US. GOV JUSTICE REVAMP

Updated: May 13, 2020

US GOV HEADED FOR ABOLISHMENT .





Justice is a very delicate term to deal with. In today’s day and age, justice has taken a very subjective outlook. One person’s idea of justice may not match with the idea of justice that the court of law of a certain area has. In such cases, deliverance of justice becomes a farce, with neither party agreeing with the method of execution of the other. This problem is especially relevant in the United States of America. In some major American cities, a very controversial case of policemen abusing their power in order to bully and, in worse cases, to fatally wound innocent personnel has come to light. In such cases, justice has not been served properly, according to spokesmen Kevin of the Royal Commission. “Our idea of justice has been grossly misinterpreted when it comes to these court officials and police personnel. For heinous crimes against innocent people, their idea of justice is to let the officers off with a suspension, at the most. This is absolutely derogatory and highly insulting to the family of the victim and to the victim themselves. Our mission at the Royal Commission is to deliver swift and proper justice to the affected person and their families. We conduct investigations into police officers, judges of the court of law, Federal Bureau of Investigation officials, army officials and even members of the Democrats and Republicans, regardless of which party is in power at the time”, stated spokesman Kevin. “As for our own brand of courts, we have the largest range of claim courts, which takes cases from all parts of the world. We also have officers who have been trained extensively in all fields and will apprehend the guilty party without any hassle from their end”, concluded the Royal Commission member. About Royal Commission: Royal Commission is an outlet of justice deliverance for the innocents and wrongly accused people of the world, with a large range of claim courts all around the United States of America. It also invests

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