The justice system seems to still be involved in a "Cowboys and Injuns" war against Native Americans. Wikipedia reports: "During the French and Indian War, in June 12, 1755, Lieutenant Governor Spencer Phips of Massachusetts Bay colony was offering a bounty of £40 for a male Indian scalp, and £20 for scalps of females or of children under 12 years old. In 1756, Pennsylvania Governor Morris, in his Declaration of War against the Lenni Lenape (Delaware) people, offered '130 Pieces of Eight, for the Scalp of Every Male Indian Enemy, above the Age of Twelve Years,' and '50 Pieces of Eight for the Scalp of Every Indian Woman, produced as evidence of their being killed.'"
"U.S. v. Juan Rojas" at
11-40241 - USA V. JUAN ROJAS, JR. (a secret court ruling (unpublished) allowing Rojas' attorney to withdraw and denying Rojas' motion for new counsel)
Update: The MaryLovesJustice Prayer Meeting for Feb. 2, 2014 is archived at Blogtalkradio: