Saturday, October 12, 2019

Thanks for the Bone

The US criminal justice system and all of its many paid participants are nothing but trash, with a few exceptions of course. In the case of Paul Bergrin and case of William Baskerville, which is connected only by the murder of Kemo Deshawn McCray, the only judicial exception is the Honorable US District Judge William Martini. There are no government or prosecution or FBI exceptions. Defense attorneys are another subject and it's a mixed bag!

I know exactly what they all did to William Baskerville and so does William. Neither one of us was born yesterday. The entire evidentiary hearing was one big setup with the goal of easily disposing of his many claims in the 2255 petition. To know this, one must only look at the November 2018 court Opinion that gave William the evidentiary hearing. The Opinion whittled his long list of claims down to what amounted to a few minor points. The Opinion filed in PACER late on October 9, 2019, easily chipped away those few claims William was allowed to address in the evidentiary hearing. 

At the conclusion of the just filed Opinion, Judge Sheridan threw William Baskerville a bone. The issue is that William is not a dog and has no interest in their decaying bone. And don't think it is not easily noticeable that William was, once again, cheated out of presenting witnesses in his defense. The November 2018 Opinion whittled the witnesses down to only two: Hakeem Curry and Rakeem Baskerville. It was relatively simple to knock off these two witnesses in the hearing, but the reasoning behind knocking down the witness list to these two men is suspect to say the least. 

I did not speak openly about the court's November 2018 Opinion for reasons that should be obvious. William had won an evidentiary hearing, which is supposed to be a major accomplishment in our lousy, sorry excuse for a justice system. At that point we were unsure if it was a setup to get rid of all of William's claims or a real attempt to find truth. Now we know. 

Just let this post sit. I'm too angry to discuss this whittling exercise care of the US government and  the court right now and have been since the night of the 10th when I discovered the Opinion in PACER. This post is to let the perpetrators of this long game of injustice know that I know, and that William knows. Everything will be addressed soon.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Vicky you are not the only one to be angry about the case of William Baskerville
and the attitude of our justice system.

Anonymous said...

WOW all for nothing I really believed he had a clear cut chance like most do when granted a evidence hearing, to hold such hearings means a lot for any defendant also means that the judge seen error and mistakes even encompanacy like not calling in key wittiness or all, STRAIGHT BS it was a way to stop his appeal trust me they dont allow appeals if a defendant have no proof of misconduct in any way.

Anonymous said...

Why hold the dam hearing???

Anonymous said...

Incompantent is what I ment I'm so pissed.....

Anonymous said...

HOW CAN SO MUCH INJUSTICE HAPPEN, NOT EVEN LEAVING THE RIGHT FOR SOMEONE TO
DEFEND HIS CASE.
THE USA JUSTICE SYSTEM IS THE MOST HYPOCRITICAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IN THE CIVILIZED
WORLD.
ONLY MADE IN USA.

Anonymous said...

Can you post the oct 9 opinion?

Vicky Gallas said...

@the last Anonymous -

I just uploaded it to my website. I do have a lot to say about it, but still too disgusted to address it. Just copy and paste this link to your browser to read the Opinion:

http://www.accusedmadam.com/wp-content/uploads/William-Baskerville-2255-Opinion-Oct-8-2019.pdf

Anonymous said...

Is there any hope left for Williams defense and rights.

Vicky Gallas said...

@the last Anonymous -

Yes, of course there is still hope. William is working on it. I have a good idea how he will respond, but won't be able to say it publicly. The charges should have been vacated though - at least the Kemo murder conspiracy charge. William has been in custody since November of 2003 and instead of giving him his freedom in this ridiculous case, the court whittled away at his claims and denied his right to call his witnesses yet again. Now it will all take more time. This judge had the case for a couple of years, so how much more time is up to debate. They all seem to kiss the government's rear.

Anonymous said...

The Judges have no back bones. They are afraid of the government, their position,
their salary, their old age pension plan, whatever.....
There is only one Judge that we can greatly admire and that is JUDGE MARTINI.
He is the best, the one that should receive all our gratitude because he saw the
truth in all this injustice. I wish that the government would be smarter and more
honest and make the States a better country to live in with an honest Justice
system. ALL THIS DOES NOT MAKE AMERICA THE FIRST, IT MAKES AMERICA THE WORST.

Unknown said...

Are there ground's for a claim of constitutional rights violation stemming from the govt handling of the case? Is thee a bar against such a claim?

Unknown said...

A possible bivens action against the judge or prosecutor. How was provable cause found? Check the process ..