Tennessee “Dictatorship of the Judiciary” Has Its Roots in the Legislature

A Tennessee law from the 1970s updated in 1999 protects judges and other public employees with "immunity" for violating citizens' civil rights, jailing them falsely, defaming them and robbing them of their privacy

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