In the People's Republic of Durham, under the iron rule of the Nifong, it is a "show trial," an instructional event which will educate the masses to proceed with caution. Should Durham fail to remove Nifong from the office in November, the trial reminds residents to gauge his judicial desires before coming forward with the truth, to watch his face for frown or approval before "becoming involved."
Citizens must be very careful not to speak the truth, and find, inadvertently, they have exposed an agenda of Nifong's. Durham residents and visitors will learn that it is best to stay silent and out of view. This was not the America you thought awaited you, Mr. Elmostafa. Sadly, we could not have warned you.
Even many of Durham's residents, early on, did not understand "The Game." Now 30-some colorful, conflicting pages of notes morphed from 2 pages taken many months later, and line-ups defy every procedural law, while you, Mr. Elmostafa, go to trial today. Sadly, we do understand. You are a man of courage surrounded by cretins of corruption. LieStoppers salutes you.
Victims and Witnesses Beware Linwood Wilson who warns that "he runs such checks [background] on every VICTIM and witness the district attorney's office encounters." Considering that the background check for Elmo included drug tests, driving history, insurance history and criminal records check, Wilson's caution will certainly go a long way towards encouraging both victims of, and witnesses to, crimes to remain silent.