Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Knox prosecution uses big lie technique

Grand Inquisitor Giuliano Mignini: "Everyone has a dark side"

All this was inspired by the principle--which is quite true within itself--that in the big lie there is always a certain force of credibility; because the broad masses of a nation are always more easily corrupted in the deeper strata of their emotional nature than consciously or voluntarily; and thus in the primitive simplicity of their minds they more readily fall victims to the big lie than the small lie, since they themselves often tell small lies in little matters but would be ashamed to resort to large-scale falsehoods. IT WOULD NEVER COME INTO THEIR HEADS TO FABRICATE COLOSSAL UNTRUTHS, AND THEY WOULD NOT BELIEVE THAT OTHERS COULD HAVE THE IMPUDENCE TO DISTORT THE TRUTH SO INFAMOUSLY. EVEN THOUGH THE FACTS WHICH PROVE THIS TO BE SO MAY BE BROUGHT CLEARLY TO THEIR MINDS, THEY WILL STILL DOUBT AND WAVER AND WILL CONTINUE TO THINK THAT THERE MAY BE SOME OTHER EXPLANATION. FOR THE GROSSLY IMPUDENT LIE ALWAYS LEAVES TRACES BEHIND IT, EVEN AFTER IT HAS BEEN NAILED DOWN, A FACT WHICH IS KNOWN TO ALL EXPERT LIARS IN THIS WORLD AND TO ALL WHO CONSPIRE TOGETHER IN THE ART OF LYING.

—Adolf Hitler , Mein Kampf, vol. I, ch. X

I just recently became interested in this case, and the more I look into it, the more I'm amazed that Knox hasn't been freed and Mignini thrown in prison. It can only mean that he is an appendage of organized Satanism. Any judge worthy of the title could see that there is no case, and that Knox is being railroaded.

For example, the police "accidentally" fried the electronics of three hard drives that probably would have provided Knox and Sollecito with alibis, and they refuse to allow them to be repaired! So much for "accidental."

There have been rumblings about the Italian parliament investigating the situation, but so far nothing has come of it, again indicating that it is being run by "the untouchables" of organized Satanism, and that they'll do pretty much whatever they please while the good people of Italy are left stunned by what their so-called "justice system" is capable of doing to a young woman, with no accountability in this world. Meanwhile, the actual killer is being treated much better than Knox, even though according to a fellow inmate, he admitted that he was the only killer.