Public Corruption Widespread in Lower Merion, PA
Lower Merion Civic “On-Line” org
Mr. Jacuqin Byrd,
Thank-you for again writing me, as I am in receipt of your latest (2nd) letter, post marked July 31, 2007.
Jacuqin, both you and I share a common attribute of “life imprisonment” imposed by widespread public criminal corruption committed by law enforcement officials. Both you and Mrs. Sara Boone are also victims in that of being denied a fair and competent trial as the direct result of the premeditated attempted murder and subsequent felonies committed by the Lower Merion Police against me and my family under the supervision of Superintendent Joe Daly.
In my case, it is being done through the complete obstruction of justice and due process of law, you and Mrs. Boone have been denied a fair and competent trial solely to escape discovery of the same criminal actions committed by the Lower Merion Police and the widespread public corruption surrounding it.
The evidence against you at your trial was sourced from the same law enforcement officials that have committed the felony crimes against me and my family members including false police reports and fabrication of evidence, just to name a few.
As long as these felony charges against Lower Merion Police remain completely un-investigated by competent law enforcement officials the credibility and validity of any criminal trial remains in serious jeopardy of anyone receiving a fair trial.
As it stands today, any prosecution charges by the District Attorney now remain in serious disbelief to its credibility or validity of any criminal evidence. Defendants in every case will now site the un-investigated public corruption and fabrication of police evidence by felons employed within our law enforcement personnel. The very nature and magnitude of the crimes is in fact: felony crimes against the community in which it serves.
You can be assured that I and the community will demand nothing less than a full investigation of the felony municipal corruption being served against the community. In your current appeal before the PA Superior Court the competent judge can only rule for a new trial of competent jurisdiction.