Hi! Do you remember blogs? Well, this used to be one. Now it just serves as an archive for my multiple Twitter accounts.
Made in the USA (w)
I already knew that texan judges (it’s a documentary about Odell Barnes) were elected and that it necessarily influenced their decisions. But I didn’t know that the judges themselves choosed which lawyer to assign to poor defendants. I just can’t comprehend that. Wouldn’t anybody have somehow figured it would be nice to set up some kind of independence in the process? Hello?
Cut to an interview of Bush Jr. explaining that there’s no way any innocent would ever have been sentenced to death in his state. Right. Oh boy, I so want to throw up, but it’s late and I’ve got to go to sleep instead. I’m not sure this movie is the best thing to watch right before bedtime, though.