“…the fault lies with our politicians, particularly the judges/justices, prosecutors, and law makers, because they abuse their power and create a situation where every case becomes identical because the federal courts reduce the states’ power because of said abuse. Individuals are treated disproportionately harsh due to political corruption, and, as a result, exceptionally severe cases are granted great relief, providing inadequate preventive measures. In the context of [state of incarceration], our General Assembly is so bloody lazy and incompetent they regularly pass laws which contradict each other, and violate the rights of the people. The short comings of these laws are amplified by the corrupt [illegible] by prosecutors and law enforcement, then solidified by all three levels of [state of incarceration] courts. Had our state had any integrity, these problems would have been avoided.”