April 2011

I was transferred on January 27 to Macon State Prison. Then on January 28, I was taken to the Columbus County Jail to have my February 1st Court date. My hearing on extraordinary motion for a new trial and DNA testing. The judge heard and listened and will set another court date soon, to hear more. I will send him (the court) more exhibits to show that new discovered evidence would help to prove my innocense.
I do feel good about everything and am looking forward to going back, because the judge is truly listening and wants more exhibits.
I'm well, doing okay. Just taking one day at a time. I'm closer to Columbus, but this prison is worst then Hays. But I'm alright and will be alright, as I'm just living one day at a time.
My next court date is set for 19th of May 2011, at 10.00 a.m. I don't know how things are going to turn out. I can only hope and pray for the best. I do know that I stand alone in the belly of the beast.
I had settle out of court for life without parole, agreeing that I had all my constitutional rights, that I was not giving them up, to keep fighting my conviction. Just a few days ago I found out my lawyers lied to me and tricked me saying the DA agreed that I have all my constitution rights if I accepted the life without parole.

January 2011

Finally some positive news. I'm going to court before the same judge, on February 1st, 2011, at 12:30 pm on the 7th floor, Judge John D. Allen.
1. Extra ordinary motion for a new trial
2. Motion requesting DNA testing
3. Motion to compel court order
4. Motion to vacate and set aside verdict
5. Motion for evidentiary hearing and facts
This is what I wanted. I must now ready myself for this hearing for this is my big chance to turn things around, win my freedom or a new trial, or cut my sentence. Finally the door has now been reopened for me by the will of God...
I will let you know what happened in court for sure. This is a hearing on all my motions. I must prove to the judge that I should have all these things, to be set free.