Law and order
they say in America, “law and order” in these moments to defeat society’s inequalities.
In times of unrest, riots, a financial and civil crisis, the only remedy is the strength of reason and law.
That law that was so dear to Falcone and Borsellino and which they were managing to defeat the cancer of civilization, Mafia.
Same Mafia defeated during the fascism by the prefect Cesare Mori in Sicily and then resurrected after 45′.
After losing my job in London, I ventured to work in a restaurant, “San Lorenzo,” where I had the good fortune to meet a very dear friend and prestigious journalist of “The Guardian” <
He came and sat down at his table to eat, submerged by documents and papers.
He told me that he was busy writing a book-interview dedicated to a Mexican general who had managed to defeat the Mafia and criminality using fascist methods.
He told me that knowing him, he was a terrible and intransigent person, of other times, but at the same time useful and competent in his work, reaching his goal with success.
Libidine also reached by the former mayor of
New York Rudolph Giuliani was supported by Giovanni Falcone during police work by crime in the Big Apple.
Well, you reached the order quota using the method “Zero Tolerance” zero tolerance, having no mercy on criminals and delinquents.
As well as the “broken windows theory” theorem where there is degradation, there is more and more, and if there is cleanliness, people are encouraged to keep cleaner and cleaner.
To end up to the present day with the coronavirus health crisis, wherein China, the pandemic forerunner, managed to get out entirely by asking people to sacrifice and cooperate.
For the non-contributors to the case, methods of other times ,with the end of being executed instantly should not be rendered in vain the imprisonment ordered from above.
John Kennedy, in his inaugural speech, asked his fellow citizens to “Do not ask what your country can do for you, but what you can do for it and to make it better.”
According to historical reminiscences, it is the only way to get out of crises and make democracy; however, full of problems, the only way to keep freedom available to all.
Always with the support of Justice.
An invitation to collaborate,
An essential trait of the neoliberal ideology that marks the passage from “left-wing” to “right-wing” liberalism is the value and meaning given to social injustice.
One of the objectives of the governments of the previous liberalism was social justice, where the concept of justice could not be separated from that of equity (it is the idea of John Rawls, justice as equity) and equality (social equality is one of the significant demands of the movement of ’68).
Neoliberalism consolidates an idea of justice as freedom, where fairness and equality are not only objectives in themselves, but would even be negative features of social organization, as they would undermine the principles of competition, the pursuit of excellence, meritocracy that would be the basis of individual “virtuous” behavior that leads to the welfare of society.
Born, reared, and educated in Wyoming, Gerry Spence is recognized nationwide for his legacy of dominant courtroom victories. He graduated cum laude from the University of Wyoming Law School in 1952 and has spent his lifetime representing the poor, the injured, the forgotten, and the damned against what he calls “the new slave master,” a combination of mammoth corporations and gargantuan government.
He has tried and won many nationally known cases, including the Karen Silkwood case (a movie was made of the situation with Meryl Streep and Cher,); the defense of Randy Weaver at Ruby Ridge; the protection of Imelda Marcos; the case against “Penthouse Magazine” for Miss Wyoming; and the murder defenses of Ed Cantrell and Sandy Jones. In 2008 in a politically charged case brought by the Justice Department in Michigan against attorney Geoffrey Fieger, Spence won complete acquittals for his client on a ten-count indictment alleging federal campaign contribution violations, conspiracy, and obstruction of justice. Spence represented Brandon Mayfield, a modest Oregon attorney, against the United States in which Spence was instrumental in obtaining a federal court to hold the Patriot Act unconstitutional. He has never lost a criminal case either as a prosecutor or a defense attorney. He has not lost civil litigation since 1969. He has had more multi-million dollar verdicts without an intervening loss than any lawyer in America.
Spence is the founder of the nationally acclaimed Trial Lawyers College, which established a revolutionary method for training lawyers for the people. He believes that what he has learned in a career should be shared with those who will continue to strive for justice on behalf of ordinary citizens. There he and his pro bono staff teach not only trial lawyers for the people but conduct a forum to help lawyers defeat the death penalty.
He is the founder of Lawyers and Advocates for Wyoming, a pro bono law firm representing the indigent. Spence has received numerous awards, including an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Wyoming; in 2008, he received the first Lifetime Achievement Award from the Consumer Attorneys of California (formerly California Trial Lawyers Association.) In 2009 he was inducted into the American Trial Lawyers Hall of Fame, including John Adams and Clarence Darrow. He was honored for law and letters by the American Academy of Achievement. This year the Wyoming State Bar honored Gerry with a 60-year achievement award for his lifetime of service to Wyoming.