Another FIVE-YEAR Flop!
Date: September 3, 2019 Time: Time for Justice Location: Toledo Correctional Inst.
Once again, the corrupt Ohio Parole Board has judicially lynched me by giving me a second consecutive FIVE-YEAR flop! Yes, after having already served almost 26 years for robbery and felonious assault, the sick-in-the-head Board gave me five more year. And, what’s crazy is that they did this in spite of there being a documentary out proving that they’ve engaged in corrupt practices against me. They really think that they’re above the law, that they can’t be humbled, though. But I promise you this: nothing that they’ve done is getting swept under the rug! If its up to me, the entire world is going to see what they do to people in the heartland of the state of Ohio.
The same corrupt Board that now wants me to serve 31 years for robbery and felonious assault — that is, just to be considered for release — they’ve paroled prisoners in the past who’ve served less than 20 years for killing someone during the infamous 1993 Lucasville prison uprising (Look in The Plain Dealer Cleveland, OH archives for “Lucasville killer testified on riot; now he walks” by John Caniglia, Sept 4. 2006)! They’ve paroled prisoners who’ve escaped and never taken responsibility for their crimes. And, they’ve paroled prisoners who’ve been to prison multiple times, yet, they won’t let me go because I’m standing up for myself! I swear, the next time that his country points a finger at somebody for a human rights violation, I hope that the accused points a finger right back at this country’s modern-day system of slavery.
Ohio’s corrupt Parole Board is going to regret the corruption that they’ve engaged in against me, and that’s because I’m going to expose them in a way that they’ve never imagined! The Board doesn’t own me, and they’re about to be made aware of this fact. Fuck the bullshit 13th amendment, talking about there shall be no slavery in this country … except for the punishment of a crime. It’s these kinds of words that should make everybody in this country refuse to stand for the signing of the national anthem, which, by the way, is another historical document that’s outright racist (Read the third stanza of the anthem).
In memory of Martin Luther King Jr. and the courageous striking Memphis sanitation workers that he died standing up for, I conclude this post with these words for Ohio’s merciless Parole Board: I AM A MAN!!!