Wednesday, January 2, 2013

My former attorney Paul Minor (currently in prison) has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn his sentence in a Mississippi judicial corruption case.

Using the comment section at the end of the Sun Herald article, ask that the Sun Herald publish the deleted comment that I had submitted for publication below this article.  The Sun Herald knows my comment to be true, because they also have copies of the audio tapes and documents submitted to the FBI.
— Imprisoned former attorney Paul Minor has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn his sentence in a Mississippi judicial corruption case.
Minor is appealing a decision by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last August that upheld the sentences of Minor and former judges Wes Teel and John Whitfield. Prosecutors said Minor backed loans for the judges in exchange for favorable court rulings. Read more:  

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 Paul Minor is my former attorney of fifteen years and former judge John Whitfield sat on my case during the time they engaged in bribery and the time period covered by their corruption convictions by a jury.  I have audio tape recordings of Paul Minor and former judge John Whitfield during conferences during the time covered by the corruption convictions which resulted in the sentencing now on appeal.  I was a party in taped conferences in which Minor explained how bribes were used to influence the judge in my case.  I recorded former judge John Whitfield's in his own courtroom explaining that he had been influenced.  I turned the tapes, transcripts and documents into the Mississippi Attorney General and Dept of Justice as evidence against Minor and Whitfield.  
If Minor is successful in his appeal, no person or business in the US will be safe from becoming a victim of public and court corruption. No person will be safe from attorneys who sell their clients and their cases to the highest bidder.

Toxic Justice, my memoir, tells the true story of how child and adult victims of toxic injury are further victimized by their own attorneys, the court, and politicians. Go to

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