Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Former attorney and judge featured in memoir, Toxic Justice appeal corruption convictions

Be sure to read my comment below this article.  
— Imprisoned former attorney Paul Minor has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn his sentence in a Mississippi judicial corruption case.
Minor is appealing a decision by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last August that upheld the sentences of Minor and former judges Wes Teel and John Whitfield. Prosecutors said Minor backed loans for the judges in exchange for favorable court rulings.

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 Paul Minor is my former attorney of fifteen years and former judge John Whitfield sat on my case during the time they engaged in bribery and the time period covered by their corruption convictions by a jury. Both are appealing to the US Supreme Court. If they accomplish this no person in the US will be safe for becoming a victim of public and court corruption. No person will be safe from attorneys who sell their clients cases to the highest bidder.

Toxic Justice, my memoir, tells the true story of how children and adult of toxic injury are further victimized by their own attorneys, the court, and politicians. Go to and let me know if you would like to see Toxic Justice published as a trilogy instead of having to cut the original 800 single space pages down to 1/4 of its present length.

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