There are many good points made by the Journal. However I have noted BIG flaws in the Mississippi Judicial System ever since I started reading about three civil rights worker being slain and buried under a dam in 1963. Then I heard a juror could not convict a preacher. That issue was corrected 40 years later. While I was living in Lee County in 2002 I noted an individual avoided a road block, before the night was over three people were dead and to this day no one has been held accountable for those actions. Does anyone know what the hell was going on?
Mississippi Judicial System needs more, than more laws. They need less. Also they need somebody outside the barrel to look in and see what is going on. The Feds coming in and straightening out a mess is not the answer.