Sunday, January 17, 2016

As The Corruption Continues, The Hypocrisy of Berrien County Has No Limit!

The story of a corrupt Berrien county judge Dennis Wiley has a long history of racism and corruption. Here is a list of activity that has earned him infamy:
Wiley recently sentenced 19-year-old Zack Anderson to 90 days in jail and 25 years on the Sex Offender Registry. Anderson, a computer science student, was also banned from the Internet and smart phone. Wiley imposed this punishment even after Anderson's victim (a 14-year-old who claimed to be 17 during a sexual encounter) and her mother asked the prosecutor's office to drop the charges entirely. This illustrates the viciousness with which the Berrian County justice system operates. During Anderson's sentencing hearing, Wiley told him, "You went online...trolling for women to meet and have sex with. That seems to be part of our culture now-meet, hook up, have sex, sayonara...totally inappropriate behavior. There is no excuse for this whatsoever."
The Anderson case was not Wiley's first foray into scolding on-line daters; Wiley recently put another Indiana 19-year-old, Darian Yoder, on the sex offender registry for having consensual sex with a 13-year-old who also claimed to be of age. They met via the same "Hot or Not" app that Anderson used.
Yes: these teenagers went online to meet women. People do that in 2015. Wiley chose to make an example out of Anderson and Yoder because of his own moral qualms with modernity. Unfortunately, these are just the most recent examples in a long list of cases where Wiley exercised his discretion in a manner that was especially harsh toward low-level offenders.
In April 2014, Wiley was censored for misconduct after he had LaRue Ford charged with contempt. Ford spent 10 nights in jail including Christmas after not paying $5,000 in bond. Her crime? Muttering, "fuck this shit" while in the courthouse dealing with a traffic ticket. The courthouse staff that overheard Ford mentioned it to Wiley who then took matters into his own hands.
Judge Dennis Wiley has had several problems of his own. He is intoxicated with power. He has transmitted an obsessive fear of Blacks to the community. The same fear Judge Dennis Wiley harbors toward Blacks extends to the entire community and probably to the American-Mexicans as well.
We must stand together. Let's make this struggle a victory for all who are victims of injustice in every city and town in America. Let's confront the criminal justice system that is destroying this country.