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  • Anonymous

    I’m sure that the constitution needs to be protected, especially when a fellow prosecutor is charged. I’m wondering if that same constitution is going to be working for those named as “john’s” that have been and will be unable to find an impartial jury? Oh, sure, a perspective juror can state that they are impartial, even after hearing and reading about the case for two months now; and that the state’s informant has, herself, pled “not guilty”. What’s fair about that? By golly though, we gotta protect a prosecutor’s constitutional rights no matter what.

  • Anonymous

    Nobody (including Cameron) denies that he betrayed the principles of his profession, even using the state-paid computer, to commit these ugly crimes.
    Nor does anyone deny that neither the state police nor the Attorney General did anything until the Feds pushed their noses in the crimes.
    Congratulations to Cameron’s lawyer for sliding him out from under some of those crimes.

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