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Prosecutorial and judicial misconduct

High court should hear 'Rubashkin' to consider overzealous DOJ and judge who was essentially on prosecution team.

, The National Law Journal

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High court should hear 'Rubashkin' to consider overzealous DOJ and judge who was essentially on prosecution team.

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  • Gorsky

    The prosecutor, Reade, did unlawful things. She was involved in the prosecution and then as judge. >>at the point of her involvement she did not know who the target was (Agriprocessors) She gave an unprecedented sentence of 27 years. Her whole attitude was biased. >>Rubashkin has lied to the banks. Diverted money illegally to Jewish charities that he controlled. He tarnished the image of a frum businessman and overall is a great source of hilul hashem

  • Mel

    The prosecutor, Reade, did unlawful things. She was involved in the prosecution and then as judge. She gave an unprecedented sentence of 27 years. Her whole attitude was biased.

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