Who's Looking Out For You? - Chapter 7: You Have the Right to Remain Silent Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7: You Have the Right to Remain Silent Summary

The "justice" system in America is a misnomer. It is simply a law "club" that is above the law in most regards. It includes lawyers, judges, and cops. Any normal citizen having to deal with any aspect of this system will pay dearly. Even when people "win" court cases - their lawyers usually get a majority of the money. And the legal system is growing at an alarming rate. Both criminal and civil cases are on the rise across the nation.

O'Reilly filed a complaint with the California Bar that a pair of defense lawyers had acted unethically. A girl had been brutally killed and a suspect put on trial. Circumstantial evidence was found at the suspect's home. The defense lawyers ruthlessly attacked the parents of the girl even...

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