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A crime is committed. The Rich get released with fines, monitors, support services, and continue paying taxes. The Poor get jailed with civilian and corporate taxes raised to pay for this new dependent of the State. Justice is no longer based on right and wrong. It is regulated by financial profit.
Next, companies and colleges rob the public treasury. Colleges tout the benefits to society of reforming through education. Businesses peddle skills and hands on knowledge for later reintegration. Legislation and over regulation keep the jails full, fitted with a rotating door. Slothful judges backup the system requiring more judges, building space, and a host of support facilities and personnel.
The politicians rake in enormous power from these unionized jobs along with hefty campaign contributions. Rule of Law becomes lost in a sea of profit and political agenda.
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