Selective Prosecution of Religiously Motivated Offenders in America: Scrutinizing the Myth of Neutrality
This study comprises an argument on religious considerations in the US federal government's decision to prosecute, with original primary statistics obtained through personal interviews and correspondence. Topics covered include: the Sanctuary Movement; the tax evasion trial of Rev Moon; and the abortion-clinic bombers.
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Background and Statement of Hypotheses
The Reverend Moons Trial for Tax Evasion
The AbortionClinic Bombers
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