A Trembling Position In Life - Your Life Resting Solely In Hands Of A Man Who Hates You - Occurs At 9 AM On FridayRickey Stokes
Posted by: RStokes
Date: Aug 02 2012 9:31 PM
MONTGOMERY: Friday Morning at 9:30 AM Former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman will stand before a man with an extreme amount of power who absolutely dislikes Don Siegelman. That event will be in the “people’ United States Federal Courthouse before Judge Mark Fuller.
Judge Fuller was appointed as District Attorney for Coffee and Pike Counties. In 2002 Fuller was appointed by Former President George Bush to be a Federal Judge in Montgomery Alabama. Fuller left the post as District Attorney and took the Federal Judge appointment – lifetime appointment.
The position was vacant. Under the recommendation of several Coffee and Pike County Officials, to include the recommendation of Pike County Sheriff Russell Thomas, then Alabama Governor Don Siegelman appointed Gary McAliliey as the District Attorney to replace Fuller.
At age 26 Gary McAliley was elected as District Attorney of Coffee County. In later years McAliley was elected as Circuit Judge for Coffee and Pike County. He served in that position until he retired to take over the reigns Fuller left as District Attorney.
After his appointment McAliliey found some things he did not like that Fuller had done. One was an extremely high salary which Fuller paid to an investigator. This high salary, as reported, was to give the investigator a high retirement income. McAliley stopped it. He called for an audit of Fuller’s term as District Attorney. This angered the new Federal Judge. He and McAliley are reported to have become bitter enemies.
According to some reports printed, statements are attributed to Federal Judge Mark Fuller that he had intentions to “hang” Don Siegelman. In the first trial he did hand Siegelman a stiff sentence and ordered him into custody immediately. After nine months Siegelman was successful in getting an appeal bond. However the appeals have been exhausted. Fuller will once again get his chance to “hang” Siegelman on Friday morning at 9:00 AM in Montgomery.
Recent reports in a divorce file that some items were made public before sealing have revealed many questionable reports on Judge Fuller.
However, Friday Morning 9:00 AM Don Siegelman’s entire life rests in the hands of one man – a man reported to hate him. All pundents expect Fuller to live up to the underhanded expectations and reputation he has earned, and hand Siegelman.
A recent email from Don Siegelman reads as follows:
This may be my last chance to email you for some time. I am going back before U.S. District Court Judge Mark Fuller to be re-sentenced this Friday, August the 3rd at 9:00 AM (CST) at the federal courthouse in Montgomery.
Your friendship and support throughout this incredibly long, painful, and costly ordeal has meant so much to my family and me.
This battle for justice within the court system comes to a close. The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear my last appeal even though 113 former state Attorneys General and many of the nation’s top Constitutional Law Professors joined in my appeal saying that the law is so unclear that any contributor and candidate is "at risk of being indicted and convicted..."
I served nine awful months in federal prison, thirty days in total isolation in solitary confinement, three weeks in a maximum-security prison side-by-side with hardened criminals. Every step of this fight for justice over the past nine years has been devastating to my family and me.
I have lost my livelihood, most of my assets, and my freedom.
I am now a “felon” and have lost my right to vote and run for public office. I can no longer practice law. Regardless, I remain committed to our system of justice; flawed though it may be, it is still one of the best. It is up to us to make it better.
Thank you for your encouragement, which keeps my spirit strong. Please continue to keep in touch with my family as this journey for justice continues.
May God bless you and your family.
And the questions remains, what must we the people do in order to gain control over the spinning wheel that has spun out of control in our government, our court system, our state and government?
I simply do not have the answer.
If Mark Fuller wanted to give the appearance of being honest and truthful, he would step aside and let someone else handle this case. However, doing so would not allow him to get his revenge.
Don Siegelman, sorry…but you are not the only person that has suffered from such people. One day, judgment will fall on people like Mark Fuller for his motives. That judgment will be handed out by someone who has no mechanism for appeals.