The defense position in a current U.S. Supreme Court case is beyond belief. Iowa prosecutors, charged with having framed two men for murder with fabricated evidence, are arguing that (1) there is no Constitution right not to be framed and that (2) prosecutors are immune to such charges. The language of their argument could be altered, without altering its sense one iota, to read that (1) innocence or guilt is not a matter of law and that (2) prosecutors are above the law. There is no reason to look for specific language in the Constitution to decide this case because everything in the Constitution assumes that we are a country of law and that no one is above the law.
If prosecutors around the country are fearful that a decision against the Iowa prosecutors would open the door to a rash of similar lawsuits, all that shows is that too many prosecutors have been behaving badly and need to be reminded that they are public servants. Two sides to every case? In this one, the two sides are Right and Wrong.
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