On 30 Jun 2005 12:03:05 -0700, "LLL" <[email protected]> wrote:
>>Keith Henson is presently a refugee living in Canada. Yes the USA, land of
>>the free, has its own religious refugee. Keith believes that had he gone to
>>prison the cult might have arranged for unpleasant things to happen to him
>>there. Given the lengths they had gone to in securing his conviction and
>>their subsequent attempts to harass him in Canada, who knows what they
>>might have done
>Does anyone know how often first time Misdemeanor offenders in CA
>actually get ANY jail time? How often are they permitted to post
>appeal bonds (stay out of jail while the appeal pends)?
According to a county official who was scared but still willing to talk to me, the fix was in. It was a political necessity for me to be put in jail. If you ask me privately I will tell you his name.
>The WORST that could have happened to Henson was one year in jail, in
>my experience wife batterers and DUIs don't even get that much jail
>time their first trip through the system. The jails are too overcrowded
>as it is.
>I am not clear of what the jury actually convicted him of. Looking at
>the statute, it may be unconstitutional on its face or as applied.
That's what Judge Walker thought. However, he recused himself because he knew a *prosecution* witness, Detective Tony Greer, and the DA complained about it. (My lawyer did not.) They then got a contract lawyer with no background in criminal law who did a number of very dicey things like sealing part of the record with no opportunity for people to complain about it.
>Futher, Henson has raised several incidents of unfairness at the trial.
The motions in limine were so restrictive that my lawyer told me I would be taken out of the courtroom right to jail if I opened my mouth.
> All of this forms the basis for an appeal. But Henson relinquished
>his appeal rights when he fled the jurisdiction. This is unfortunate
>because he may have had an excellent case.
The quality of an appeal case becomes the mootest of moot when the appellant is dead.
>My deepest respect goes to the non-violent resisters who face the
>This man http://www.natcath.com/NCR_Online/archives/091401/091401j.htm
>could have easily fled when facing tens of years in prison. yet he
>stood trial, was unbelievably acquited (he definitely had smuggled
>Many others working with him were convicted,
>http://www.georgiabulletin.org/local/1986/05/15/a/, all got probation.
>or how about these people
>Yes Scientology you may DA me on my support for non-volent law breakers
>( who do their time like adults).
You have to trust that the government is not corrupt. By the time I got to the end of that trial it had become abundantly clear that the Riverside county government could not be trusted in the least. Look here:
to see why I was not exactly trusting of the Riverside County DA's office.
That was fully born out in the following civil case where the three random representative "victims" sued me and won. I was not permitted present a case or to appeal.
I just had news tonight of some information that will knock the socks off any lawyer ever born, a crime so weird and unbelievable that there are no laws against it, but it strikes at the very foundations of justice.
Ask me privately.