I’ve got some questions here that I’d like to answer. I’m way behind on “SPM Responds”, but, as you know, The SON preparations are occupying most of my time. Here are the most voted on questions from last month, then, on my next letter, I’ll get to the ones for this month.
1.) Would taking a lie detector test help your case?
As far as helping me by law’s standards, I don’t think so. Lie detector results are not permitted as evidence in Texas courtrooms, at least not in my trial. Evidently, some people know how to beat them and on top of that, they’re only 60 to 70 percent accurate, according to how good the person is who’s conducting the test.
Many DA’s use them to help decide whether they want to prosecute someone. The DA’s in my case never asked that I take a lie detector test, probably because they were afraid I’d pass.
I’ve been represented by many different lawyers, and I’ve always said, “Look, I’m innocent and I’d like to take a lie detector test to show you.” But their answers have always been the same, “We know you’re innocent, don’t worry about that. We’re going to give you 100 percent.”
Still, I want to take the test, just for my own records. As soon as I can get out of High Security, I’m going to try to set the whole thing up. Right now, I can’t be around anyone without being handcuffed. And if I walk out of this building, my feet have to be shackled, too. They got me like Hannibal Lector around this bitch.
The sad part is when I pass the test, these bitch-born, dick-lickin, finger-in-the-boody-ass haters will just say I paid off the lie detector man. lol! That was fun, let me call’em something else: Ol’ goofy, willy foo foo, moose boody-lookin-ass niggaz.
2.) Will Dope House be launching their own website about your case?
We’re reconstructing our website in a major way. Compared to how our site was, the new one will be ten times better. But Incandesio is doing a superior job with her site, and we’re going to keep all-things-legal at spmaftermath.com.
My “SPM Responds” section of her site is where I stay on the subject of my case. I’ve got so, so, so much to show you about my trial. I’m going to literally prove, how according to this girl’s testimony, this crime would have been impossible to commit. I’m going to prove my innocence with the exact testimony that was used to convict me. If we would have caught this during the trial, I wouldn’t be here. That will be coming in the next few letters, using the official court transcripts.
So, no, Dope House Records couldn’t do a better job than Incandesio if we tried. And what makes it so beautiful, is she’s doing this all on her own. She won’t even accept money for the stamps she uses on the letters she mails me.
I’ll write you more, soon,