Heute um 4:21 AM
January 1, 2014, New Years Day, was a super happy day for Ralph Poynter when he went to visit his wife Lynne Stewart in prison in Texas and discovered she had already been released! Lynne is known, the world over, as a sincere lawyer serving the most disadvantaged after a career as a public school teacher in Harlem, one of New York City’s poorest neighborhoods at the time and whose poverty and ignorance (of their Rights) made them easy targets to be plundered, preyed upon, denied due process and equal protection and pushed further into hopeless despair at ever having the possibility of finding peace and security away from the demands of a system that would put them in prison but let bankers go free.  When bankers go free, those who knowingly, intentionally and willing participated (and continue to this day to participate…

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