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Voice: Free at last

February 02, 2001

Free at last, free at last, thank God almighty I'm free at last.

"In the courthouse, next to where Sacco and Vanzetti were tried," Justice Conneres told Norfolk County Assistant D.A. Kafka on Jan. 24, that when an assistant D.A. like Marcy Dacey-White gives her word in an agreement to accept a motion to dismiss against a defendant, you must keep your word. The Massachusetts Supreme Court has already decided on situations like this and why Justice Robert Sheiber of the Stoughton District Court was ignorant of this law and didn't have Marcy Dacey-White "obey" the law is beyond me.

As a matter of fact, Justice Sheiber just threw up his hands and told my counsel, "What do you want me to do? I can't control the commonwealth," when Marcy Dacey-White stated in open court that she would not honor her agreement with my counsel.

So the treachery of June 13, 2000, has been rectified, but the legal fees charged to me since that date of infamy have been over $12,000. If the public servants of Massachusetts had kept their word, I would not have had to spend this money nor the taxpayers of Stoughton nor the commonwealth.


It will now be my turn to bring those who falsely arrested me to trial and to try to seek pecuniary compensation from those who suffered me legal injury.

I hope you are able to read this letter by candlelight, but then, look what reading by candlelight did for Abraham Lincoln.


Stoughton, Mass.

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