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America's Concerns

Patrick Swiney, An Innocent Man

The comments on the Alabama forum for Patrick Swiney's case are proceeding well. Please visit this public forum as many times as you like. You may enter new comments or reply to existing comments as you wish.

See and the next page that's started. You are all invited to comment with your thoughts about our situation. For the computer-challenged, it's easy to do. Click on the link above, then type your comments in the box at the bottom of the page, then type in the number you see to the right just below the comment box (this tells the system you are a real live person as opposed to an automated spam program), then click "Post Comment." That's all you have to do

Any freelance journalists out there that are willing to do this story? Please let us know!

Any savvy lawyers out there willing to take on this case who are experts in Federal and Civil procedures plus scientific evidence? Let us know that too. We do not have a lawyer anymore on Patrick's case. See our latest amended motion at (document ID P17). If/when the state responds to this, we do not have a lawyer to file in defense of whatever the state may regurgitate to the Federal Court and I think we will only have 10 days to respond to whatever the state may say to the court.

We continually pray for relief to come to this absolutely provably innocent man. We are fighting for our lives. I quote from here one of the comments on the forum because it is perfectly said about this situation:

"This is how I see the case of Patrick Swiney:

Just a common American man, as there are millions of them.

A common man, trying to make an honest living, working hard. An honest man, who sees corruption etc. and knows that ain't his thing and tries to do something about it for as far as possible. He believes he lives in a country being fair with equal justice for all, the land of the free and the brave.

Dream on common American man, you found out that when you attack the system (the old boys network) they will get you. They got you indeed, life without parole for something you didn't do.

But, what if you can prove you didn't do that for which they sentenced you? No sweat, the system always finds an excuse to let you stay where you are.

A fairy tail, I wish it was, it's the truth, common practice in the USA.
People wake up before you get in the same situation, this might happen to you too!"

Blessings to all,
Sherry Swiney
Director, P.A.T.R.I.C.K. Member of the Board, NJCDLP Patrick Swiney-innocent in prison (GSR exonerates him) "The only thing needed for evil to triumph is for good men (and women) to do nothing" Edmund Burke (1729 - 1797), Irish philosopher, statesman.

The court has dismissed Patrick's case. If you want, send a letter on his behalf to Sherry Swiney, his wife.


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