Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Free Brian Aitken

Its too late for Brian Aitken in the PRNJ (Peoples' Republic of New Jersey), but citizens should be aware of the principle of jury nullification. All it takes is one fully informed juror to say no, and there is no conviction.

In Aitken's case, he was convicted and is beginning a 7 year sentence for not committing a crime. He did everything right, yet was arrested and convicted. The judge in the case has since lost his place behind the bench, but after grave harm had already been done to Aitken.

Per NJ law, Aitken had unloaded handguns in the trunk of his car to move them from one place of residence to another. But he was nonetheless convicted.

What can you do to help Aitken? Contact Governor Christie and ask him to free Aitken. You can call  609-292-6000
 email here or

snailmail him:
Office of the Governor
PO Box 001
Trenton, NJ 08625

For more information:
Brian D. Aitken

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