I have no association with FIJA other than to always tell the judge that I intend to nullify, whenever I am called for jury duty.
In the future, I will try harder to get on the jury -- and then nullify. Unless the crime was one where person or property was harmed; anything else is a thought crime, e.g. "we think you might have hit someone at the rate your were traveling" or "you had this item in your possession, which means we think you might do something to harm someone with it", or "we think you should give us your resources."
Yeah, most crimes are thought crimes -- on the government's part.
Whether the organization itself is run right or corrupt, I have no knowledge of -- but sharing our ability to nullify, that's important. (While writing this, I'm reminded of the "Ron Paul newletter racism" attacks -- not saying your story is as unjustified as that it, just that it's resonating.)
I love you. I'm sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you.
http://fija.org - Fully Informed Jury Association
http://jsjinc.net - Jin Shin Jyutsu (energy healing)
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