If it was up to Stop Judicial Corruption Alabama, a special Grand Jury should have been convened over a year ago. As for Alabama’s cold case investigative units. Somehow we feel their job is to insure cold cases are kept just that way…COLD. Too many questionable murders and “suicides” are covered up by the good old boy investigative network. For there to be cover ups, someone important to them or on the inside track, must be a suspect.
James Easterling has been allowed by the justice system, or rather the lack of justice system in Alabama’s 19th circuit to commit sex crimes involving the most vulnerable over and over beginning at least in 2005. In 2005 James Easterling was arrested and brought before what appears to be a rigged grand jury where he was given a “no bill” (a no bill by a Grand Jury means the members of the grand jury voted that there was not enough evidence to have a defendant proceed to trial) (We would be very interested in who sat on Easterling’s Grand Jury in 2005 and if it was adequately presented to the grand jury or if much if not all evidence was as we have heard many times, not presented in order to allow someone to get a pass for their crime) which essentially allowed his crimes to disappear.