Thursday, September 1, 2011

Liars Run Amok in North Carolina . . . In This Instance, They Included Local News Reporters, Magistrates & Cops

Seriously, what the hell is wrong with the people of the state of North Carolina?  Or is it just the "Triangle Region" of this state that has cornered the market in the practice of fraud, prevarication and the fine art of equivocation?  

Rationalizing Atrocious Behavior

Everyone who relocates here or spends any meaningful amount of time visiting this region marvels at the astonishing level of mendaciousness that is part of everyday interactions.  In fact, the departure from reality is such a prevalent way of life there, most delude themselves by embracing TWO concepts.  The first one was made famous on the Seinfeld sitcom by its George Costanza character:  

"It's not a lie . . .  if YOU believe it.

The second concept is reflected in the below cartoon, depicting a heady discussion with the ancient Greek philosopher, Aristotle.

The Cover-Up of Police Corruption & Brutality

Reflected below are slides from a video presentation on disturbing instances of police corruption and brutality  in Orange County, North Carolina that is part of a series of criminal and civil complaints filed against those who head up this woefully corrupt organization of law enforcement.  These particular slides cover the bold faced lies this Orange County (NC) Sheriff's Dept. (specifically, Sheriff Lindy Pendergrass, Major Charles Blackwood and Deputy JC Clayton) propagated in collusion with a corrupt Magistrate (Gregory Stephens) and Court Clerk (James Stanford) and its remarkable parallels with a similar story that was made into a major motion picture -- to wit, Changeling, starring Angelina Jolie.

And the cover-up of this police corruption and brutality is made possible by local newspapers which abandoned journalistic integrity altogether with their decidedly libelous articles about Spencer C. Young, specifically:
  • The Chapel Hill News:
  • The Daily Tar Heel:
  • The Herald Sun; and
  • The News & Observer

Art Imitating Life . . . And Life Imitating Art

The full presentation can be accessed below:

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