What I liked about it- it does expose the fact that many District Attorneys and public officials have too much monetary motivation, and too much power with NO ACCOUNTABILITY when they withhold evidence, tamper with witnesses, or commit fraud in the courtroom.
Many people would believe that Public Prosecutors are idealistic young people that want bad people to go to jail. After I watched this documentary, I realize that they are nothing of the sort. They do not care about justice, they do not care about sending innocent people to jail. They care about winning (boosting their own ego), and money.
A quick rundown (if my memory serves), Michael Morton was convicted of killing his wife. Public officials withheld the fact that a bandana was found (either in his yard or in his house) that did not belong to Michael Morton - but the real killer.
Michael Morton served more that 20 years in jail for murder because of corrupt public officials. He got out of jail with the help of the innocence project - a charity that I used to donate money to.
Anyway, I have really been inspired by The Anti-Feminist's recent expose on David Futrelle. It reminds me of various articles I read (not on AVFM) about Mary Kellett and her corrupt practices.
I think that people like Dworkin, Futrelle, Kellett and others need to be exposed to the public for what they really are.
Unfortunately, when I did research into David Futrelle all I came up with is the fact that he used to write stock investment tips or something like that.
It would really be nice, to have a site or blog devoted to exposing these people, and perhaps some non-violent and legal activism suggested on how to get these people out of public offices or positions of power.
If anybody has any suggestions on how to go about doing that, feel free to comment...