Monday, August 18, 2014

REASONABLE DOUBT IN PAUL BAILEY CASE FURTHER ENHANCED BY SCOTT GREER'S MALFEASANCE

In a criminal trial, the burden of proof is on the government.     Defendants do not have to prove their innocence UNLESS THE DEFENDANT HAD INCOMPETENT COLLUSIVE ATTORNEYS AND THE DEFENDANT DID NOT HAVE PROOF OF TAMPERING UNTIL AFTER THE TRIAL!
The standard of proof in a criminal trial is proof "beyond a reasonable doubt," which means the evidence must be so strong that there is no reasonable doubt that the defendant committed the crime.  Reasonable doubt has clearly been proven now that a rational investigation has taken place and multiple experts have pointed out problems they have with the evidence used against Mr. Bailey.

Furthermore, in recent weeks, we've also seen the media circus surrounding Ex-"Officer" Scott Greer's sexual misconduct  (formerly of Frisco PD and recently investigated by the Texas Rangers) and the Frisco PD's "audit" of Greer's activity in the last 2 years (that was convenient since they are clearly aware of  Paul Bailey's case which was over two years ago- they didn't want to open that can of worms!)  bear in mind that he has been decertified as a witness in Collin and Denton Counties since he is now deemed "not credible".   We're including the link about his recent malfeasance.

http://www.dallasnews.com/news/community-news/frisco/headlines/20140709-frisco-detectives-sexual-misconduct-may-jeopardize-trials.ece

In Paul Bailey's Collin County Case, the Judge recently appointed an attorney without his knowledge (who has never contacted him despite his requests) so they wouldn't have to bench warrant him back to Collin so that his court-appointed public pretenders Gregg Gibbs and Mark Ledbetter would have to face him , but in the photo below, you can see the docket says this new Attorney couldn't reveal discover/evidence to client.  (photo of docket is below)  The law says they are supposed to provide the reason they are sealing evidence, but they've not even told him via letter that he has an attorney!  We can only assume that this is an indication that Collin County has an open and ongoing investigation into whoever tampered with the evidence,  and whether the other "officers" also perjured themselves.  Whatever the reason, things are still odd and irregular in Collin County!


Texas Twenty Lawsuit, Texas Laws not Certified as required by Constitution, Civil Rights Violations, Prison Industrial Complex, Collin County, Scott Greer Compromised Court Cases, Scott Greer Investigation, Scott Greer Sexual Misconduct,  Evidence Sealed in Collin County, Brady Evidence not Provided to Paul Bailey in Collin County Case that was compromised as shown in Writ Of Habeas,  Paul Bailey to soon be Released in Evidence Tampering Case involving Frisco Police Department,  Scott Greer Dishonorably Discharged but Frisco Police Department Claimed to do an Audit after Texas Rangers Investigated Scott Greer- They Conveniently Failed to go back more than two years (which would have included a review of Paul Bailey's Case).