The high tech lynching of Brian J. Womack, happy holidays

Just before the jury deliberated, U.S. Federal Court Judge Ricardo Martinez told the jury in James Womack’s case ,” Monday 2/21/11 is a holiday and some of you came along way. If you can reach a verdict today you won’t have to make that long drive back on Tuesday.”

United States vs. Maleek James aka Brian James Womack

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U.S. Federal District Court Judge Ricardo Martinez


Update:  No sooner did I post this true story about what I believe to be the malicious prosecution of James Womack, Judge Ricardo Martinez and Pierce County Washington and Washington State Attorney General’s Office were on the Gold Bar Reporter at the same time looking at the same article.  Conspiracy coming?  Wait and see… where is the Honorable Justice Alex Kozinskis’ of the World?

 

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Brian Womack was wrongfully charged and maliciously prosecuted by over zealous U.S. attorneys for trafficking drugs, because he refused to plead guilty to crimes he was not guilty of.

With no surprise to those of us investigating corruption inside our courts here in Washington State, with no surprise Judge Ricardo Martinez allowed the U.S. attorney to misstate facts to the jury, wrongfully labeling Brian Womack “the king pin” and prosecutors were allowed to liken Brian to  the Mafia King Pin Sammy “The Bull Gravano.”

Here’s a message Judge Martinez, ” I studied Sammy the Bull Gravano, and Brian Womack is no Sammy the Bull.”

Brian Womack is more like Steven Avery . . .  so our new movie will be ” Making Sammy The Bull Gravano, Seattle Washington Federal District Court style.’


Washington is lovely place to raise kids.

In Brian’s own words:

My new name is 404-96-086. I’ve been sentenced to nine years in prison at The Sheridan Camp in Sheridan, Oregon. According to the prosecutor, I was facing twenty years -for a crime I did not commit and was not criminally involved with. I turned myself in eights months after the drugs were ceased on 8/19/10. Wrongfully convicted by jail snitches with much to gain to by helping the prosecution find drug dealers.

Facts

Brian is one of many African Americans wrongfully charged and convicted because of the  color of his skin.

Brian James Womack denies having anything to do with the trafficking drugs.

Brian passed two polygraph tests taken by Richard Pegrerin at Evergreen Polygraph, Inc.

Unfortunately for Brian, U.S. Federal District Court Judge Ricardo Martinez, was the 13th Juror.  The other 12 jurors were white.  

The only evidence in this case came from two jailhouse ” snitches” who managed to get special treatment for their testimony; the government’s case had no evidence other than two drug dealers with a lot to lose. 

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On February 18, 2012, just before noon, Judge” Martinez unethically stated to the jury , “Monday 2/21/11 is a holiday and some of you came along way. If you can reach a verdict today you won’t have to make that long drive back on Tuesday.”  

Basically Judge Martinez told the jury to hurry up with their decision so he and the jury could get home for the Pagan Holiday season, otherwise known by Christians as Christmas. 

Hurry up jury, the holiday needs you!  Pumpkin pie, shopping, and celebrating ( more like disrespecting our founding fathers’ memories) was much more important than a black man’s freedom, I suppose.

Thanks to my dear friend, George Bush Jr., we’re in the red this holiday season ( 2011), so hurry up and convict this black man who doesn’t know his place and DEMANDED his right to a jury trial.

How dare James Womack not know his place in this so called land of the free!

Does this sound familiar?  Well it should, because the United States Supreme Court’s decision ruled in 1880 in Strauder v. West Virginia that laws excluding blacks from jury service violated the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment.

Perhaps it’s possible Judge Martinez failed constitutional law?

The Malicious Prosecution of the  “Scottsboro Boys” and “James Womack”

In the 1931 case of the Scottsboro Boys, nine black youths were accused of raping two white women, one of whom later recanted her testimony. Eight of the defendants were sentenced to death (although none would be executed). Defense attorney Samuel Leibowitz argued before the Alabama Supreme Court that blacks had been kept off the jury rolls, and that names of blacks had been added to the rolls after the trial to conceal this fact.[6] The appeals in the case ultimately led to two landmark Supreme Court decisions. In Powell v. Alabama (1935), the Court ruled that criminal defendants are entitled to effective counsel, and in Norris v. Alabama (1935), that blacks may not be excluded systematically from jury service.[7] 

Source https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottsboro_Boys


But those silly U.S. Supreme Court decisions, and the rights of the accused, don’t apply here in Washington State.

After receiving the jury charge from Judge Martinez about getting home quickly, it took just two hours for a jury to come back with a guilty verdict on all four counts. But that’s not the malicious part.

In Brian and his family’s own words 

I want my Trial Transcript released today. My Trial ended on 2/18/11 and the Judge sealed my transcript he has refused to allow me to have a copy of my own Indictment and trial transcript. The government sealed the Trial Transcript one month after trial (2/18/11) we paid for our sons Trial Transcript one week after trial. Ms. Lisa Borichewsk, Assistant United State Attorney prosecutor, Ice Agent Jacob D. Black, Judge Ricardo S. Martinez his “Judicial Power” sealed public records.  

These overzealous government officers not only misused their power granted to them by the state, but strategically and deliberately used images during jury voir dire of the notorious mob boss John Gotti and murderous mob enforcer Sammy “The Bull” Gravano. 

Judge Martinez allowed the prosecutors to charade pictures of Sammy ” The Bull” Gavano who had nothing to do with James Womack, Brian’s family claims.

 

 “This prosecutor threatened the fairness of James Womack’s trial”, said Judge Ronald Gould 9th Circuit Federal Court opinion.  America needs more honorable judges like Alex Kozinski and Ronald Gould. Sadly, America has entered a dark and gloomy time period in its history that would leave Adolf Hitler proud if he were still here.   


See.http://law.justia.com/…/c…/14-35792/14-35792-2015-11-16.html

What my readers should know is Brian James Womack was never on trial for being a “Kingpin” of any drug trafficking here in Washington State.  For a Federal Court Judge to assert that he was, should be grounds to remove or impeach the judge for misconduct.

 

So sorry Judge Martinez that the rights of the accused to a fair trial were ruining your holiday season.  However, if you’d like , I know at least one thousand voters of Washington State  that would love to accept your resignation from the bench as it appears that you’re either a man without morals or a man who failed constitutional law.

After reviewing hundreds of cases involving You, Richard Jones, Marsha Pechman, and Ronald Leighton, I believe it’s a little of both.

According to Brian James Womack, Judge Ricardo Martinez increased his jail sentence because Brian James demanded his constitutional right to a jury trial. The audacity of any American to demand a jury trial, especially here in Washington State.

Judge Martinez is a stealer example of just how far the corruption in Washington State Judiciary has gone. So much for the home of the brave and the land of the free… our judicial system has failed and the Dishonorable Judge Martinez is a great example of just how far the corruption has gone here in Washington State.

Another African American maliciously prosecuted and jailed; President Obama should pardon Brian J. Womack, with all deliberate speed.

Bush’s appointments to the federal bench here in Washington State have done more harm to a free society than any other President in United States history.

 

Comments

  1. “In a good argument, the conclusion must follow from the premises, and the premises must be the Truth! Standing my Ground is my mission. Telling my story is my destiny. . .” Brian James Womack
    “Evil thrives only when good men do nothing.” Edmund Burke
    Thanks for doing something!

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