Martin Armstrong and the American justice system

Those of us with the most intimate knowledge of the U.S. justice system are well aware of its absurdities and failings. But few have thought about the evils of the U.S. criminal courts as much as Martin Armstrong.

Now Armstrong is out with a brilliant essay on American justice that is worth reading.

“Only an idiot accepts government allegations as fact in any case,” says Armstrong.

The problem, according to Armstrong, is the law of absolute immunity, which protects agents of the U.S. government from liability.