Under prosecutorial immunity, prosecutors may use false evidence, suppress exculpatory evidence, and elicit misleading testimony in probable cause hearings, all without fear that they will be held personally liable.
Prosecutors can use false evidence, suppress exculpatory evidence, and elicit perjury, all without fear that they will be held personally liable, even if they intentionally and maliciously violate the rights of innocent people.
"A federal court in New York delivered a setback to the Food and Drug Administration, ruling the agency can’t bar a drug company from marketing a pill for off-label use as long as the claims are truthful."
The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), one of the oldest free-market organizations in the United States, was founded in 1946 by Leonard E. Read to study and advance the freedom philosophy. FEE’s mission is to offer the most consistent case for the “first principles” of freedom: the sanctity of private property, individual liberty, the rule of law, the free market, and the moral superiority of individual choice and responsibility over coercion.