http://electbeth.wix.com/shannon ~The good Samaritan has been incarcerated for a YEAR, held on a $500k bond, although he has no criminal background and had recently graduated from high school. He was a working young man who was about to go into the military.
Do they plan to kill the victim who swears Shannon did not shoot her? How does racist North Carolina intend to prosecute the person who HELPED the woman with her declaring it was not Shannon who shot her? The drama unfolding in Franklin County is very frightening for the victim, who is waiting to testify on Shannon's behalf, and for Shannon and his family. Will you please help them? The young people who allegedly shot the victim have been connected to another shooting around Mother's Day, 2013. Again, they were not arrested.
Shannon's mother, Elizabeth Crudup, was a guest on BlogTalkRadio on December 19, 2013, and discussed her son's persecution. The interview is archived at this url:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nnia1/2013/12/20/enslavement-and-genocide-of-africans-and-indigenous-peoples ~"The Enslavement and Genocide of Africans and Indigenous Peoples" show broadcasts Thursdays at 9pm Pacific at (818)572.2947 or by computer at
Elizabeth Crudup was asked why the NAACP was not helping her free her innocent son who was arrested after dashing to a white woman's aid and was himself arrested for shooting her. Elizabeth replied: "The NAACP local chair said, and I quote, 'I got to live around here, I ain't messing with any black boy in jail.'"
The district attorney for the 9th District of North Carolina, Samuel Currin, III, was a judge. He was prosecuted for corruption and sentenced to ten years of prison but was released after two years and became district attorney of Franklin County. Ms. Crudup says Mr. Currin told her he knew Shannon was innocent and that Shannon's attorney is the one trying to get Shannon to accept a plea deal. The district attorney's phone number is (919) 497-4290. See an excerpt from News Observer, published when Mr. Currin was released:
RALEIGH — Sam Currin, a former judge, federal prosecutor and state Republican Party chairman, was ordered released from prison after serving a fraction of a nearly six-year sentence for money laundering and obstruction.
Shannon Nyamodi is denied a speedy trial because Shannon's treacherous attorney and the district attorney know they cannot prevail against Shannon in a court of law.
The righteous care about justice for the poor, but the wicked have no such concern. ~Proverbs 29:7
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