Wednesday, November 01, 2017

Berrien County white, Doctor charged with 10 felonies, no jail, no prison nothing. Only in America!

This is the story of a St Joseph, Michigan doctor, a podiatrist charged with 10 felony counts, five counts of diverting opioids and five counts of health care fraud. Delivery of one of the strongest narcotics on the market, if convicted would result in 20 years per charge, which would give the doctor over a hundred years in prison. The doctor was running a drug ring inside the county.

Dr. Craig Sherwood pleaded no contest on Thursday to only ten felony counts, when it could be over two hundred charges. Dr. Sherwood wrote prescriptions between 2014 to 2016 in the name of his family members, who were not his patients. He also wrote opioid prescriptions for his patients and encouraged them to bring back any unused portion. Most were paid by private insurance companies. He is one of the scums of the earth. 

Berrien County Prosecutor Mike Sepic told WSJM News he will not seek incarceration. Mike Sepic has a long history of protecting the white residents of Berrien County.

Former County Commissioner Robert Wooley stole almost a million dollar, committed forgery for seven years from 4 different accounts and filed a false audit. He was never charged with forgery, only because he is white. This is how one white supremacist protects another white supremacist in Berrien County.

The Berrien County Sheriff Department aided police officer Andrew Collins in planting drugs on more than 300 citizens of Benton Harbor. The Sheriff Department deputies trained Collins on how to plant the drugs, write a false report and get a warrant from the judge. Berrien County Sheriff Department, Berrien County Prosecutor office, and Berrien County judges were all in on the corruption.

Former Police Officer Andrew Collins told it all. He would not have gotten caught had he not beaten a white man in St Joseph, Michigan. The scales of Lady Justice are imbalanced especially against people of color. We must continue to fight against this grave imbalanced to ensure a humane just future for all people.

For the homeless, for the poverty-stricken, for the weary, all across our country, we must demand that justice is served for all people.  
Rev Edward Pinkney