The shocking message that the 16 criminal charges made earlier against actor Empire Jousie Smolet may have reinforced the negative assumptions of many people about the criminal justice system in the United States, suggest federalist Ben Domenek
. Earlier in the day, the Cook County Prosecutor's Office (Illinois) said that while Smolet was not acquitted of an alleged hate crime, his case was denied and the evidence was sealed. In his replies to journalists, Smollet keeps his innocence by telling the world that he has been "real" since the first day.
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"This is a situation that should damage your belief in the judicial system," Domenek told the group. "The truth is that in this context, I think that in Chicago, in the context of Illinois, it is something like a battle between Kim Fox, who had to withdraw from his position on this prosecution in the state prosecutor and the Chicago police  "I think this was something that domestic politics played a role here," he continued, "Keep in mind that 18 people were killed with guns in Chicago during the investigation, using resources that might otherwise be [brought] on this front. "
Domenech added that Smollett could not be" More from the Forest, "indicating a federal state (19659004) Walter insisted that no one "should not be surprised" that rich and well-connected people "avoided things"
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Hilton saw the connection between the case of Smolet and the Russian investigation of Special Adviser Robert Mueller. "Regardless of the facts here, people are invested in a story," Hilton said. "They want to believe what they want to believe There is a story that they tell and want to adhere to, regardless of the facts – and that was fueled by some of those details that have expired during this period." 19659005] "Just as with Trump and Russia, no matter what they saw in Muller's report, people still think they think of a presidential plot all day. And so I think it talks about the way people want to believe regardless of the facts. "