It seems as though some people want to attribute others as being responsible for authoring this blog. I believe that it is hard for a person to sincerely be an advocate for a position if he/she is unwilling to reveal their identity. Blogger "Unbekannte" wishes to remain anonymous, so I have no desire to know his/her identity. But people who really believe in fighting for a cause and are committed to it, usually have the courage to identify themselves. (By no way, however, do I mean to insinuate that those who contribute to blogs using an alias lack courage.)
As I have consistently stated, my focus is solely on the injustice of the State of North Carolina to Mike Nifong. I have no animus, nor ill will towards the Duke LAXers, and I do not know how Unbekannte reached his conclusion.
I believe that Mr. Nifong is an honorable, decent person, and if I were to be prosecuted, hypothetically, I would want Mr. Nifong to be the prosecutor. I would want him to be the prosecutor because he followed the principle of "equal justice for all," rather than the tenet of "selective justice based on Class and Color." For example, I would not want to be prosecuted by Anson County District Attorney Michael Parker, who held Floyd Brown on a murder charge for fourteen years without a trial. Mr. Brown, who is an African American and does not come from a family of wealth, status, and privilege, was charged based on an obviously fraudulent confession that was manufactured by the prosecution. Nor would I want to be prosecuted by David McFadyen, a prosecutor from the private sector who is taking his time and trying to find a way to prosecute James Arthur Johnson for "accessory after the fact" charges (because he removed fingerprints from a car). This is all done for the purpose of protecting Wilson Assistant District Attorney Bill Wolfe from a prosecutorial misconduct complaint with the State Bar filed by the NAACP. I could give many other examples of prosecutors who I would not want to prosecute me, but Mr. Nifong is not one of them.
For a final reference, this blog is the official blog site of the Committee on Justice for Mike Nifong, and I am its Lay advocate and author of this blog. Sidney B. Harr.