If you are unsatisfied with the outcome of the appeal of your case in the your state's court of last resort or the federal appellate court, your next aim will be to obtain a court order from the Supre(...)
End CPS And Family Court Abuses - The Ninth Commandment - Governor J Nixon - Missouri
Please Visit InnocenceDestroyed - www.youtube.com Also remember to visit www.youtube.com and sign her petition. Attorney Margaret Donnelly, Dr Lisa Emmennegger, Judge Melvyn Weissman, Judge Carol Whittingdon, Judge Mary Bruntrager Schroeder Of The Missouri Family Court circuits. This is for you!! Imagine you are in court, the evidence is weighed against you, that evidence though is manufactured, solely based on lies, opinions or perceptions! Imagine you have committed no crime or broken any laws or harmed anyone. Imagine then your child is not taken from you, but is simply not returned to you for 18 yearS, simply for the financial gain of the State you live in! This happened to - SHREDDEDSOCIETY. THOU SHALT NOT BEAR FALSE WITNESS I have always felt that this is one of the worst commandments which anyone can break!, certainly it probably has a deeper effect on life than say stealing, which although bad enough does not carry lasting or devastating consequences. This commandment, when broken can shatter and destroy the lives of its victims utterly and completely.
TROY, MO (KTVI) – Russ Faria`s attorney asked for a new trial and the Missouri Court of Appeals sent a message Tuesday that he might get it. This in-depth follow-up coverage in a FOX 2 joint investigation with the St. Louis Post Dispatch. The appeals court sent the case back to Lincoln County because of […]
CAMERON, Mo. (AP) - A southwest Missouri man convicted of killing his grandmother has died in prison. The state Corrections Department says 31-year-old Troy Ford, of Springfield, was pronounced dead just before noon Friday at a northwest Missouri hospital. The agency says an autopsy will be performed. Ford was serving a life sentence at Crossroads Correctional Center for second-degree murder and ...
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) - The Virginia truck driver who killed a sailor aboard a Naval destroyer served prison time for manslaughter and drugs, but it was still unclear what led him onto the base earlier this week.