ROBBERY OF FREEDOM:The Ultimate Injustice


WRONGFUL CONVICTION AND IMPRISONMENT IN ALABAMA
ROBBERY OF FREEDOM: The Ultimate Injustice
One human being is too many when it comes to unlawfully, wrongfully having their
freedom taken away from them and their rights denied. I received a most bizarre false accusation,
wrongful conviction, and illegal imprisonment. I was the victim of malicious prosecution

and conspiracy to maliciously prosecute. The corrupt individuals have gone so far as to

literally sentence me THREE times for the same bogus lie. Is there such a

violation as 'TRIPLE JEOPARDY'?! My rights were severely and visciously

denied, and I have been failed miserably by the system. I am becoming more and more aware ...

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the victim of small town politics where the locals have met very little resistance in doing things their own way, regardless of the law. In fact, I am the first one who has ever been known to challenge that state court of Bullock County, Alabama (City of Union Springs) for their misconduct and gross miscarriage of justice.

I feel that I must preface my story with events that led up to the conspired, bogus lie, and malicious accusation against me.

My accuser, John Will Waters, whom I was never allowed to face in court, is a king pin drug lord. He operates out of that small town, but reaches as far as Colombia, South America. My parents grew up in that same town. Waters was from a long line of moonshiners and crooks. He is very liberal and seems to think money will do anything. He and my parents have always been on the opposite side of issues, i.e., they opposed the building of a state prison there, Waters was for it. They are Republicans, he's a Democrat.

My father started, owned ...

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1995 the foreclosure was staged on the steps of the courthouse. As people gathered, so did my parents, brothers, and I. My parents voiced loudly to the attorney, Rutland, that they had the money. They were totally ignored. A friend offered to pay it for them since he wouldn't take their money, and that was refused. He opened the bid at $85,000. No one can benefit from the sale at a foreclosure and he was opening at $35,000 above the amount owed! My parents bid $85,500. They countered after each bid, but were totally ignored. The attorney yelled sold, and pointed to a bidder who had been sent by my accuser, John Will Waters.

My parents asked him how he could do that. The attorney's ...

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