The powers-that-be in Memphis are striking back. Yesterday someone in Memphis hacked our researcher’s Internet account and temporarily disabled it. And overnight several attempted fraudulent charges showed up on one of my credit cards.
These are only minor inconveniences, and they will not distract us from our defense of James Prindle. Such activity will only create electronic trails which may eventually lead us back to the lawbreaker nuisance-makers. We are intended, no doubt, to occupy ourselves swatting mosquitoes while the real threat is organized beyond our reach.
We’ve been following up on evidence of official corruption in connection with James Prindle’s trial. We’ve contacted the FBI and other federal authorities and have been sharing the information we have developed. The toothpaste is out of the tube.
Yesterday we learned through James that Judge Bobby Carter may be intending to send him directly to an adult prison where his life will be at greatest risk—an unofficial death sentence. He was told that the most likely facility for this purpose is Hardeman County Correctional Center in Whiteville TN, a private prison operated by the Correctional Corporation of America. James’ lawyer Claiborne Ferguson also said Hardeman was a likely landing spot for James. However, when I called Hardeman, public information officer Tasha Mitchell told me they do not accept inmates below 18 years of age. So why James was told this, we do not know. However, it scared the hell out of James and it occupied the better part of Stephen’s day to calm the poor kid.
Is this a diversionary tactic, or is there an element of truth to the story James was told? If not Hardeman, then to what facility will James be sent?
Is it possible that the powers-that-be in this disgraceful tale do not want James Prindle’s appeal to go forward? If the boy is no longer living, goes the reasoning, the appeal would die with him. James’ lawyer Claiborne Ferguson told us that if James is sent to an adult prison, he will likely be dead within a month.
The appeal may die, but our investigations won’t end. Creating a martyr through the sacrifice of an innocent child would only throw fuel on the fire and burn everyone around it. It is in everyone’s self interest that James Prindle’s welfare and safety are guaranteed.
We are prepared to offer the court a solution that will meet its requirements for a secure institution answerable to TDOC and assure James Prindle’s welfare and safety while his appeal goes forward. This is a youth facility with a best-in-class reputation worldwide. Plus, it will cost Tennessee taxpayers not so much as a single dime.
It will, in fact, save taxpayers at least $24,000 a year and maybe even save a few political careers and jail time.
Judge Carter, please contact me.
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