Monday, May 12, 2014

FORMER CANDIDATE FOR US CONGRESS STATES THAT FRISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT "CRIMINALLY ALTERED" EVIDENCE, WHY THE COLLIN COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY HAD TO KNOW ABOUT IT.

Pretty sure the Collin County District Attorney figured it was politically "worth it" to sacrifice an innocent man and try to shield Frisco Police Department from a lawsuit when they were more than happy to use Tampered Evidence.   HERE'S A WORD FROM PAUL FOR THE DA AND SCOTT GREER----WHEN YOU LIE, CHEAT, AND STEAL, SOMETIMES YOU'LL GET CAUGHT.

Now that Paul Bailey's Writ of Habeas has been filed with the court, (see other posts if you'd like to download it), we felt it appropriate to let you see the letter that former candidate for US Congress Everett Stern wrote after examining the evidence.  Everett is not new to the arena, he is the whistleblower who found Terrorist Funds running through HSBC.

Here's a Rolling Stone Article about Everett:  http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/gangster-bankers-too-big-to-jail-20130214?page=3

Here's a video:  http://rt.com/shows/sophieco/banks-globe-stream-economy-875/

And here's Everett's Report on the evidence tampering by Frisco Police Department. 


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