play by the book?

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  • Jack Sarfatti
    Of course they don t, but neither did Ira. He ran. Had he stayed he would have beat the rap like OJ because he had Bronfman money backing him and had Arlen
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 16, 2007
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      Of course they don't, but neither did Ira. He ran.
      Had he stayed he would have beat the rap like OJ
      because he had Bronfman money backing him and had Arlen Specter as his lawyer.
      Big miscalculation! Fatal. Ira will die in prison. 
      Like Marlene Dietrich tells Orson Welles in
      "A Touch of Evil"
      "Your future is used up."
      On Jun 16, 2007, at 12:17 PM, redemp1946 wrote:

      Anyone seeking evidence that DAs sometimes do not play by the rules
      needs to go no further than the DA who prosecuted (persecuted?) the
      Duke University lacrosse players who were accused of rape. He withheld
      exculpatory evidence, just as did the DA who prosecuted Ira. In my own
      neighborhood, an innocent man spent FOUR YEARS behind bars before he
      was able to get a competent, diligent attorney who revealed that the
      evidence the DA had presented was largely bogus. In most such
      instances, the DA is under considerable pressure, and they would
      certainly prefer nailing someone who is innocent to nailing no one.
      The problem usually is that once they have someone in custody, they
      stop following other leads. In Ira's case, there were a gazillion
      people with motive, means, and opportunity. I don't know that the
      Philly DA investigated any of them.
      Jim Sorrells, Guerneville, CA



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