Florida’s Second Judicial State Attorney Willie Meggs, Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell, and Doctor Anthony J. Clark with the District Two Medical Examiner’s Office—are Demons

Tallahassee, FL—A young black teenage boy charged with the unthinkable—Two Counts of 1st Degree Murder. The two murder victims—also young— a 20-year-old black female and her 17-year-old brother. Both victims were shot. The black female was about five months pregnant at the time of her murder. She was also the mother of a toddler. The deceased black male was a lost soul. He suffered from a mental disability. The sister and brother were murdered in their townhome—the female victim’s toddler was found unharmed in the townhome.

Only a demon can commit such a heinous act. Only demons can allow a demon who commits murders to go unpunished. Only demons can give demons who commits murders a signed permission slip to remain in the community and murder, again.

In the recent months, Americans across the board have been discussing our Criminal Justice System. While the Criminal Justice System is broad—with many issues—one particular issue that’s most popular is the grand jury process.

On February 7, 2011, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office announced that they were charging 17-year-old, DeShon Thomas, with Two Counts of 1st Degree Murder. DeShon Thomas, a black male, a freshman at Tallahassee Community College, was also an employee at a local fast food restaurant. DeShon had previously dated the female victim for six weeks. However, they’d ended their relationships three months prior to the murders. DeShon plead Not Guilty to all charges.

After DeShon was charged with the murders, State Attorney Willie Meggs’ office announced that they got an indictment against DeShon. State Attorney Willie Megg’s office would not have been able to charge DeShon with the murders, let alone, get DeShon indicted had Mr. Meggs and the Leon County Sheriff’s Office not filed legal documents containing false information with the Leon County Clerk of Courts Office. The Leon County Sheriff’s Office and State Attorney Willie Meggs’ decision to file legal documents containing false information was a selfish and malicious act.

DeShon sat in the Leon County Jail for nearly three years awaiting trial–there was no physcial, material or circumstantial evidence against him. DeShon had five attorneys on his case at different times. DeShon’s private attorney, who was on the case for sixteen months, was paid nearly $30,000 before he was fired. Afterwards, the court appointed two attorneys (different times) from Jeff Lewis’ office–the Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel. Both attorneys filed a Motion to Withdraw. Only one of the motions would be denied. By the time DeShon went on trial, he’d had five attorneys—four who were court appointed. All five attorneys refused to provide/discuss with DeShon the details of the victims’ autopsy reports. Willie Megg’s Office prevented the District Two Medical Examiner’s Office from releasing them into Public Records. Also, there were two circuit court judges—both violated DeShon’s U.S. Constitutional Rights.

During DeShon’s trial, Dr. Anthony J. Clark with the District Two Medical Examiner’s Office was called to the stand by Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell. Jack Campbell is the son of Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell. The father/son (investigator/prosecutor) team worked several criminal cases together. Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell asked Dr. Clark many questions in regards to his findings while performing the autopsies on the victims. In order to secure a conviction for Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell, Dr. Anthony J. Clark, a seasoned doctor, committed perjury.

Over a year after DeShon’s trial ended, DeShon, who is in a Florida prison waiting an appeal, is a wrongly convicted inmate. DeShon’s incarceration doesn’t do any justice for the citizens of Tallahassee. DeShon is not a demon! The demons are Second Judicial Circuit State Attorney Willie Meggs, Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell, Dr. Anthony J. Clark, and all of the judicial officials and law enforcement officers who contributed to the wrongful conviction of an innocent child.

The city of Tallahassee is the capital of Florida. Within a few weeks after sixty-seven percent of Tallahassee citizens voted for an Anti-Corruption Amendment as an effort to weed out corruption in local government—a Satanic Temple was erected over the city. The Satanic Temple is on display in the rotunda in the Capitol (building). It is not a coincidence that as the citizens of Tallahassee finally makes positive steps toward weeding out demons who have been ruling over their city for many years—that a Satanic Temple would make its way into their city. Many people believe that the Satanic Temple sends the wrong message to all citizens. The same has been said about demons working as judicial official who deceive taxpayers—the message is wrong!