A-Z Challenge: J is for Justice

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J is for Justice. The old kind. Genuine justice that could instil fear in the devious and  those with evil  social or criminal intent. Is justice dead?

In the old west, justice was quickly meted to the rapist,  evil  murderer and horse thief alike by quick trial, a rope,  a free pine box and a dusty  ride to Boot hill. The arrogant,  disrespectful and cruel  often met their maker at high noon with the expedient Colt 45. No longer. Justice is fading into the sunset.

Weak, toothless legislation,  slick devious lawyers without morals and pious judges without spines allow even the worst social pariahs  lenient, short sentences, a slap on the wrist, or suspended sentences and  immediate freedom. Victims suffer losses and even die without seeing justice done.

Where is Justice?

The concept of justice has been twisted, softened and degraded by liberalism, feel-good social policy and so-called ‘rights’ freely attached to criminals,  whether for brutal rape, misdemeanors, horrific and savage murders and beheadings. Children are kidnapped, raped and murdered.

Perpetrators go free with the smallest technicalities or plea bargaining of insanity in spite of horrific evidence of their guilt.

There is anger afoot, with little wonder.   Yet another innocent,  helpless young rape victim, a fifteen-year-old Nova Scotia girl,  bullied for months, finally committed suicide  after being bullied mercilessly–and the rapist-perpetrators have  not even been charged with mischief even though distribution of their prized, sick internet  photograph of the 15 year-old victim –spread freely without fear of reprimand on the internet–is considered legally to be child pornography.

Clearly, there is a problem.  Enough is enough.  If that wasn’t bad enough, politicians are congratulating themselves on  International cooperation to take action globally against  wartime rape. 

Why is  rape of innocent young victims  tolerated in North America in peace time ?  Does anyone see a problem with that hypocrisy?

When is vigilante action demanded?

The legal system is  inadequate and inexcusable.   Laws and enforcement must be changed -and that, for the record,  is why J is for Justice.

 

Is that Incoming I hear?

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About Raymond Alexander Kukkee

A published author and freelance writing professional, Raymond lives and writes in Northwestern Ontario.
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4 Responses to A-Z Challenge: J is for Justice

  1. Mike W says:

    Perhaps it is time to for the citizenry to begin meting out justice to the lawyers, the legislators, the judges, and the criminals with a length of rope. Pine boxes cost too much money and the rope is expensive enough. Let the vultures have their food.

    • Mike, it would not surprise me at all if that return to justice was precipitated sooner or later. The system is lax, out of control, and no longer functional. Who is responsible for that ridiculous miscarriage of justice? Ridiculous sentences given for major crimes are a laugh and encourage further criminal activity, including the worst of rape, brutality, murder, etc.

  2. Glory Lennon says:

    This so sad and horrifying! I could so easily see Tom doing as Mike suggested if anything like this should happen to us… he wouldn’t use rope though. I am started to believe we cannot trust justice to be found anymore. What, pray tell, does that say about our society?

    • Glory, this is not only sad, it is outrageous. I cannot express how angry people are about this. This is inexcusable. Clearly, it demonstrates that our ‘leaders’ are failing to lead, or just do not CARE. Which? Anyone’s guess.

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