The DEA's Paid Perjurers. July 31, 2007

by Will

Will Grigg's Liberty Minute

July 31, 2007

Being sent to prison on the word of a paid perjurer is a nightmare no American should face. Dozens of people have been imprisoned on the testimony of drug informant Jerrell Bray.

Like most people in that line of work, Bray had dealt drugs before being recruited by the Drug Enforcement Administration. Bray also has a manslaughter conviction on his record. His eyewitness accounts have often been disputed by other witnesses, and contradicted by video evidence.

On July 24, a US Attorney agreed to release a woman from prison who had been convicted as a result of Bray's testimony, and to drop charges against two others. The woman, Geneva France, was serving a 10-year sentence on drug charges. She had three young daughters, no prior criminal record, and an alibi. Yet she was sent to prison on the word of a career criminal and killer, simply because that thug was a cooperating witness with the DEA.

While narcotics are evil and destructive, the war on drugs is even worse.

Let us take back the liberty wherewith Christ has made us free.

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