FOR THOSE CLAIMING FALSE IMPRISONMENT, FIVE, EVIL-ACTING, U.S. SUPREME JUDGES REJECT RIGHT TO DNA TESTS TO PROVE INNOCENCE
"," by James Vicini. Reuters, June 18, 2009.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Convicted criminals do not have a constitutional right to obtain access to a state's biological evidence to conduct DNA testing when pursuing claims of innocence, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Thursday.
Is there any doubt that the five who voted this way are certifiably insane? There can't be. The article says that "at least 232 people" have been exonerated by such testing. Frankly, all evidence that contains DNA of the imprisoned should be automatically tested if the imprisoned requests. It's a matter of fundamental justice to insure that the innocent are not being held on bad evidence. The U.S. Constitution presupposes a prohibition against false imprisonment via bad evidence. It is a violation of the right to be protected against cruel or unusual punishment. It is certainly unusual or should be that anyone be punished for a crime he did not commit. To deny a prisoner access to new technology that would prove his or her innocence is certainly cruel.
The five will find themselves imprisoned in Hell if they don't repent of such wicked decisions.