As I’ve said before, this blog is about getting “Justice” for those that didn’t get it. In Pensacola, Florida, it appears that this is an impossibility for some. If you are not well liked in Pensacola, and you are not in the political clique, then you get accused, convicted and sentenced without a shred of evidence.
Leonard Patrick Gonzalez, Jr. and I were not friends in the past and because he has been a hot head with a big mouth, so many people don’t think it matters whether he’s innocent or not. I’m here to tell you that no one regardless of the majority’s opinion should be sitting on Death Row without any evidence against them. If this was you, or a member of your family that this happened to, then wouldn’t you want them to have every opportunity to have a fair and just trial? I don’t believe this has happened in the Billings Murder Case. Not for Leonard Patrick Gonzalez, Jr. or any of the other co-defendants in this case.
I believe, that 5 years later, there are more questions than answers. I challenge any of you reading this blog to take a good hard look at the evidence in this case. I believe you will find that the murder has gone unsolved!
One person in the case got immunity for turning states evidence. Has anyone with a brain looked at the statement of that witness? It is a FARCE….plain and simple. The witness talks in circles. He contradicts his testimony over and over. He actually corroborates statements made by Gonzalez, Jr., in his first police interrogation, concerning the Mexican and Gulf Coast cartels. No one believed Gonzalez, Jr. even though he said he feared for his life and the life of his family. However, the witness is given immunity while proving no insight or evidence.
This witness is the only person that has actual physical evidence against them. As an intelligent person, I don’t understand it. Is there a cover up that needs to be investigated? If there is, then who do we get to listen and review the evidence? Who is powerful enough to get to the bottom of this case?
Most of this case is open for the public to review. Do “we the people” really want to see another person die for something they didn’t do? I certainly don’t. I have no stake in this case. No one involved is related to me nor am I receiving anything for the time I spend on this case. I–simply as a fellow human being–believe in the justice system and believe that the guilty should pay for their crimes. However, I believe that in this case, Justice has not been done. I believe innocent people are in prison that shouldn’t be and I believe anyone that takes an unbiased look at the evidence will see that.
The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis.--Dante Aligheri
My name is Jimmie Lee Staley; I am a Southern woman with a mind of my own. When I was a kid, my dad used to ask me what I wanted to do when I grew up, I told him I wanted to change the world. I have to admit I wasted a few years running the stereotypical rat race but I am done with that. I believe we should all be trying to make this world a better place. I am currently on a mission to expose governmental misconduct and save a man’s life. There is always something that can be done. I am proof of that. One person can make a difference.
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7 thoughts on “The Billings’ Murders: An Editorial by Sue Bradley”
Hugh wiggins and I were married on April 25, 1989 in Brattleboro Vermont. He filed for divorce on September 2, 2014 in Pensacola Florida. His other “wife” was charged and convicted of bigamy. My question is: why was Hugh wiggins never arrested and prosecuted for bigamy?
Connie, email me please, Chasingdixie2@gmail.com
What do you want? Why are you posting my name out there without my knowledge or permission?
Hugh Wiggins has an arrest record that includes a drug and a weapons charge. Why is he allowed to possess a handgun and carry it in his car when he drives to Louisiana to go to work?
There are more anomalies than this. He takes the murder weapons ACROSS STATE LINES. He’s on a boat INTERCOASTALLY WITH THE WEAPONS. Those are federal offenses. Yet no federal charge is ever levied. His “deal” was with the state of Florida, but Mississippi honored it. That doesn’t make sense either.
I DID NOT say any of this. Where did you get this information and why are you attributing it to me?
What are you talking about? Your name is on your comments. Do you want me to make them invisible.