Saturday, March 14, 2015

Gail Freehling: Wanted for Crimes Against Humanity

Rev. Pinkney writes from prison in Coldwater, Michigan:

The look in juror Gail Freehling’s eyes and the expression on her face radiated hate.  It was the sign of a racist juror who could only see a lynching.

The Berrien County, Michigan prosecutor and trial court knowingly planted a juror, Gail Freehling.  She took an oath to follow the judge’s instructions.  Freehling failed to uphold the oath.  

The question is, how does an all-white jury convict a man with no evidence?  Freehling and possibly other jurors were in violation of the constitution.  The sixth amendment is read in all criminal prosecutions:  The accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy public trial by an impartial jury of the state and district wherein the crime was committed.
She is socially connected with law enforcement officers, courthouse figures, and others in the corrupt power structure of Berrien County. 

There was no material or circumstantial evidence presented at the trial that would implicate me in the purported five felonies.

My question is:  How could Freehling or any of the jurors state that I am guilty of five counts of forgery without any evidence to support the conviction?

The judge, prosecutor, and juror misconduct infected the entire trial.  The misconduct was pervasive and intentional.  My due process rights were violated by misconduct from the Berrien County Courthouse Criminal Enterprise.

I represent the face of resistance.  The working class no longer has rights that the government or the corporations will respect.  Any and all efforts must be made to overturn the charges against me as a step toward overturning the spread of this model to the rest of Michigan and the nation.

Rev. Edward Pinkney