Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, New Britain General Hospital, Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office and Florida District Two Medical Examiner’s Office.
Dr. Clark, an associate medical examiner with Florida District Two Medical Examiner’s Office, is licensed in both Florida and Georgia. Dr. Clark’s online resume shows that he “Specializes in Anatomic Pathology and Forensic Pathology.” In the 2011 double murder case, State of Florida vs. DeShon Thomas, Dr. Clark, who performed the autopsies of both victims, clearly committed Perjury. Dr. Clark did not change his opinion—Dr. Clark committed Perjury. Dr. Clark did not give the facts off of his own autopsy reports. On October 16, 2013 instead of being honest, Dr. Clark chose to assist State Prosecutor Jack Campbell, whose dad—Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell has jurisdiction over the double murder investigation—wrongfully convict 20-year-old DeShon Thomas. DeShon Thomas, a Black male, was a 17-year-old freshman college student when he was charged with the murders.
DeShon Thomas’ case was plagued with conspiracy and the corrupt minds of Tallahassee, Florida’s Good Ol’ Boy Network. State Attorney Willie Meggs, Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell and his son State Prosecutor Jack Campbell lied to Judge Nina Ashenafi-Richardson in order to have DeShon arrested for the murders. The trio recruited a friend/ volunteer (Reserve Deputy Don Odham) to Judge Nina Ashenafi-Richardson as a Leon County Sheriff’s Detective on the case when in fact, Don Odham was not a detective on the case—Don Odham is not a Certified law enforcement agency—he was not qualified to be a detective. The full-time Certified lead detective on the case and her team of full-time Certified detectives/ deputies had not found sufficient probable cause to charge DeShon with the murders and had began investigating other leads. Don Odham was merely a disgraceful wanna-be cop, whose longtime friends (The Campbell Family) wanted a quick arrest and he was willing to make it happen where the others would not. DeShon had five attorneys—including one paid local attorney by the name of Gregory Cummings. While Mr. Cumming received a total of $29850 from DeShon’s mother over sixteen months, Mr. Cummings refused to depose Dr. Anthony Jose Clark. Meanwhile, Second District State Attorney Willie Meggs and State Prosecutor Jack Campbell refused to allow the District Two Medical Examiner’s Office to make the victims’ autopsy reports Public Record. After Mr. Cummings was fired by DeShon and his mother for unethical practice, DeShon’s case defaulted back to the court to appoint legal representation. Both court appointed attorneys filed Motions to Withdraw—the second attorney, Daren Shippy’s motion was denied.
Mr. Shippy filed a Memorandum with the courts claiming to have deposed Dr. Anthony Clark. However, the memo stated that both victims were deceased within 24 hours of Dr. Anthony Clark coming in contact with the bodies. Mr. Shippy, who’d already filed a court documents with false information, also refused to file the necessary court documents to make the victims autopsy reports Public Record.
After Dr. Clark’s trial testimony, DeShon’s mother, who a year earlier had received a few pages of the victims’ autopsy reports in an email, filed a complaint with the State of Florida Department of Health located in Tallahassee, Florida for having committed Perjury. Like other government agencies located in Tallahassee, Florida where this Good Ol’Boy Network has a stronghold, within days the State of Florida Department of Health stated in a letter that Dr. Clark had not committed Perjury. But when DeShon’s mother contacted the Florida Surgeon General’s Office, she received an email stating that the complaint filed with the Department of Health was being forwarded to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement—which is also located in Tallahassee, Florida.
Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell is seventy-one-years-old with over 50 years of working with local law enforcement agencies including the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. State Attorney Willie Meggs has held the Office of State Attorney since the early 1980s. Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell’s son, Jack Campbell, has been working with State Attorney Willie Meggs for over 10 years. Circuit Judge James C. Hankinson, the judge assigned to DeShon’s case, violated several of DeShon’s U.S. Constitutional Rights—Judge Hankinson also worked for State Attorney Willie Meggs during his career before becoming a Circuit Court Judge. There is more than enough evidence to show that local attorneys and former law enforcement officers feared this Good Ol’ Boy Network. Anyone who opposed them would suffer consequences.
Dr. Clark testified that he’s provided hundreds of trial testimonies. While it is unclear of how many of those testimonies he provided in Tallahassee, what is very clear is that in the case of State of Florida vs. DeShon Thomas, Dr. Clark committed Perjury.
In another case, State of Florida vs. George Zimmerman, in Sanford, FL Dr. Shiping Bao, an associate medical examiner with Volusia County, gave testimony regarding the autopsy that he (Dr. Bao) performed on 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. It’s been reported that shortly after Dr. Bao’s testimony, he (Dr. Bao) was fired. It has also been reported that Dr. Bao is claiming that the State of Florida purposely threw the case to cover up George Zimmerman having murdered Trayvon Martin.
While the State of Florida was quick to fire Dr. Shipping Bao, according to healthgrades.com, Doctor Anthony Jose Clark has No Board Actions against him.