Oct 16, 2006


Govt. Had Requested 30 Years for Lawyer

"Mr. Dember ridiculed the defense claim that the prosecution of Ms. Stewart was meant to send a message to lawyers willing to defend the rights of those accused of, or convicted of, terrorist plots.

The prosecution, he said, was brought "not because she represents unpopular clients nor to deter defense counsel from involvement in terrorist-related cases -- or to chill them," he said. "And this had nothing whatsoever to do with 9/11."

He reminded the judge that terrorism prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald had wanted to launch a criminal investigation into Ms. Stewart's actions, but was told to "stand down" because there was an ongoing "intelligence investigation under way."

But Mr. Dratel insisted that the government wanted to "chill" aggressive defense tactics in terror cases and make an example of Ms. Stewart. " <more>


Blogger Jackie said...

Very good Fitz. Now this case is interesting. Client Attorney privilege. I think this sentence will be overturned by appeal. I wonder will we have a new investigation of 9/11 since the report was wrong. I know the victims families want the truth.

9:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ms. Stewart isn't what I had pictured in my head. !!

9:24 PM  
Anonymous just curious said...

Anon at 10:24 what does that mean?

9:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why the heck did they talk about so much? Eww, did the prisoner schmooze her to pass messages? Gross.

9:32 PM  
Anonymous Denny Hastert said...

Separated at birth?

9:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

She looked like my Grandma used to--dammit. RIP, Grannie.

My Grandma was the best school cook in the world, best cinnamon rolls you ever ate.

9:36 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Ok I read the article on Rawstory. She was wrong but to what degree for a life long spotless record. Fitz these guys have to look at the hold picture of a person and not get caught up in trying to just give big sentences. It's strange how some with worse crimes get light sentences but one crimes that didn't hurt the country let's hang her. Prosecutors are people and sometimes over the top.

9:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"We need to impeach the whole lot of them. Getting rid of Bush only to leave Cheney in place makes no sense. Amazing that Nixon faced impeachment for lying and Clinton for blow jobs. Yet, Bush lies his way into war while simultaneously waging a war on our Constitution, civil liberties and habeas corpus with very little protest."

Why is this comment so true and what the is the matter with everyone?

9:42 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...


I wonder will we have a new investigation of 9/11 since the report was wrong.

You can say that again!

Maybe a real bi-partisan one this time that addresses ALL the facts and with blame on why NORAD was not allowed to engage the planes..

Cell Phones could not work inside airplanes in 2001 and the airlines admitted that one...

What a scam..

9/11 was an Inside Job.

9:42 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...


Prosecutors are people and sometimes over the top.

Yep, in this case I think it was overkill..

9:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

One of the 9/11 truth sites has caught the WH and DOJ sneaking peeks at their site quite often.

9:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

30 years seems extreme in this case. The judge was light on the sentencing because of Ms. Stewart's helping the poor, etc.

9:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

28 months is definitely a light sentence in comparison to 30 years! LOL

9:54 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

GEF if you ever wonder why I like you just read the comments you made about my statements. smile. I love the law but I always have to remember it's humans who enact the policies and humans are perfect. I just try to keep that in mind.

9:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

FORT MEADE, Maryland - The highest-ranking officer charged with crimes at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq allowed detainee abuses and then lied about it, a general who investigated the scandal testified.

Maj. Gen. George Fay, who wrote a report on mistreatment of detainees at the prison, testified at a hearing Monday to determine whether the director of the prison's interrogation center should be court-martialed.

Fay said his investigation found that Lt. Col. Steven L. Jordan was in charge of the center, despite Jordan's insistence to Fay that he was just a liaison between the center and superior officers.

Fay said Jordan knew about some of the abuses and did not stop them. He said Jordan "told us a story that was deceptive and it was misleading, and he tried to avoid responsibility for his role at Abu Ghraib."

Bet he wasn't the only one aware of the abuses.


10:02 PM  
Blogger t said...

Yup-9/11 was an Inside Job. who would have ever believed it last year at this time the public would be so aware?

10:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

georgie porgie better get his pen out and write the pardon or the outrage in the black community will be...............oh well she's 67 and fucked up, but alas.

10:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is the power of the internet! :D

10:11 PM  
Blogger t said...

Yes, I'm thinking it was the best thing ever invented;-D S-Q

Reading through the layers of communication Ms Stewart used to "assist" in getting the word out-

Using code in press conferences, hmm..how come I never think like that- (I'd use good codes;-)
I was always a little slow at catching the juvenile deliquents I worked with at flashing gang signs at each other too heehee

10:22 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I look forward to hearing about her appeal. Yes, what Ms. Stewart di was wrong but not to extent to what the attorney is claiming. She is basically labeled as a terrorist under the Patriot Act when Ashcroft was the AG. Ms. Stewart has done alot work in her lifetime. Amd it is ashamed that she is not credited for that. Since 9/11 terrorist attacks left questions of a possible conspiracy and the report was incorrect, a new 9/11 investigation needs to happen. When we learned that 9/11 was a conspiracy, the victims' families will have the truth but it will leave the public very angry that innocent people from the U.S. and other countries were deliberately labeled and jailed as terrorists by the Gerbil and company in all in the name of greed, oil, and profits.

10:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Horribly sad that people cannot have their medication and locked up like Gitmo. Should 4th or longer generation citizens expect this too?

Is this being done to protect citizens or will we be treated the same?

10:42 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

You know, Shug is most ignorant Secretary of State. She pissed off the evangelical Christians. Shug swore in a new AIDS czar and referred to his partner's mother as his mother-in-law! I swear that everytime that dingbat girlfriday opens her mouth that she let out her ignorance!

10:44 PM  
Blogger teak said...

"When we learned that 9/11 was a conspiracy, the victims' families will have the truth but it will leave the public very angry that innocent people from the U.S. and other countries were deliberately labeled and jailed as terrorists by the Gerbil and company in all in the name of greed, oil, and profits."

God bless you, SPB.

10:44 PM  
Anonymous e said...


10:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Gangers figured out the 9/11 code for certain people reporting online.

Too bad all these evil-doers didn't put their brains to good use for the world. No, they had to destroy the planet or corrupt it.

10:53 PM  
Blogger teak said...

I wonder what Babs thinks of her new daughter-in-law! LOL! Remember Katrina. Horrible woman.

10:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OFF TOPIC...but this is tomorrow for anyone interested:

Press Release Source: Open Society Policy Center

WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ --President Bush will sign the Military Commissions Act of 2006 (MCA) on Tuesday. The administration claims that this law provides clear authorization for the CIA to conduct so-called "enhanced" interrogations. Credible media reports say these include waterboarding, extreme cold and sleep deprivation and prolonged stress positions. However, Republicans in both Houses said these techniques are "clearly prohibited" by the new law.

Please join nationally recognized experts for a telephone conference discussion of whether the new law authorizes or criminalizes brutal interrogations by calling: 1-800-210-9006, Passcode: 7848100 # on Tuesday, October 17, 2006 at 12-noon EDT (9 a.m. PDT).

Speakers will include:

Fred Hitz, former CIA Inspector General and veteran CIA operations officer. Mr. Hitz, a 20-year career veteran of the CIA attended Harvard Law School and teaches at Univ. of Virginia Law School.

Neal Sonnett, one of the nation's leading criminal trial lawyers and former prosecutor. Sonnet served as the chief of the criminal division of the US Attorney's Office in the Southern District of Florida, and a criminal defense lawyer, serving as President of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He has 38 years of experience prosecuting and defending criminal cases and was appointed the official ABA observer for the Military Commission trials at Guantanamo.

Dr. Allen Keller, Director of the Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture. Dr. Keller is an award winning physician who has treated torture survivors for over a decade. He is an Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine at NYU School of Medicine.

Moderated by:

Elisa Massimino, Washington Director of Human Rights First. Ms. Massimino is an attorney and has worked extensively with retired military officers opposed to the use of torture and other cruel interrogation techniques.

WHO: Elisa Massimino, Fred Hitz, Neal Sonnett and Dr. Allen Keller

WHAT: Press call on the Military Commissions Act of 2006 (MCA) which
is being signed by President Bush on Tuesday.

WHEN: Tuesday, October 17, 2006, 12-noon EDT (9 a.m. PDT).

CALL IN: Call-in number: 1-800-210-9006, Passcode: 7848100 #

10:56 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Teak and E:

Good to see you too back this evening. I just read on TPMmuckraker that Rep. Curt Weldon throws the CREW under the bus. It is called blame the CREW game. What I find amazing is that Weldon's ass got caught along with his daughter. Melanie Sloan of the CREW wrote a letter back in April 2004 to Ashcroft asking for investigation into Weldon and his daughter. Of course, Ashcroft and Noel Hillman ignored that letter. The media shold be thanking Ms. Sloan for asking for an investigation into that matter. But, it took 2 years for this? Weldon is just pissed off at Ms. Sloan because he and his daughter got caught with their pants down in graft! Ms. Sloan should be given a medal. Weldon and his daughter should be tossed in prison. And the MSM should be smacked with a boomerrang upside their head!

10:59 PM  
Blogger t said...

anon said Should 4th or longer generation citizens expect this too?

Of course...there is no one immune, eventually. They can't justify torture, no matter how they spin it. How McCain could roll over on this shows me he wants to be president more than he wants justice or American brand, anyway.

Gangers, huh? Makes sense-and yes they should have put their brains to good use. I nagged them about it constantly when I worked with the kidders-giving back to their community instead of taking etc, they liked me anyway;-) I actually liked most of them,
Dang those kids sometimes!

S-Q thanks, that sounds interesting!

Hi E and Teak

Looking forward to more explanations about the Weldon stuff. No surprise msm dropped the ball there
Signing Off JB's

11:03 PM  
Blogger teak said...

What do we say, S-Q? My illness has the stress, no sleep, lots of pain, hot/cold flashes, and trouble breathing. Water-boarding sounds terrifying. Actually, because I was looking up stuff about my illness is what got me interested in politics and opened my eyes. Plus it keeps my mind somewhat busy. (I know they do much worse then what they say they do, too. There are pictures floating around the net.)

Please advise what to say, I get too nervous.

11:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Teak & T:
Teak: I think you can just join the conference but you don't have to say anything. You can, of course, ask questions if you want to. I think they will have interesting things to discuss.

I am planning to join in... unless I get tied up on the phone with my work..

11:11 PM  
Blogger teak said...

If a sexual harrassment suit was dismissed at the federal level by both parties, what does that mean? It doesn't mean anyone is guilty does it?

Dirty campaign being run for AG in Kansas...Phil Kline and Paul Morrison.

Morrison was a Republican--changed parties 'cause KS republicans are kooks, good prosecutor of national cases, doesn't believe in snooping in everyones' medical records to stop abortion. Doesn't preach church on the side. Kline brought up this harassment charge.

Kline only talks about abortion, incest and a little too much about his daughter.

So, is it no biggie about this latest mud thrown by Kline?


Ok great, s-q. I will try and do that. Thanks. This is horrible what is happening to our country and laws. Kick out all the evil-doers in November.

11:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting those links 12:27 am. I learning more about that country everyday and some of it is very shocking. However, watching an interview on late night talk shows by celebs or directors with ties to that country prepared me. The host of the talk show raised his eyebrows and so did I.

Truth will always come out in due time.

Another topic:

I guess another journalist has been killed in Iraq. This makes that death toll 152. Maybe trying to report the good news?

11:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

BAGHDAD, Oct 16, 2006 (UPI via COMTEX) -- The weekend killing of an Iraqi radio correspondent and producer has brought the number of journalists killed since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion to 152.

Raed Qaies, 29, died Saturday in southern Baghdad, the Iraqi Journalists Syndicate said. He worked for Sawt Al Iraq, or Voice of Iraq, and was a producer of economic news for Somer Radio.

11:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Discovery phase
"the CIA case is not over by a long shot and Cheney is still at the center of the story."

1:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


4:35 AM  
Anonymous e said...

I was out of town...so wonderful to be missed...has something new come up about 911 that I need to read...clue me Justice girls and boys:) ...i think younger everyday:)
Jackie missed your thoughts
and of course SPB

Top of the mornin'

6:50 AM  
Anonymous E said...

What about this news from Isreal?

They look very efficient in towing the President in line for their war and his bad deeds....(can US take a hint)...:):)

6:56 AM  
Blogger R2K said...

What a hard issue. I dont see why a lawyer shouldnt be able to provide some kind of statement from her client to the public, maybe in this case that statement should have been cleared by the government. But then again, where is freedom of speech in this?

7:00 AM  
Blogger t said...

Good Morning JB's,

From my inbox a friend protesting about Blackwell stealing the vote for his Dubya. Blackwell will eventually end up in the can for his participation-in fact I'll make the prediction here, he'll be the first one in OH to go.

They were outside the governor's race debate.

Connie "a known trouble maker" that's almost funny. She is a nice middle aged lady who has won awards for community service! If they have all that on her, my file must be thick too-what a waste of paper and resources!
From my post, I saw a person approach Connie at the other exit and she soon crossed the street to the side of the channel ten parking lot and was talking to this person. There were several police cars also present. Connie relayed to me that a security guard from the building approached her, showed her a picture of herself (three of them) with all her information from the highway patrol and dept of public safety and told her that she was a "known troublemaker." This was done, apparently, in an attempt to intimidate her, upset her, scare her, and get us to leave before Blackwell left the building.

8:13 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening JBs:


Well this interesting news for the morning. Look who is talking to the DOJ. From Thinkprogress:

“Rep. John Doolittle (R-CA) acknowledged Monday that his lawyer, whom he has paid more than $38,000 in the last two months, is talking with the Justice Department about the congressman’s relationship with disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff.” Doolittle has denied he is under investigation for corruption.

I wonder if Rep. Jerry Lewis will do the same.

8:13 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Here more on crooks, liars, and thieves in morning:

Coin dealer, Noe, goes on trial in Ohio

The trial is expected to last at least six weeks, through the Nov. 7 election."

Program with Empty Threats from Shug

From our “Tilting At Windmills” file comes the empty threat today that Condi tells Iran they should pay attention to the possible naval blockade of North Korea as an indicator of what could happen to them if Tehran doesn’t dismantle its nuclear program. Please, make her stop. There is no way Tehran is going to be bullied into stopping what so far is a nuclear energy program because of a threat from Condi Rice or George W. Bush predicated on a North Korean naval blockade that the Chinese will never tolerate, no matter what Bush or Rice or Bolton think the Chinese agreed to in the Security Council resolution over the weekend. There were signs right after that vote that the Chinese had no intention of allowing what Bolton thought he “negotiated” on North Korea, despite the empty warnings from the White House that the Chinese needed to play ball here. And China confirmed just a while ago that they have no intention of interdicting shipping to North Korea.

Pass the tin foil please on McCain

8:35 AM  
Anonymous the knucklehead awards said...

The top 10 of America dumbest Congress/Senator on Capitol Hill. Here is the number #1: Horseface Harris!

SYBIL SERVANT Representative Katherine Harris is the biggest boob on the Hill

1.Representative Katherine Harris (R-FL)
If dumb Congress members were the X-Men, Harris would be their Wolverine—a mutant possessing fearsome skills

Here is the rest of the list!


8:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

October 16, 2006 - Twelve jurors and six alternates were chosen Monday for the federal racketeering conspiracy trial of two men accused of supplying money and fresh recruits to the Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas.

Opening statements were set for 9:30 a.m. Thursday at the trial of suburban Chicago grocer Muhammad Salah, 53, and former university professor Abdelhaleem Ashqar, 48, of Alexandria, Va.
U.S. District Judge Amy J. St. Eve overruled objections from federal prosecutors that defense attorneys had deliberately acted to keep whites from serving on the jury.

The defense was allowed to strike 10 names from the list of prospective jurors without showing cause as to why they should not serve. But such strikes cannot be merely for reasons such as race or ethnicity.

Prosecutors noted that nine of the 10 prospective jurors struck by the defense were white and asked St. Eve to restore four of them to the list.

St. Eve, however, held that in each case there was a plausible, non-racial explanation for why the defense used its strikes. And Salah attorney Michael E. Deutsch said his actions were not based on race.

"I couldn't care less whether a juror is white or black," Deutsch said. "I want jurors who are independent and open-minded."

Salah and Ashqar are accused of taking part in a 15-year conspiracy in which money allegedly was funneled into American bank accounts and then delivered to Hamas military cells waging a terrorist campaign in Israel.

Recruits also were allegedly mustered in the United States and sent overseas to join Hamas forces trying to topple the Israeli government.

Salah also is charged in the indictment with lying under oath in a civil lawsuit and Ashqar with refusing to testify before a grand jury.

Both men deny they are members of Hamas.

Also charged in the case is Abu Marzook, described by prosecutors as the deputy chief of the Hamas political division. But he is classified as a fugitive, believed living in Syria, and won't be at the trial.

(Copyright 2006 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

8:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Key players in the trial of Mohammed Salah (left in photo) are (insets, clockwise, from top) Michael Deutsch, the defense lawyer; Patrick Fitzgerald, U.S. Attorney; and Amy St. Eve, the judge. File photosIs this man a terrorist?
Mohammed Salah holds the distinction of being the only U.S. citizen designated an international terrorist by the U.S. government. Learn more about the Bridgeview man, and the cast of characters involved in his trial, in a series of profiles by Chris Hack.

• The accused: Mohammed Salah
• The defense: Michael Deutsch
• The judge: Amy St. Eve
• The prosecution

The prosecution
The government

October 15, 2006
Patrick Fitzgerald and Joseph Ferguson
U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald took office in 2001, just as the languishing federal probe into Hamas financing, Operation Vulgar Betrayal, was being revived. Two years later -- after an earlier terrorism prosecution against another south suburban man, Enaam Arnaout, had sputtered -- his office brought the charges against Salah.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph Ferguson is the lead prosecutor on the case.

The clean-cut, lanky prosecutor usually stares at the ground and slowly shakes his head when Salah's lawyers accuse the government of bringing the case for political reasons.

He sarcastically called Salah's graphic description of torture at the hands of Israeli agents during a two-month interrogation a "parade of horribles." And after a lengthy secret hearing, he was able to persuade the judge to side with him and rule Salah likely had lied about the torture.

Ferguson was braced for a new barrage of criticism at a hearing not long after he made the bombshell announcement last month the government was dismissing a key element of the indictment -- that Salah provided material support to a terrorist organization.

Defense attorneys claimed prosecutors knowingly fed the grand jury bogus information from an unreliable FBI informant.

When it was Ferguson's turn to talk, he quietly ridiculed the defense theory, calling it a "fantastical leap." But he saved heavier ammunition for viciously worded court papers: In one recent filing, making it clear the government won't stop calling Salah a terrorist despite the dismissal of the terrorism charge, he called Salah "a serial liar and obstructor of justice in the proactive service of a terrorist organization whose most recent assistance to the organization has occured in these very proceedings."


8:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The judge: Amy St. Eve
The judge

October 15, 2006
Amy St. Eve, who became one of the nation's youngest federal judges when she was appointed in 2002 at age 36, stands perhaps 5 feet tall. But from her perch in the 12th floor courtroom at the Dirksen Federal Building, she can often make lawyers appearing before her feel half that size.
The downstate Belleville native isn't afraid to get snippy. St. Eve sometimes cuts off attorney arguments in mid-stream and lashes out when she thinks her integrity is being questioned, once threatening Salah's defense attorney Michael Deutsch with contempt when he suggested she was biased toward prosecutors.

At least on paper, St. Eve's legal pedigree would seem to be on a collision course with the ideals of 1960s liberalism displayed by Salah's scrappy defense team. A Cornell University Law School overachiever, she practiced corporate law for several years before joining the Whitewater Independent Counsel team that prosecuted some of Bill Clinton's Arkansas associates. After another five years as a prosecutor in U.S. attorney's office in Chicago, she was nominated for the bench by Republican Sen. Peter Fitzgerald.

During hearings in the Salah case, and likely through out his lengthy trial, a phalanx of federal marshals -- often with a bomb-sniffing dog -- camp in the hallway in front of St. Eve's courtroom. They impose a second layer of security on top of the security stations in the courthouse lobby, guiding Salah case spectators through a metal detector and stripping all non-lawyers of cell phones and other electronic devices.

Inside, St. Eve runs the proceedings like a drill sergeant -- always starting precisely on time, if not early. During important Salah hearings, those not already in the courtroom aren't allowed to enter while she's on the bench.

The combined court cases of Ashqar and Salah, pending before St. Eve for three years, have been marked by extraordinary secrecy. Reams of classified documents from prosecutors have been used as evidence by St. Eve in pretrial rulings. Earlier this year, St. Eve granted a government request to hold a weeks-long hearing featuring testimony of code-named Israeli intelligence agents in secret; some of it was even off-limits to defense attorneys.

8:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Newt Gingrich for president buzz is back, and we're hearing it from a rather odd corner of Washington: 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Top Bushies tell us that they think the former disgraced House speaker would make a great president. Gingrich thinks big, they say, and represents the old Reagan-style of smaller-government conservatism. As for his past marital infidelity, they think it's a nothing-burger, especially if he faces Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, whose hubby had his own problems she'd rather forget.



Although the info on the social network diagram is older, still look at the names. Say NO to NEWT. Besides, Reagan and his buddies did a lot of harm to this country, a helluva lot of harm.


And Hillary? The country didn't get into such a mess without her knowing something and there are too many questions that needs answers.

The average American is tired of their country being shamed, going down the tubes, and children's future stolen over many decades. Families are speaking about and asking questions about the HUD, FHA, and other scandals. We see small farmers' land being bought up by rich fat cat for 'weekend get-aways' or hunting grounds. Those old timers that do vote will figure out stock-piles of grain is at a 5 year low and 40 nations are doing without. The pieces of the puzzle are coming together and lies are being exposed. People don't like being lied to and manipulated. We don't care for so called leaders that create chaos and stir up trouble, whitewash their screw-ups or worse, deny it.

9:12 AM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...


Ditto that you said! ;)

9:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...




4:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Tuesday, October, 17, 2006

Greetings fellow Christians,

My Christian name is Jeremiah, but I go by for my friends as Leroy Brown. Yes, like the song Bad Bad Leroy Brown, it’s better than being named Albert. You know “Hey Hey Its Fat Albert”. That is a racist thing to me. I live in Miami but do a lot of business in Wellington, Royal Palm Beach and the Acreage. I am a landscaper. I am also in the Witness Protection Act for things I know about 9-11 and Bay Point Schools.

I met Mr. Fisher last night by sheer chance. He was sitting in Steak and Shake doing some paperwork. It was like two in the morning. I recognized him because I saw his photo on the web at the National Whistle Blower Hotline. I sat down and finally had a chance to tell him about my brother Tommy. That is not his real name. I can’t give that out due to me being in the WPA.

This is what I told Mr. Fisher. I am going to send this letter to his friends in the CIA and the National Whistle Blower Hotline so they can spread the word to the press, media and all over the Internet.

In 1998 my brother was mistaken for a neighbor of selling drugs. Just so you can understand, my little brother is only eleven years old then. We are Baptists and always go to Church in Belle Glade or Pahokee or Rivera Beach. We have a large family for support.

My brother ended up being sent to Bay Point School for rehab. We couldn’t do a thing about it. The Governor, Jeb Bush just ignored our letters to him. We wrote to Congressman Clay Shaw and Robert Wexlar and still got no help. It was very strange to get no help at all. Well the good thing is my brother wasn’t there to long, he did about, I think six or maybe it was seven months getting help, help that was not needed. He was framed. An eleven-year-old child of God that would get raped by Joe Klock and countless politicians. My brother was a genius, he had a way with numbers, specifically computer programming. I think its because he played computer games all the time. He was forced to undergo all kinds of torture; things like what David Lopez Blass went through at Growing Together in 2004. "



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