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Butch Karp and the American Justice System

Karp’s Sense of Justice

  Justice is looking at both sides of what’s happening in a situation. Look at the facts. Be as firm and resolute as possible with the real bad actors, the violent criminals, the manipulators. With those who are young and/or have experienced terrible oppression, your charcter and manner must be tempered with a sensitivity and […]

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Rebuttal to the New York Post

The Truth About The Career Girl Murders For several decades, I have been an avid reader and subscriber to the New York Post.  Naturally, I expect that its reportage is vetted for accuracy and authenticity to ensure trustworthiness and journalistic professionalism. Regrettably, the Sunday, August 18, 2013 account of the brutal rape murders of Janice […]

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Juviles should not be treated with the same legal questions as hardened criminals

It’s a Matter of Fairness

Evil does exist, and it must be confronted by people with pure hearts whose souls are intact.  And, the punishment must fit the crime. What we see, unfortunately, are people who use their political positions as stepping stones along the path of their career instead of acting as if they are working within a moral […]

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The Golden Rule as Part of our Justice System

Law and the Golden Rule

If I could change one thing about our legal system, what would it be? Nothing. Our legal system is a thing of great beauty that’s tossed into a sludge hole. Our system has a non-negotiable soul.  It is the value system of the Golden Rule, of treating your neighbor the way you want to be […]

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