Rich people have been very good at brainwashing poor people to hate other poor people, to call the greedy Wall Street bankers and Koch brother, job creators. But it seems that they have brainwashed Americans also to think that they are above the law, and a man over 6-feet tall, who raped his own 3-year-old daughter was not sent to prison for one-single-day, because a judge felt prison would be too tough on him. If Americans don’t stop being brainwashed and stop watching Fox and listening to right-wing radio hacks, then the nightmare scenario of two classes, rich and poor, and absolutely no middle class is going to become reality. And this is the type of justice the ultra rich will get, bet you won’t be getting it, even if you pretend to be a “Ten Cent Millionaire” either.
According to the lawsuit, Delaware Superior Court Judge Jan Jurden said in a 2009 ruling that Robert Richards would not “fare well” in prison, reports Delaware’s The News Journal. Jurden originally sentenced Richards to eight years in prison, then suspended that punishment in favor of Level II probation and ordered the heir — who is supported by a family trust — to pay $4,395 to the Delaware Violent Crimes Compensation Board.
In 2010 Delaware police investigated allegations that Richards had abused his 19-month old son but found no evidence to support those claims. The News Journal reports that investigators are giving the case another look because the new lawsuit alleges that Richards admitted during a lie detector test associated with his probation to abusing his son.
The du Pont family, whose own Samuel Francis