NOTHING IS SIMPLE NOR HAS IT BEEN WITH REGARD TO THE KHARON DAVIS CASE.
Davis has been jailed for almost nine years for an alleged murder; all without a court trial. This is Alabama’s longest “known” inmate who has been jailed without a trial. Information has been forthcoming that Kharon Davis who is the grandson of a local civil rights activist, has been beaten, drugged and held in solitary confinement while authorities have attempted to force him to accept a plea deal.
WITH THE KIND OF KANGAROO LAW BEING PRACTICED IN HOUSTON COUNTY, WHO NEEDS THE FARCE OF A COURT PROCEEDING?
Davis has been held at the request of Houston County D.A. Doug Valeska. In January of this year, the judge assigned to the case gave Davis a choice of being allowed new attorneys or going forward in April with his trial. Davis had previously requested his attorneys, Derek Yarborough and Allen Mitchell be removed from his case and requested new counsel. The judge appointed 3 new lawyers in January; Chris Capps was ordered as lead counsel with Dustin Fowler and Christopher Williams, co- counsel.
Yesterday’s hearing blew everything away regarding any kind of court protocol or structure. Family members and supporters were ordered out of the courtroom and into the hall where sheriff deputies photographed and videotaped them. (Nice kind of intimidation tactic and questionably illegal at best). The judge then appeared to run his own kangaroo court proceeding with courthouse staff in on the ruse. He turned off his microphone so no one in the gallery could hear what being said. Not quite the kind of public and transparent court proceeding free citizens have a right to.
WHO WAS THE KANGAROO AND WHO WAS THE JOEY IN THE POUCH TODAY; D.A. DOUG VALESKA OR THE JUDGE?
During the proceedings the judge removed Davis’s lead counsel, Chris Capps against the wishes of Capps, thus leaving the legal team in question and the alleged evidentiary hearing in tatters.
Stop Judicial Corruption had been advised there was no need to write about todays case previously as it was a simple evidentiary hearing. Today’s courthouse antics were anything but simple and legal. But as with everything involving D.A. Doug Valeska and the Kharon Davis Case, nothing is ever as it seems.
Valeska was overheard stating as he scurried away; “I am not going to jail”. Hopefully the FBI and United States Department of Justice will become actively involved after today’s proceedings.
With threats being thrown around in the Houston County Courthouse and jail whether implied, overt or covert, intervention can not come fast enough from the Department of Justice, as it is apparent, justice is not always if ever equal in some Alabama Courts.
The actions of those in Houston County today have set the bar to a new low for transparent and honest court proceedings in Alabama; unfortunately we are not surprised as questionable if not downright dirty antics always seem to surface from the backroom bowels of the Houston County Courthouse.
As for D.A. Doug Valeska, who could expect legal rights to be given to any black man in Alabama’s 20th circuit if, as we were told recently by a trusted confidential informant, “Doug Valeska himself is or was a member of the KKK“.
ALL THE MORE REASON FOR THE DOJ TO HITAIL IT TO HOUSTON COUNTY .