FLORIDA’S JUDICIAL NIGHTMARE (TALLAHASSEE)

Nightmare

Tallahassee, FL—-Between December 2011 and October 2012, DeShon Thomas’ mother contacted Governor Rick Scott’s Office begging for him to assign a Special Prosecutor to her son’s double murder case in Florida’s 2nd Judicial Circuit Court (Leon County–Tallahassee). Governor Scott refused to do so.

During the mid-morning hours, on January 27, 2011, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office began investigating the double murder of a sister and brother, just blocks away from the Leon County Sheriff’s Office. The female victim was five months pregnant. Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell, FDLE Commissioner Gerald Bailey, and others with the Sheriff’s Command Staff and FDLE staff arrived at the scene. The victims family members were taken to the sheriff’s Office where they informed detectives of several recent life-threatening events surrounding their deceased family members. (NONE of the events involved DeShon (the female victim’s former boyfriend and possible father of her unborn baby.) The victims’ mother and 16-year-old brother underwent a Gun Shot Residue Kit, because they too had a history of disputes with their deceased family members.

Next, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office began focusing all of their attention on 17-year-old DeShon Thomas. At the time, DeShon was in his 3rd semester as a full-time freshman at Tallahassee Community College and had been working at Taco Bell for nearly a year. Instead of the Leon County Sheriff’s Office attempting to make contact with DeShon, who was a minor, or DeShon’s mother, a detective on the case had been instructed by Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell, to prepare a Probable Cause Report for DeShon’s AT&T cell phone records and have AT&T GPS track DeShon via his cell phone. A Court Order was signed by Leon County Judge Ronald Flury. When Leon County detectives located DeShon, they did not approach him. They waited until he and three others entered into an SUV. Leon County Sheriff’s deputies initiated a traffic stop on the SUV. DeShon, who was a backseat passenger in the SUV, had learned about the murders earlier in the day. The girl driving the SUV and her boyfriend were friends of DeShon’s male cousin, who was also in the SUV. All of them were forced out of the SUV and were searched. The SUV was also searched. The traffic stop did not net DeShon being arrested. A deputy took photos of DeShon’s shoes. DeShon was allowed to leave with the others.

When Leon County Sheriff’s Office Lead Detective Melinda McBride and her team of detective had begun to concluded their investigation of DeShon Thomas–without sufficient probable cause to make an arrest, Detective Don Odham claimed to have received enough probable cause to have DeShon charged with the murders. Despite, Detective McBride stating in her report that Detective Odham was not being truthful in his report, on February 11, 2011, Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell, Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell, and 2nd District State Attorney Willie Meggs filed Detective Don Odham’s Summary of Offense and Probable Cause Affidavit for Two Counts of 1st Degree Murder with the 2nd Judicial Circuit Clerk of Courts. Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell, presented the affidavit prepared by Detective Don Odham to Leon County Judge Nina Ashenafi-Richardson. Judge Richardson approved the Probable Cause and issued an Arrest Warrant for DeShon Thomas.

By then, DeShon was already in the Leon County Adult Jail on cultivation of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia charges, was served with the arrest warrant for the double murders.

DeShon’s Case Process—

Second Circuit Judge James C. Hankinson and Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell were assigned to DeShon’s case. DeShon was being represented by the Public Defender’s Office. DeShon entered Not Guilty on all charges. Three days after DeShon’s 1st Appearance, the Public Defender’s Office conflicted off of the case. The Public Defender’s Office informed DeShon that he would be represented by the Regional Counsel’s Office.

Within two weeks of DeShon’s being charged with the murders, Detective Don Odham replaced Detective Melinda McBride as Lead Detective on the double murder case.

As 17-year-old DeShon Thomas sat in the Leon County Jail for over a month, DeShon and DeShon’s mother repeatedly contacted the Leon County Clerk of Courts and the Regional Counsel’s Office in an attempt to get the name of DeShon’s court appointed legal counsel. To no avail. Neither the Clerk of Courts nor the Regional Counsel’s Office had any information. Meanwhile, DeShon’s mother had learned that DeShon was up against a father and son legal team. Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell whose office has jurisdiction over the double murder investigation was working directly with his son, Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell who was handling the prosecution of the double murder case. DeShon’s mother knew that this kind of “Team”–this “Foundation”–could mean huge grounds for conspiracy and corruption all around. With DeShon’s mother, having moved her family to Tallahassee ten years earlier, having had worked for both a government consulting firm and a government agency, she truly believed that the father and son “Team” posed a HUGE conflict of interest. And when she was told that NO conflict of interest existed, she knew that conspiracy and corruption were inevitable.

A little over a month after DeShon had been in the Leon County Jail, he was charged with possession of a firearm by a juvenile delinquent. Two days later, on March 12, 2011, DeShon’s mother signed a Contract for Service to represent DeShon with Tallahassee Defense Attorney Gregory Cummings. At the time of signing the contract, Mr. Cummings promised to provide DeShon with a copy of the victims autopsy reports, to provide DeShon with a copy of DeShon’s AT&T cell phone records, and to obtain a sworn deposition of the one witness, 21-year-old Trentin Ross, whom Detective Don Odham claimed to have received incriminating statements about DeShon which led to Detective Don Odham to have DeShon charged with the murders.

Mr. Ross and DeShon worked together at Taco Bell. Mr. Ross rented a one-bedroom apartment within walking distance of the Taco Bell where they worked. Mr. Ross had allowed DeShon to sleep on his couch for the six weeks leading up to Mr. Ross and DeShon being arrested for cultivation of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. It was during a search warrant for firearms being executed by the Leon County Sheriff’s Office at Mr. Ross’ apartment as to when detectives stated that they had located five pots of soil with marijuana stems sprouting from them in Mr. Ross’ bedroom closet. The execution of the search warrant happened on January 28, 2011, while DeShon and his mother were being held against their will at the Leon County Sheriff’s Office by Detective Don Odham. Initially, DeShon and his mother had voluntarily gone to the Leon County Sheriff’s Office to give a statement in regards to the double murders. But their responsible citizens action only brought forth racism, false imprisonment, and other Civil Rights violations by Detective Don Odham.

In December 2011, DeShon’s mother contacted Governor Rick Scott’s office voicing her concerns about DeShon’s case process, including the investigation, the father/son team, and questionable act by the judges who had granted orders and other documents.

After being on the case for sixteen months, and having received a payment amount of $29850 of the $50000 for attorney fee, Mr. Cummings had not provided nor discussed with DeShon anything in relation to the victims autopsy reports, DeShon’s AT&T cell phone records nor had there been any contact between Mr. Trentin Ross and Mr. Cummings. Mr. Cummings told DeShon that the only evidence against him was that of Mr. Ross. State Prosecutor Jack Campbell had filed about five Motions for Continuance–which Circuit Judge James Hankinson granted. Mr. Cummings never disputed the continuances.

In late July 2012, DeShon’s mother  filed a complaint against Mr. Cummings with The Florida Bar for several reasons outlining unethical practice. Following the complaint, Mr. Cummings was fired by DeShon and DeShon’s mother. On August 16, 2012, Mr. Cummings filed a Motion to Withdraw from DeShon’s case. Also, on August 16, 2012, Circuit Judge Hankinson approved the a Summary of Offense and Probable Cause Affidavit for Solicitation to Commit 1st Degree Murder prepared by 2nd Circuit State Attorney Investigator Jason Newlin. On August 16, 2012, following the approval, Circuit Judge Hankinson also issued an Arrest Warrant charging DeShon, who was now 19-years-old and still in the Leon County Jail awaiting trial, with Solicitation to Commit 1st Degree Murder with the target being Trentin Ross. So now all of these events happened in the same day–recap–August 16, 2012, Mr. Cummings filed his Motion to Withdraw, State Attorney Jason Newlin provides Circuit Judge James C. Hankinson with a Summary of Offense for Solicitation to Commit 1st Degree Murder , obtains an Arrest Warrant from Circuit Judge Hankinson charging DeShon with Solicitation to Commit 1st Degree Murder. The Summary of Offense and Probable Cause Affidavit for Solicitation to Commit 1st Degree Murder was filed with the Clerk of Courts on August 17, 2012. DeShon was then put in solitary confinement where he could not make any calls or have visitors. DeShon remained in solitary confinement.

Once Judge Hankinson granted Mr. Cummings’ Motion to Withdraw, DeShon’s case was assigned back to the Public Defender’s Office. The Public Defender’s Office immediately filed a Motion to Withdraw. Next, DeShon’s case was assigned back to the Regional Counsel’s Office. This time DeShon knew the name of his Regional Counsel–Samuel Olmstead. DeShon’s mother mailed Mr. Olmstead a letter informing him that she would like to pay for a private investigator to assist him on the case. Mr. Olmstead never responded.

Meanwhile, DeShon’s mother began to look into DeShon’s file at the Leon County Clerk of Courts.

DeShon’s court records showed that Mr. Cummings had filed nothing to show that DeShon had a legal defense. At most, Mr. Cummings had mainly filed a Motion for Discovery. Nothing to have DeShon’s cell phone records Unsealed, nothing to make the victims autopsy reports public record, no depositions of law enforcement or any subpoenas being issued–nothing. Nothing to show that Mr. Cummings, who has over 30 years in Criminal Defense, was acting in the best interest for DeShon. No hearings had ever been held to dispute the prosecution, no hearing were scheduled–absolutely nothing building a defense. DeShon’s mother believed that only a role in a conspiracy would cause an experienced attorney to be incompetent.

A Mother’s Intuition—-Conspiracy, Corruption, LIES, LIES, LIES and More LIES

DeShon’s mother learned that when the Public Defender’s Office had conflicted off of DeShon’s case in February 2011, Circuit Judge Hankinson had in fact appointed Regional Counsel. Regional Counsel assigned was Samuel Olmstead. However, the Motion to Appoint Counsel was not filed with the Clerk of Courts. Neither was Mr. Samuel Olmstead’s name ever put on DeShon’s Case Process Docket which is maintained by Circuit Judge Hankinson . Further, on March 7, 2011, Regional Counsel Samuel Olmstead filed a Motion to Withdraw from DeShon’s case, at which time Circuit Judge Hankinson had appointed Conflict-Free Counsel. Conflict-Free Counsel was Baya Harrison. Both of these case events happened outside of DeShon’s presence–and DeShon was not aware of these events. Circuit Judge Hankinson violated several of DeShon’s Constitutional Rights, as well as concealing court documents from the the clerk of courts to obstruct, delay and prevent DeShon, DeShon’s mother and the public from contacting DeShon’s legal counsel. In addition, causing DeShon’s mother, so much stress, that she used all of her savings to enter into a Contract for Service with Mr. Cummings. DeShon’s mother, who was on a fixed income, depleted her savings and checking account, only to enter into a scheme headed up by those within the Second Judicial Circuit.

In Mr. Cummings response to DeShon’s mother’s complaint filed with The Florida Bar, Mr. Cummings states his high level of respect for Circuit Judge Hankinson. Mr. Cummings’ level of respect for Circuit Judge Hankinson was none existent during the nearly two weeks it took for Mr. Cummings to get DeShon’s mother to hire him. Prior to Mr. Cummings being hired to represent DeShon, Mr. Cummings had been in communication with State Prosecutor Jack Campbell and Circuit Judge Hankinson. Mr. Cummings stated to DeShon’s mother that Circuit Judge Hankinson was “incompetent” and “did not have DeShon’s best interest at hand for not having assigned an attorney to DeShon’s case”. Mr. Cummings aggressively solicited DeShon’s mother–by voicing his belief that DeShon was innocent. However, DeShon’s mother and DeShon repeatedly told Mr. Cummings that they were waiting to speak with DeShon’s court appointed attorney before they would decide on rather or not to hire a private attorney. Mr. Cummings never let up. When Mr. Cummings met with DeShon’s mother and then DeShon to sign the Contract for Service,  Mr. Cummings knew the names of the attorneys that had been assigned to DeShon’s case, but never told DeShon or DeShon’s mother of anything in regards.

DeShon’s mother believes that a role in a conspiracy would cause an experienced Circuit Judge to withhold Motions appointing counsel from a juvenile defendant., Motions that the judge, himself signed.

DeShon’s mother mailed Governor Scott begging for a Special Prosecutor to be assigned to DeShon’s case. To no avail.

UnBelievable—-

Regional Counsel Mr. Samuel Olmstead met with DeShon once in the five months on his case and did not file many court documents, mainly a Motion for Discovery and Continuance. In late January 2013, after being in the Leon County Jail for over 2 years, DeShon filed Pro Se–to represent himself. On February 19, 2013, during DeShon’s hearing addressing his Pro Se filing, Regional Counsel Samuel Olmstead did not appear. Instead, another attorney from the Regional Counsel’s Office appeared. Regional Counsel explained that Mr. Olmstead was resigning from their office and another attorney from their office would be assigned to DeShon’s case. DeShon, who was 19-years-old, had no knowledge of case process. DeShon’s Pre-trial was set for the following month (March). DeShon believed that he could still go to trial in March with a new attorney from the Regional Counsel’s office–not realizing that a new attorney would not be prepared–and would more than likely file a Motion for Continuance. DeShon withdrew his Pro Se filing, hoping to receive a competent attorney from the Regional Counsel’s Office, one that would represent the laws as they are written.

To both DeShon and his mother’s surprise, without ever meeting with DeShon, on March 17, 2013, the new attorney from the Regional Counsel’s Office, Mr. Daren Shippy, did not file a Motion for Continuance. Instead, Regional Counsel Daren Shippy filed a Motion to Withdraw from DeShon’s case. Regional Counsel Daren Shippy was the fourth court appointed attorney assigned to DeShon’s case. Circuit Judge Hankinson denied Regional Counsel Daren Shippy’s Motion to Withdraw. During Regional Counsel Daren Shippy and DeShon’s first meeting, Regional Counsel Daren Shippy told DeShon that nothing had been done on his case. Regional Counsel Daren Shippy’s statement about nothing having been done, inadvertently supported DeShon’s mother’s complaint with The Florida Bar. Regional Counsel Daren Shippy’s statement was very upsetting to DeShon. DeShon had been in the Leon County Jail since he was 17-years-old. Plucked out of society–for what? DeShon was aware of the financial strain that his mother had endured to pay Mr. Cummings $29850. All DeShon and DeShon’s mother wanted was a fair and just trial. And now–over two years–five attorneys later–hearing that nothing had been done…

In another letter to Governor Scott, DeShon’s mother again begged for a Special Prosecutor to be assigned to DeShon’s case. To no avail. DeShon’s mother also informed Governor Scott about Circuit Judge James C. Hankinson having violated several of DeShon’s Constitutional Rights over the years of overseeing his case.

In June 2013, at DeShon’s next hearing, Circuit Judge Hankinson was not present. DeShon’s case had been assigned to a new judge, 2nd Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford. Circuit Judge Fulford, Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell and Regional Counsel Daren Shippy were set to go to trial in four months–October 2013.

Over the next four months, Regional Counsel Daren Shippy would file documents on DeShon’s behalf, but would ignore DeShon’s mother’s offer to pay for a private investigator to assist him on the case. No investigator helped on the case. Regional Counsel Daren Shippy filed a subpoena with a fictitious name of a former Leon County Sheriff’s Deputy. DeShon’s mother was floored. The deputy who may have resigned after having a falling out with Sheriff Campbell, would have been favorable in DeShon’s defense. The subpoena was accepted by the Sheriff’s Office. Unfortunately, DeShon’s mother could only inform her son of the deception by his own attorney through mailed letters. Regional Counsel Daren Shippy would also refuse to provide DeShon with the victims autopsy reports, file documents to make the victims autopsy reports public record and have DeShon’s AT&T cell phone records Unsealed. Regional Counsel Daren Shippy would not make contact with the one witness, Mr. Trentin Ross. Neither would Regional Counsel Daren Shippy ask the court to impeach State Attorney Investigator Jason Newlin, after State Prosecutor Jack Campbell incriminated himself in the Solicitation to Commit 1st Degree Murder plot targeting Mr. Ross during an Evidentiary Hearing. State Prosecutor Jack Campbell admitted that he’d sent State Attorney Investigator to make contact with Leon County Jail inmate, turned State Prosecutor witness, turned “Hit Man”. Which is not what was stated in the Probable Cause Report that got DeShon charged with Solicitation to Commit 1st Degree Murder. There were other instances where Regional Counsel Daren Shippy could have impeached witnesses, including Leon County Sheriff’s Deputies/detectives, but chose not to do so.

Leon County Sheriff’s Detective Don Odham, the detective who drafted the Summary of Offense and Probable Cause Affidavit for Two Counts of 1st Degree Murder charging DeShon with the murders–and then replacing Lead Detective Melinda McBride–turns out–Detective Don Odham, was not a Leon County Sheriff’s Detective at all. Instead, Don Odham was a close, personal, wealthy friend of Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell and his son, Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell. The Campbell’s, along with 2nd Circuit State Attorney Willie Meggs knowingly filed court documents with false information on them. The Campbell’s along with 2nd Circuit State Attorney Willie Meggs identified Don Odham as a Leon County Sheriff’s Detective, when in fact, Don Odham was a Reserve Deputy–a volunteer, who lacked the the skills and the credentials to be a detective. It is noted in the Leon County Sheriff’s Office Discovery Report, that Don Odham, who is referred to as “Detective” Odham, processed the crime scene of the double homicide, having found the cell phone of the female victim–in her bedroom. “Detective” Odham entered the cell phone into evidence at the Leon County Sheriff’s Office. According to the manual for Florida Sheriff Reserve Deputies, it is the responsibility of Reserve Deputies to augment law enforcement officers. A Reserve Deputy cannot act as a detective or participate in processing a crime scene. It is not for a Reserve Deputy to replace a Lead Detective and her team of experienced detectives and other full-time certified deputies on a double homicide case.

Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell, FDLE Commissioner Gerald Baily, and a few of Sheriff Campbell’s Command Staff were present at the crime scene. FDLE staff was also present at the crime scene. The District Two Medical Examiner’s Office was not present at the crime scene.

Shortly after DeShon had been charged with the murders, it was stated that Don Odham had been paying Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell and the Sheriff’s Command Staff to allow him (Odham) to act as a Leon County Sheriff’s Detective. Don Odham and his wife, who is employed with BB&T Bank, contributed money to Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell’s re-election campaign in May 2011. In August 2011, Don Odham was involved in a criminal act in the State of Alabama. Soon thereafter, Don Odham was no longer with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office.

In a hearing a week before DeShon’s October 2013 trial, Nancy Daniels with the Public Defender’s Office, filed a Motion to Withdraw from the defendant/witness for State Prosecutor Jack Campbell’s case. The defendant, 30-year-old Dawaun Williams, who was a two time bank robber, had been used by State Prosecutor Jack Campbell and State Attorney Investigator Jason Newlin to get DeShon charged with Solicitation to Commit 1st Degree Murder. Dawaun Williams, was released from the Leon County Jail the same day that he agreed to help “them” (State Prosecutor Jack Campbell and Investigator Jason Newlin) back in late June 2012.

In late June 2012, was when Mr. Cummings first heard that DeShon’s mother was seeking an attorney to replace him. (See Mr. Cummings Motion to Withdraw)

In late June 2012, after Dawaun Williams was released from the Leon County Jail,the Leon County Sheriff’s Office and the State Attorneys Office provided Mr. Williams with money. Leon County Sheriff Deputy Ronald OBrien smuggled contraband from Mr. Williams into the Leon County Jail so that the Corrections Officer on patrol would pass it on to DeShon unaware that it was contraband and had not been processed/ screened by jail staff. All of this was a part of the plot planned out by State Prosecutor Jack Campbell. A plan that he may have not been able to execute had his dad not been the sheriff over the jailhouse. Deputy O’Brien and other deputies who were willing to assist Sheriff Campbell and his son received job promotions.

Seven months after Dawaun Williams was released from the Leon County Jail in order to assist State Prosecutor Jack Campbell and “Team”, in January 2013, Mr. Williams was arrested in another county for Armed Home Invasion Robbery, Kidnapping, and a long list of other charges. Back in August 2012, when it was announced by State Attorney Willie Meggs that DeShon had solicited Mr. Williams to be a “Hit Man”, State Attorney Willie Meggs had stated that Mr. Williams was arrested–which was a LIE. State Attorney Willie Meggs had deceived the Public and Mr. Williams’ former victims, those bank employees, into thinking that Mr. Williams, a violent ex-felon, was in the Leon County Jail and that the community was safe. When the truth of the matter was that Willie Meggs’ office, along with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office, had been financially supporting Mr. Williams. And the community was not safe.

When Mr. Williams was arrested in the other county, he was then brought over to Leon County for violations. Public Defender Nancy Daniels was representing him. Public Defender Nancy Daniels had been assigned to Mr. Williams’ case for over eight months, when she abruptly withdrew from Mr. Williams’ case. This happened a week before Mr. Williams was to testify in DeShon’s case. Public Defender Nancy Daniels filed a Motion to Withdraw. Normal process would have sent Mr. Williams case to the Regional Counsel’s Office, but since DeShon’s case was already being handled by their office, Regional Counsel Daren Shippy filed a Motion to Withdraw. As this was being discussed in open court, State Prosecutor Jack Campbell told Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford who he’d selected over the weekend to represent Mr. Williams. Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford was also assigned to Mr. Dawaun Williams’ criminal cases. Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford acknowledged that she couldn’t “just pick” an attorney to represent Mr. Williams. Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford did not want to decide on anything outside of Mr. Williams’ presence. State Prosecutor Jack Campbell pulled out his cell phone and called the attorney that he’d spoken with over the weekend and instructed him to come to the courtroom. Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford did exactly what State Prosecutor Jack Campbell had instructed her to do. Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford appointed State Prosecutor Jack Campbell’s selection and told how the State could get him paid, despite the attorney selected not being registered to represent cases such as Mr. Williams. Which proved exactly how State Prosecutor Jack Campbell had been running the courtroom and the court process all along. (Click here to watch video) State Prosecutor Jack Campbell went even further to say that he had done the same in other cases with other judges. State Prosecutor Jack Campbell’s statement seemed to exhaust Regional Counsel Daren Shippy and Public Defender Nancy Daniels–a clear sign that they knew that when it comes to State Prosecutor Jack Campbell, they were defeated in the courtroom–regardless to whatever fight that they had for their defendant.

In October 2013, DeShon went on trial for Two Counts of 1st Degree Murder and Solicitation to Commit 1st Degree Murder. District Two Medical Examiner Associate, Dr. Anthony Clark, committed perjury. Regional Counsel Daren Shippy went along as he’d done all the while. Regional Counsel Daren Shippy did not call any expert witnesses to discredit the Leon County Sheriff’s Office. State Prosecutor Jack Campbell’s witness list consisted of mostly those deputies who worked for his dad. Some of those deputies committed perjury, while others–whose questions past their name and place of employment were very limited–possibly three or less questions regarding the double murder investigation did not commit perjury.

For instance, Lead Detective Melinda McBride and her team of detectives and deputies, including Lieutenant Tim Baxter, had spent at least 10 days investigating DeShon, including questioning Trentin Ross, before concluding their investigation without sufficient probable cause to charge DeShon with the murders. During DeShon’s murder trial, former Lead Detective Melinda McBride was called by State Prosecutor Jack Campbell and shown Mr. Trentin Ross’ cell phone–and then asked if she’d collected the cell phone from Mr. Ross. She answered, yes. State Prosecutor Jack Campbell stated, “No further questions.” And Regional Counsel Daren Shippy usually had nothing of true relevance to ask of most of the deputies–more like walking on egg shells.

The two “key witnesses” for State Prosecutor Jack Campbell against DeShon, admitted to giving their testimony in hopes that they would get relief on their pending criminal cases. While these two “key witnesses” identities were protected by reporter Julie Montanaro with WCTV News, a female college student who testified favorably for DeShon, Regional Counsel Daren Shippy’s witness, was exploited by WCTV News. Not only did Julie Montanaro state her name, but WCTV also stated most of the young female college student’s testimony–which included an eyewitness account of having seen the male victim allow a suspicious male into their home about three hours before all outgoing cell phone activity ceased from the female victim’s cell phone. The physical description of the suspicious male did not fit DeShon. DeShon was twenty miles away at work during the time of the eyewitness account. DeShon’ did not have a car and did not go over to the victims residence at all.

At the conclusion of DeShon’s five day trial, it was announced that DeShon was found guilty for the Two Counts of 1st Degree Murder and Solicitation to Commit 1st Degree Murder. DeShon’s mother was not surprised by the verdict. DeShon’s entire court process was a circus! Any time a State Prosecutor Seals a teenage defendant’s cell phone records, doesn’t release the victims autopsy reports, and conceals a key witness and plot and scheme with witnesses, and tell Circuit Judges how to proceed with court cases, etc. what other outcome should one expect.

Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell, his son Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell, 2nd District State Attorney Willie Meggs, Circuit Judge James C. Hankinson, Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford, Public Defender Nancy Daniels, Tallahassee Criminal Defense Attorney Gregory Cummings, and Regional Counsel Daren Shippy are a part of Florida’s Judicial Nightmare! They are E-V-I-L   EVIL!

They have sent an INNOCENT teen to state prison and has allowed a COLD-BLOODED MURDERER TO REMAIN FREE. They have scared several college students. Because they are afraid to come forward in other cases as witnesses–afraid that they too may be exploited on the witness stand and by Julie Montanaro on WCTV.

 

 

Author: MAUL10

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