Before you read the so-called article, notice that her tag line is "There's always more to the story." And then she completely abandons that reasoning (and all reasoning) by composing an article nearly completed weighted upon unverified secondhand information she cites from The Charlotte Observer that most of you all already know is completely falsified. In fact, there are only 2 sentences in the beginning and ONE sensationally "minstrelized" punch line that she cognitively composes on her own. Because she appears to experience great difficulty in separating hearsay from truth, and appears more to intentionally disregard that basal general duty against publicizing unverified information as opposed to first fact checking it ... clearly in a desperate act to increase visitation to her blog, I'll help her out:
1. Foremost, I think it's been well established that racist judges lie and knowingly convict African American persons with insufficient (if any) evidence. Without much research, one can easily find citations and texts from my appeal from that wrongful conviction. You can also find my most recent actions against Michelle Feimster Bailey and Infinity Bail Bonds, in which I markedly prevailed and complaints against Erwin Spainhour, the presiding judge for that criminal case. Spainhour was appointed by Anna Mills Wagoner for mediation in my 2016 case to renew the money judgment against Bailey and her company before the expiration of the 10 year statute of limitations for executing a money judgment. Read details about the case under the 162 Cases. 72 Counties tab (or simply scroll down). In a nutshell, I was railroaded, and wrongly convicted for identity theft THAT I DID NOT COMMIT. I was facing more than 30 charges. Because I was denied time and rightful opportunity to hire counsel or even prepare as a pro se litigant, I was forced to proceed pro se. By the grace of the Universe and my inclination to legal knowledge, I was successful in litigation. At the point during the trial that there were only 3 charges against which to raise defenses, the DA moved to dismiss the entire case for lack of sufficient evidence. Spainhour rejected the DA's recommendation and denied her motion. He then instructed the jury to disregard the DA's recommendation, and the implications of the same. He then unilaterally closed my arguments, despite my reiterated open court motions for his recusal and mistrial, and instructed the jury to find me guilty. Yes, Spainhour instructed the jury to find me guilty on the basis of hearsay information from an officer who did not appear for examination during trial and amidst a motion to dismiss for lack of sufficient evidence by the DA. This "credible witness," an officer, who again did not appear for procedurally basal examination, submitted an affidavit purporting that he had spoken with the identity theft victim, and "she said she lost her ID." In actuality, her identification was found at a bar I owned in Louisville, KY. Most legal professionals know full well that an affidavit without opportunity to formally rebut and examine the witness sorely meets the requirements for admissible evidence. The jury, vetting for which I was denied, was predominantly Caucasian persons. The jury returned a guilty verdict in less than 20 minutes. Despite having no prior criminal record, Spainhour sentenced me to the maximum time for each of the charges, ordered them to run consecutively, and refused to suspend my sentence for probation, albeit supervised or unsupervised. Does my story sound familiar? Because it is. African American Defendants experience this grim reality daily in the land of "liberty." Indeed ... indeed, "Lady Liberty 1885 aka A.P. Dillon," there's ALWAYS MORE to the story.
2. A.P. Dillon attempts to make it appear that my criminal background was magically discovered and suggests that it was somehow new information that the public must know. My criminal background is NOT secret. I voluntarily disclosed that information when I filed my candidacy. They didn't ask me to do so, nor forewarn me somehow against failing to fully disclose any relevant criminal background. I was prepared and knew disclosure was a requirement, and would've shared it even if it wasn't required. Like the saying goes, "you're only as sick as your secrets." You see me - I'm NOT sick - physically, mentally nor otherwise! I informed the Guilford County Board of Elections when I first ran for office in 2013. I have openly spoken about that wrongful conviction in my mentorship and business coaching programs. That "discovery" is NOT new; it's considerably old news. Take notice that they regurgitate it at every opportunity BECAUSE THEY HAVE NOTHING ELSE TO MANIPULATE IN THEIR CONSPIRED EFFORTS TO DISCREDIT ME.