The Scales of Justice are reasons and logic in defense of TRUTH, EQUALITY and LIBERTY which represent the triumph over tyranny and prejudice. Corey Kamyar Katir

In image below observe that a not guilty verdict was ordered by California Supreme Court for Corey Kamyar Katir and entered into the records.

It is ordered that the plea of not guilty be entered and the complaint is hereby dismissed

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The Welsh language word trugaredd comes from the root word caru, meaning “to love.” Because it includes a sense of kindness and unfailing affection, it is often translated to “mercy,” or “loving-kindness.”

Criticism, blaming and grudge are the opposite of trugaredd. It undermines the motivation to be kind and the capacity to be available to others. The mindfulness approach invites people to explore a different way they relate to themselves and world, with a quality of attention that has trugaredd about it.

“Everyone has his burden. What counts is how you carry it.” – Merle Miller

This quote helps remind me that we all have burdens, each in different ways. It is how we handle (or carry) our burdens that makes the difference.

• Do we let it defeat us?
• Do we let it push us towards giving up, giving in, or quitting?
• Do we look to our friends, family, co-workers to help us share our burdens (depending on type)?
• Do we view it as a means of growth and learning?

Wagon Train is an American Western series that aired 8 seasons: first on the NBC television network (1957–1962), and then on ABC (1962–1965). Wagon Train debuted on September 18, 1957, and became number one in the Nielsen ratings. Please watch Daniel Clay Story. Most were true stories.

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Episodes revolve around the stories of guest characters portraying members of the massive wagon train or encountered by it. Many starring roles were played by already famous actors such as Ernest Borgnine, Bette Davis, Jane Wyman, Ronald Reagan, Lee Marvin, and Joseph Cotten. Film director John Ford joined the show to direct a 1960 segment titled "The Colter Craven Story", which includes many members of the "John Ford Stock Company", momentarily featuring John Wayne speaking from the shadows and billed in the credits as "Michael Morris".

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Why did people like Wagon Train? Becasue they identified with it. Or somehow and some way it was related to their own lives. Why did Ford and John Wayne like it? Because it had deep moral messages.

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Perry Mason

Perry Mason depicted a legal system that worked only for the innocent and the wrongfully accused, a paradigm that fed broader misperceptions about the “blind” infallibility of the judicial system. In the world of “Perry Mason,” justice was neatly served in the end. Mason and the homicide squad also have a common enemy in the district attorney, and their shared frustration occasionally produces an unusual and comic congeniality. Hapless District Attorney Hamilton Burger, played by William Talman, can do little more than lodge vigorous objections to his opponent’s courtroom theatrics and sputter with outrage. But he, too, takes the defense of the innocent seriously, and he usually congratulates Mason on a case well-argued with some pleasure. In 1963, California's governor Pat Brown complained that Burger was a perennial loser. In response, the actor quipped, "Does he want me to convict innocent citizens?" But the American public has begun to question, with increasing urgency, whether the legal system is at all trustworthy, much less just.

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Nancy Styles is credited by many for starting the very first Me Too Movement

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I like it when he says: I was only born there!