It’s hardly the trial of the century unless you’re the one on trial. An almost pure political trial has been going on in a Bucks County Courtroom where the government, aka. “the Authorities” have Claire Risoldi in their sights. So far she’s been found guilty of most of the crimes she’s been charged with but not all of them. Does that make her innocent? It does if the answer is about the crimes she didn’t commit. And that makes the rest of the charges very, very suspicious.
In fact the entire case is far too suspicious for a reasonable person to believe she’s guilty because, first of all, the PA Attorney General who charged her …. is in jail! That’s astounding because it taints the entire case against Claire Risoldi.
Second, one of the worlds richest insurance companies, AIG with perhaps 60,000 employees doesn’t want to pay for Claire Risoldi’s losses so they went to the aforementioned PA Attorney General, the one who is in jail and somehow the insurance company didn’t have to pay for at least the last four years.
Third, the case has been rigged by “The Authorities” all along. Millions of dollars worth of Claire’s fabulous jewelry “went missing” meaning it was stolen during a fire at her mansion when only “The Authorities” were in the house.
Fourth, suppose someone who was in on or knowledgeable about the theft got themselves or one of their close relatives on the bench or on the jury. Just suppose. What would that do about the deliberations or the verdict? Just like the other “Authorities” who are beavering away behind the scenes to cover up the robbery, no judge in Bucks County is innocent enough to hold the trial of Claire Risoldi so another judge had to be found in a different county to try Risoldi but here’s the rub. Every citizen in entitled to a trial in their home district. That’s why a local jury is required under every Law in America. But not in this case. A foreign judge has been brought in by “the Authorities” to make sure the trial is on the up and up but how can Risoldi get a fair trial when the judge comes from far away? Answer, …she can’t.