Thursday, July 1, 2010

A Deficit of Decency


I believe it was in 2004 that I met with Zell Miller, former
governor of Georgia, and talked with him about my case. I
also gave him a story about my case called More Common Sense.
He was indifferent to my being falsely arrested and then
RAILROADED
by the former Detective Preston Peavy.
My dad and I always
liked Zell Miller (often called Zig Zag Zell) and I believed he would
help me...
but he really let me down. It is very ironic that the judge that
is now handling my case, Judge Murphy C. Miller,
turns out to be his son.

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