Mueller Flips American Jurisprudence On Its Head

Inflamed by Trump Derangement Syndrome, Robert Mueller assumes the role of law enforcement officer, prosecutor, judge and jury in his quest to discredit the 45th President who was elected by 30 of these United States.

What is the difference between a civil legal matter and a criminal matter? The burden of proof, the onus probandi.

In our justice system, the burden, the onus, is on the government to prove beyond a reasonable doubt the guilt of the accused in a criminal matter.

In a civil matter, the burden of proof, the onus, is on the defendant.

Robert Mueller’s multi-year, costly witch hunt turned American jurisprudence on its head by conflating, amalgamating, criminal and civil processes.

From the American Thinker 5/6/19 | Mueller Rewrites Jurisprudence – Guilty Until Proven Innocent

The principle of guilty until proven innocent is an ancient principle of criminal jurisprudence established thousands of years ago. I refer the reader to the words of the Law Giver Moses, as recorded in Deuteronomy 19:15, around 1406 B.C. and reinforced in the New Testament: 2 Corinthians 13:1, 1 Timothy 5:19, Hebrews 10:28.

In a criminal trial, a prosecutor NEVER exonerates the accused. Juries and Judges exonerate.

You can be sure the deep state operatives, corrupt employees and corrupt elected officeholders who concocted this sordid effort to undo the 2016 election of President Trump will be exposed and prosecuted themselves.

John White
Rockwall, Texas

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