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Thursday, December 15, 2011

Letter to Pat Lykos 10

So you’ve read SPM’s words; you now know that the civil trial went well for him, and that, although he could have lost everything, the jury only gave the bare minimum, since the judge would not allow them to give nothing. What better time to drop a line to the DA’s office and let them know you’ve been looking into the case and you want to see it reviewed? As the year draws to a close, we’ll be gearing up for election season 2012.

Let Pat Lykos know that we want a new, fair trial, this time with all the evidence presented, as an example of the justice that she pursues.

The Honorable Patricia R. Lykos
1201 Franklin, Suite 600
Houston, Texas 77002-1923

I’m writing today about the case of Carlos Coy, cause # 908426.

As the public learns more about Coy Vs. Texas, as the facts slowly come to light, many of us are wondering how this case ever even made it to a prosecutor’s desk. The complete lack of evidence, the only witness suggesting that she had dreamed the whole thing…We can’t help but ask, how did this happen? What facts were hidden during the criminal trial that, when revealed to a civil jury, resulted in an award of ‘0’ dollars?

Please, take a little time to review Mr. Coy’s case. I believe a review by your office will reveal the need for a new trial, and encourage the state prove its case against Mr. Coy with facts instead of conjecture and opinions.

Me, My address, Blah Blah Blah

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