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LET'S TALK AMERICA 🏈⛪📿 DR. ALAN KEYES FT. COACH DAVE DAUBENMIRE 🎙2/7/2023
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Loy Brunson was a genius - you see, accepting a term in public office is NOT the same as working the fry basket at Mickey D's, frens; one has an obligation to DO NO HARM
Misprision of felony cannot, and will not, be ignored
"Misprision of felony" is a crime that occurs when someone knows a felony has been committed but fails to inform the authorities about it. The crime originated in English common law and required that citizens report crimes or face criminal prosecution. (Common law is law originating from custom and court decisions rather than statutes.)
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Due to the harshness of imprisoning people merely for failing to report a crime, most states chose not to include misprision of felony in their criminal laws. Instead, conduct that would fit the misprision definition is covered by other laws, such as those dealing with accomplice liability.
First enacted into U.S. law in 1789, misprision of a felony in the federal system is a felony punishable by a fine and up to three years in prison. The common law rule criminalized simply knowing about a felony and not notifying the authorities. But contemporary federal law also requires that the defendant take some affirmative act to conceal the felony. The crime has four elements:
a completed felony
the defendant knowing about the felony's commission
the defendant failing to notify a proper law enforcement authority, and
the defendant taking some affirmative step to conceal the felony.
(18 U.S.C. § 4.)
Typical acts of concealment include making false statements, hiding evidence, and harboring the felon. Whether someone's actions amount to concealment is for the jury to decide.
Let's git 'er DUN🧯