Corrupt judge, Charlie LaSata, rejected Rev. Edward Pinkney's appeal without even a shred of evidence. He denied Pinkney's motion to quash the June 5, 2014 bind-over.
The testimony of Mark Goff
Goff is a forensic document examiner with the Michigan State Police. His testimony was limited to an opinion: the dates next to the signatures on some
of the petitions had been changed. And, the changes were done with ink other
than the ink that was used to write original dates next to the signatures.
However, Goff specifically testified that he could not determine who made the
changes or when. His testimony essentially provided a basis to find probable
cause that someone changed the dates, but provided no evidence regarding
who did it or when it was done.
There is no evidence that Pinkney was the only person who had access to - or opportunity to - change the petitions. The state's handwriting expert could not
say who altered the petitions. There are no admissions or confessions. There are no witnesses to any alterations.
Prosecutor Mike Sepic has no evidence.
Rev. Edward Pinkney