So the day after Dr. Murray's sentencing to four years in prison for the death of Michael Jackson, I have to wonder. What really is the price of "Justice"? There are thousands of people in jails all over the country who have been waiting for court dates for months or years. Some guilty, some innocent. Does it seem that people who do wrong or are accused of doing wrong to someone with a butt load of cash, get to court a lot quicker than others who don't have the high profile or bank account of the Jacksons?
Isn't the legal/justice system supposed to treat all equally and fairly? Why does Clayfaces' errrr Michael Jackson's doctor get a trial, sentenced, and put away in about 1/10 of the time it takes for anyone else? Taxpayers are keeping people in jails for years without a fair trial. You'll get your "Due process" as soon as the check clears.