Listen I am not begrudging the Kennedy's for their endless wealth or resources, yet. . .
In the wake of the 50 year anniversary of the JFK assassination: his cousin Michael Skakel, 53, was freed on a 1.2 million dollar bail, pending a new trial in the 1975 killing of teenage neighbor Martha Moxley.
Here we have a Kennedy, who was convicted of brutally killing Moxley after a mountain of evidence, including DNA, that proved him to be the culprit: yet miraculously somehow he just got a new trial and a conviction overturned? Allow me to translate what a new trial means. . .it means that sometime next year he'll plead guilty to time served. Folks' remember, you heard it here first! The sad reality here is that only the rich and influential can manipulate the Justice system in-the-face-of-guilt. While those that are innocent, or draconically sentenced are hopelessly condemned in the tomb of the unknown, voiceless.
Tonight in the confines of my chilly cell I fall fitfully asleep, on harden steel dreaming wishfully of "If Only I Were A Kennedy."