The 14th Amendment can be used to stop the crime in blue states

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February 18, 2024- by Steven E. Greer (ParaLawyer)

I have a job for all of the solo-practice lawyers who care about the country.  Members of congress can also do this. They should file constitutional challenges to the Soros-No-Bail laws driving the crime.

How is it constitutional for these no-bail laws to openly encourage violent crime? That seems to violate the 14th amendment. It is also unconstitutional to unequally apply the laws. There have been several examples recently of white people being charged and placed in jail in New York when non-white super-violent criminals are let go.

The 14th Amendment states:

“No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”

There are thousands of lawyers who work for nonprofits and do FOIA cases, etc. Why is nobody suing the New York, California, Pennsylvania, etc. for these no-bail laws?

In Missouri, three gang members shot into the crowd of the Super Bowl celebration. The police know who they are, but none have been arrested. That is just the latest of thousands of examples.

Where the hell are all the lawsuits?

March 18, 2024-

Constitutional Law Professor Turley is using my idea. He tweeted, “The fact is that many in cities like New York are thrilled by selective prosecution and biased sentencing decisions directed at locally unpopular figures….”

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