Saturday, February 27, 2010

Administering a Form of Justice (24)

Justice and bureaucracy are inseparable companions. Prosecutors are enamoured of the prestige that comes with their positions and narrators are obliged to exercise caution and patience to avoid unwarranted accusations. In systems that parade the proclamation of innocence until guilt is proven, the administration of justice gorges itself on the self-satisfaction that the majority of the population embraces the parody and alienates itself with documents that demonstrate the seal of higher authorities.

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