Conjuring Justice

Proof that One Person Can Make a Difference

http://www.pnj.com/article/20140412/NEWS11/304120015/Gonzalez-death-sentence-upheld-in-Billings-murders As expected, the Florida Supreme Court upheld Patrick’s conviction for the Billings Murders.  The articles claim, “In upholding the conviction, the state Supreme Court found that the convictions were supported by competent, substantial evidence, according to the State Attorney’s Office.” That is a purely laughable statement. In the public records, in plain English, the …

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  So with everything pointing to the fact the Billings’ were involved with cartels. Despite Morgan’s hot air, it is apparent that this is more than a home invasion robbery. I want to focus on the family. My interpretation of family are people who you grew up with, who raised you, day in and day …

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It boggles the mind that this case could be so engrossing and yet depicted as so simple. Pensacola is corrupt. It is rotten to the core. This murder is less than 3 degrees of separation from any one there. But I have to say I was surprised at some of the people in the mix. …

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I have spent months trying to come up with the PERFECT blog post. Truth be told, there is nothing much new happening. That’s a damn shame considering a man is sitting in a cell smaller than most people’s bathrooms with his life hanging in a constant purgatory state of nothingness. But this is the first …

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  According to public records, Florida Sheriff and prosecutor conspire to put man on Death Row. Pensacola, Florida—Public records show that Sheriff David Morgan of Escambia County and prosecutor Bill Eddins  prosecuted Leonard Patrick Gonzalez Jr, knowing that he was not the shooter in the Billings Murder. After being alerted to the misconduct, court files …

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Byrd and Melanie Brock Billings were residents of Pensacola, FL. They were known in the community for their seemingly altruistic endeavor of taking on special needs children in a rather bulk manor.They had within 9-14 within the passing years.  They were mourned after their murders as pillars of the community. Kind, giving people who were …

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