Due to the civil disability of incarceration I have very limited means of getting people’s attention or obtaining help. This is why I am appealing to you and the world as best I can. Currently I am on a mission to bring attention to a severe injustice that happened to me.
Since being abandoned into the foster care system at age nine I have been in continuous State Custody ever since. I am forty now. The foster home to prison pipeline ensnared me as it does eighty percent of the all foster children. Being State raised gave me a front row seat to the oppressive and inhumane treatment of countless Americans. That insight prompted me to develop my own political view, and I stood on these idealistic political beliefs throughout a sham trial in 2006. The merits of the case were not addressed, only my political passions were. The political powers in control of the King County Superior Court unsurprisingly found me guilty and railroaded me into an extremely long sentence of thirty-two years.
The problem with the above is that all Americans are entitled to a fair trial. If the Court knew my political argument was going to be unsuccessful then it had a duty to notify me of that. Whenever someone is arrested or processed as their own attorney they are notified of their rights and of the dangers and risks. The legal field sometimes calls this a “colloquy”. The Court should of conducted a colloquy and because they didn’t I had an extremely unfair trial.
Of course none of this matters if I cannot bring attention to this injustice. So that’s where you come in. I have a website www.railroadedinseattle.com where I post frequent newsletters / blogs. I want you to subscribe to my newsletter and follow my story. I need all the people I can to get as this is a monumental feat that requires monumental amounts of people.
In closing, please know I had limited amount of space to spark your interest, so if I haven’t thoroughly sparked it please visit my website to ascertain greater depth and context with supporting documents and trial transcripts. Thanks and I’ll see you there …