August 13, 2017

Prison of Dusk (8)


I've posted chapter 8 of "Prison of Dusk."

Recently in the New York Times, Alejandra Sánchez Inzunza and José Luis Pardo Veiras argued for the consistent and predictable application of the rule of law as the primary instrument in reducing the murder rate.

[In Mexico,] people kill because they can get away with it. Punishment is rare . . . . It is impossible to attempt to reduce crime without the rule of law firmly in place. When the justice system doesn’t work, when investigations are not pursued, when crimes go unpunished, more murders will be committed.

Socrates famously uttered at his trial, "The unexamined life is not worth living."

The U.S. Marshals assist with court security and prisoner transport. They serve arrest warrants and track down fugitives (as does Tommy Lee Jones in The Fugitive).

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Comments:

# posted by Anonymous Lims
Phew! What a complicated read! Loved the moral dilemma through and through.
Thank you so very much for finishing the story.
8/29/2017 4:59 AM