Young Black Males Are Being Hunted In Tallahassee, Florida, While Lawmakers Look Away; Why Did the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Conceal DNA Evidence?

Tallahassee, FL—The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) is the top law enforcement agency in the state of Florida. FDLE headquarters are located in Tallahassee, the capital city of Florida. In a June 12, 2015 article in the Tallahassee Democrat entitled, ‘Attorney: FDLE Concealed DNA Evidence in Quadruple Homicide,’ is referring to the case of Henry Segura. Mr. Segura has been in the Leon County Jail for nearly a decade awaiting trial for a November 2010 Tallahassee quadruple murder of a mother and her three children. There is no physical evidence connecting Mr. Segura to the crime scene. There are a lot of other persons of interests with motive to have murdered the young mother, however, State Attorney Willie Meggs and Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell would rather “make up a case” against Mr. Segura versus going after the real murder(s).

At the time of the murders, FDLE Commissioner Gerald F. Bailey, a close friend to Jack Campbell and the entire Campbell family, was running the operation at FDLE Headquarters. Shortly after Mr. Bailey terminated his position with FDLE, a DNA analyst revealed the concealing of the DNA evidence found at the crime scene. The evidence does not belong to Mr. Segura.

Curtis Hall, was seventeen-years-old when he was charged with the Tallahassee double murder of two elderly brothers. There was no physical evidence linking him to the crime scene. It’s possible that law enforcement officers with the Tallahassee Police Department may have coerced Curtis into a confession. Curtis was charged as an adult with Two Counts of 2nd Degree Murder, Robbery with a Deadly Weapon, Burglary of a Dwelling and Grand Theft. Curtis was sentenced to 55 years in adult prison. No murder weapon was found and the victims’ residence did not show signs of forced entry.

DeShon Thomas, was seventeen-years-old when he was charged with Cultivation of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Two Counts of 1st Degree Murder and Possession of a Firearm by a Juvenile Delinquent. While awaiting trial in the Leon County Jail, DeShon was charged with Solicitation to Commit    1st Degree Murder against state’s witness Trentin Ross. Despite Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell, State Attorney Investigator Jason Newlin and Leon County Sheriff’s Deputy Brian O’Brien’s admission to being the source and orchestrated the plot to kill Mr. Ross, DeShon was charged. DeShon was 19-years-old. There was no physical evidence connecting DeShon to the crime scene. No murder weapon was found. A DNA analyst with FDLE testified at trial that he (analyst) was provided with a swab of the back door knob of the victims’ residence. DeShon’s DNA was located in the “mixture of DNA”. The analyst testified that he was able to identify DeShon’s DNA because DeShon’s make up was the only make up that he’d been provided. After spending nearly three years in the Leon County Jail (a year and a half in solitary confinement), DeShon was sentenced to Two Life Sentences plus 30 years. (DeShon is INNOCENT!)

It is not a coincidence that these young Black males are being plucked out of their communities and incarcerated without any evidence linking them to the crime scenes to which they are charged. In all of the cases above, most of the victims died due to multiple gunshot wounds.

Official’s voted against a Black Bear hunt for this year. Is it too much for official or judges all over the state of Florida to put together a review panel to review problematic cases from other judicial circuits?

Because seemingly, the Florida Innocence Project has their hands tied dealing with Attorney General Pam Bondi. When was the last time the Florida Innocence Project announced an exoneration of an inmate? And, Attorney General Pam Bondi put off the execution of a Death Row inmate just so she could attend a fundraiser party. So, it’s clear to Floridians what’s more important to her—money over justice.


An African-American Male Chose to get a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Criminology from Florida State University to Pursue a Career in Law Enforcement and This Happened…

Bobby watched Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell and Circuit Judge James C. Hankinson retaliate against him (Bobby) and their mother by stating on a legal document that he (Bobby) and their mother participated in a plot to murder state’s witness Trentin Ross.

Bobby watched at least five employees with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office commit perjury to cover up for Sheriff Larry Campbell, Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell, and State Attorney Willie Meggs, Chief Assistant State Attorney Georgia Cappleman due to their lies to a grand jury and at DeShon’s trial in regards to Don Odham.

Bobby watched Associate Medical Examiner Dr. Anthony J. Clark commit perjury in order to provide favorable testimony for Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell.

Bobby watched Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell lead the testimony during trial with his key witness Trentin Ross. Mr. Ross had more than enough reasons to give false testimony against DeShon.

Bobby’s little brother was convicted without any physical evidence against him—and hearsay testimony. Bobby’s little brother was sentenced to Two Life Sentences plus 30 years. If Bobby’s little brother would’ve been 18-years-old at the time he was charged with the murders, then he would’ve been facing the Death Penalty.

The ‘EVILDOERS’ of Tallahassee are: Florida Governor Rick Scott, Florida’s Attorney General Pam Bondi, Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell (deceased), State Attorney Willie Meggs, Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell, Chief Assistant State Attorney Georgia Cappleman, Assistant State Attorney Eric Trombley, State Attorney Investigator Jason Newlin, Defense Attorney Greg Cummings, Public Defense Attorney Lead Nancy Daniels, Assistant Regional Conflict Counsel Daren Shippy, Circuit Judge James C. Hankinson, Circuit Judge Charles Dodson, Circuit Judge Robert Wheeler, Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford (*retired), Leon County Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Pearson, Leon County Sheriff’s Deputy Kenneth Ganey, Leon County Sheriff’s Deputy Ronald O’Brien, Leon County Sheriff’s Criminal Analyst Leslie Rabon, District Two Medical Examiner Associate Dr. Anthony J. Clark , and anyone else who played a role in railroading an INNOCENT child into Florida’s Prison System.

Bobby watched as The Florida Bar failed to protect his mother and little brother. Despite Mr. Cummings admitting that he withheld information from DeShon, The Florida Bar has failed to protect DeShon—while failing to hold Mr. Cummings accountable.

Bobby watched as the Florida Judicial Qualifications Commission failed to hold any of the judge listed above accountable for their failure to uphold DeShon’s constitutional rights.

Bobby watched as the local Social Security Administration in Lake Mary, Florida, located not too far from where Trayvon Martin was assassinated, retaliated against his mother by discontinuing her disability payments and her Medicare–putting her health in jeopardy. Bobby and DeShon’s mother had worked since the age of 13-years-old. After being diagnosed with Scleroderma, a rare progressive and debilitating disease that there is no cure or treatment regime, she continued working for twelve more years because she wanted to provide them and their two cousins whom she’s raising with a comfortable home.

Bobby’s career choice of becoming a law enforcement officer is not completely shattered, but is being second guessed. There is something tremendously wrong when the arrest of anyone is better than the arrest of no one. There is something wrong when wrongful convictions outweigh no convictions. Bobby will never participate in any ‘code of silence’ or lie—commit perjury—to protect anyone. Bobby recognizes that God has been too good to him and his family—despite his brother’s kidnapping a.k.a wrongful conviction. Bobby also recognizes that in the Bible there were many young men of God who suffered due to false witness claims. In the end, the young men received the victory—including Jesus Christ.

Political leaders all over the United States are trying to find ways to bridge law enforcement officers with citizens in the community. Some leaders at law enforcement agencies are calling for a more diverse team of police officers. After the fatal shooting of five police officers in Dallas, Texas, Dallas Police Department Chief David Brown suggested protester against police violence join forces with them, stating, “We’re hiring.”

On July 13, 2016, in part as an effort to promote diversity within the Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI Director James Comey spoke at a Law Enforcement Training Conference hosted by Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach. Bethune-Cookman University is a Historical Black University.

There are a lot of young black men who would love to have a career as a law enforcement officer. However, there are also a lot of young black men who are far too familiar with the racism within law enforcement agencies—and many more have witnessed racism within both law enforcement agencies and within the judicial system as young as middle school age—which leaves a lasting bad taste in their mouths—so they choose to seek other career paths.

Bobby and DeShon were on career paths to help their communities—then a whole host of ‘WHITE EVILDOERS’ showed up. Governor Rick Scott and Attorney General Pam Bondi turned their backs to the whole situation—and they were the ones who took oaths to protect ALL citizens in Florida.