The United States is a wonderful country, but there is a real problem with its justice system, former media commander Conrad Black said on Thursday.
Black spoke to Fox News Laura Ingraham, host of The Ingraham Angle. first american interview when she received grace from President Trump on Wednesday
2007 Black has been convicted of fraudulent investors and impediments to justice. Finally, the Supreme Court sentenced several convictions, and the prison sentence was reduced to 42 months
After his release in 2012, Black, 74, originated in Canada, was forced to leave the US.
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Black, who is also a historian and author, has named numerous columns and political biography called "Trump". "Donald J. Short: The President Like No One", which came out a year ago.
Several media quickly attributed Black's grace to the praise of their president, but Black rejected these comments.
"I have absolutely no reason to believe that the President does not even know I have written that book," Black Ingrah said. "He never mentioned that. In any case, anyone who has read it can see that it is not critical. "
It is likely that" Black "has been given" wrong judgment "and should never have been accused, Black said.
The prosecutor, who was black, was Patrick Fitzgerald, a US lawyer in Chicago, who now represents former FBI director James Comei. Black said prosecutors, including the FBI, offered "absolute uncertainties" every day. It has never been subject to sanctions.
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"Any jurisdiction without the United States would prevent many of these prosecutors. It was absolutely incredible what they did, ”said Black.
Black said when prosecutors were diverting something, they "rounded all around them" and forced the accused to "flee" their memory so that they would not be accused of being charged.
" If you can successfully start memory and help, "Black said, then you will have immunity from injustice and continue. That way you get 98 percent. It is a wonderful country, but there is a real problem in the justice system.
Associated Press Contributed to This Report