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Prosecutorial and Judicial Misconduct In The IRP-6 Case?

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According to A-Just Cause, an organization dedicated to stopping wrongful convictions, the mostly Black executives of IRP Solutions are allegedly victims of prosecutorial and judicial misconduct.

A–Just Cause, and other published reports, claim that IRP Solutions was developing software specifically for law enforcement needs.  Apparently other large corporations (after receiving several hundred million dollars) were unable to develop suitable software for law enforcement needs.  Arguably, IRP Solutions had developed the best software suitable for local law enforcement, and national security usage.  According to A-Just Cause, IRP Solutions used the services of Staffing Agencies to pay the salaries of IT technicians needed to modify the software to meet the needs of specific law enforcement agencies such as the Philadelphia police department, the New York City police department, and other agencies.  Still, the IRP executives were investigated for committing fraud upon the staffing companies, indicted and convicted.

What role if any did major corporations play in stopping the progress of a startup innovative mostly Black company that had out performed them?  What incidents of prosecutorial and judicial misconduct occurred in this (09-CR-00266-CMA) case?

On Thursday June 13, 2013 at 6:00 PM eastern time, our guests will be Samuel Thurman and Cliff Stewart, spokespersons for A-Just Cause.  Join us for this extended segment of the Justice For All Show!

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