American justice is a tyranny.
Consider the cases of Kevin Green (1980), Cindy Sommer (2007), or James Lee Woodard (1981), whose cases represent some of the finer examples of American jurisprudence; with trivial effort, we could list dozens of cases. The miscarriages of these cases is however not our concern; many more fine writers address this topic. Nor are we concerned with the injustices of the corresponding unjust incarcerations. Our concern is the immunity of those who bring about these injustices, the ethics of their act, and the imposition made upon the victim of injustice.
Apologies of the prosecutor, the police, and the judge are clearly worthless. As my father taught me, "If you were sorry, you wouldn't have done it in the first place," during those episodes of chastisement that did occur. Bonnie Dumanis is therefore quite clearly admitting that she is not sorry for having convicted and jailed Sommer, when she says, and this from her official public statement after release of Sommer, "In the high-profile prosecution of Cynthia Sommer for murder, the San Diego County District Attorney's Office made the right choices for the right reasons at every step in the process." This forceful, opening statement of Dumanis clearly declares the complete satisfaction of the San Diego County District Attorney with the prosecution and imprisonment of an innocent person. Not one word of regret.