Low found not guilty
LIHUE – Tarey Low, a former Kauai Police Department officer and Department of Land and Natural Resources branch chief for Kauai, was found not guilty on all charges relating to allegations of prolonged sexual abuse of a minor in his care.
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Easy to get a not guilty verdict of Kauai as well as assault charges for a murder when the Jury is stacked and the judges and judicial system is corrupt.
Low is guilty in the minds and hearts of many on the island of Kauai.
Let it be known to the victim that we support you and will continue to fight against predators like Low.
The acting prosecutors in this case will pay Mr. Low’s Court Costs and Attorney fees, right?
I know us taxpayers aren’t going to get our money $$$ back that the prosecutors wasted on this case, while known UNprosecuted drug dealers are out there destroying more young people every day.
How many falsely accused have their good reputations and financial lives harmed or ruined by false accusation by the vicious people out there looking for fame.
“3 Strikes and Your Out”.
Prosecutors with 3 Not Guilty verdicts…You’re Fired…quit tormenting and torturing the innocent while the drug dealers freely destroy our youth.
And pay the legal fees of those you made a mistake on, pay out of your own salary.
Will we tax payers be reimbursed by the money you wasted falsely accusing a solid member of our society.
How many will now look down on Mr. Low, in doubt, brought on by False Prosecution. He’s Not Guilty even after all the facts and allegations and even the lies you’ve collected and out forth have been put to the test by a jury overseen by a respected Judge.
Prosecuting the Innocent for your own job security? you should live in shame, and get a real job.
How many innocent people have you falsely prosecuted and falsely imprisoned? Where’s the DNA?