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As we endeavor to address the continued apparatuses of judicial process in Louisiana, and consequently the United States of America; as the process relates to Louisiana, OUR PURPOSE will remain focused on providence for the downtroddened.

Organization Purpose

The purpose of this organization is to increase the popularity of our common interests. ONE LOUISIANA JUSTICE. We must admit to our selves, no matter who we are, that there are two "justices" in America.  In Louisiana, there are possibly three "justices";  elitist justice, favored justice, and the justice that we the people experience on a daily basis. The one joint factor that brings us together is the fact, that we all know "folks" who have been wrongfully convicted or mishandled by the system.  A light must shine on Pelican State Justice. We hope to add new members so we will be able to grow and expand. We also want to  enjoy one another while  we are together and working on projects. By developing relationships and friendships, the organization will become even stronger.

Our Mission - 2010

Our mission is to further promote the interest of the people who are cast aside and forgotten in a dungeon of captivity, real and/or perceived.

Grand Jury releases one, returns ‘true bill’ in murder case

After meeting for two days, an Evangeline Parish Grand Jury released one and returned a “true bill” against another in a murder case.

The grand jury returned a “no-true” bill against Gregory Coutee for the murder of Selento Smith. It also returned a “true” bill in the same case against Brian Keith Thomas, 30.

A previous grand jury returned a true bill against Gregory Coutee, according to District Attorney Brent Coreil. However as officials investigated this case further and more people came forward with information, the district attorney’s office determined it would be in the best interest of justice to represent that case to the grand jury. As a result, Thomas has been charged with the second-degree murder of Selento Smith, which occurred April 5, 2007.

Judge John Larry Vidrine increased Thomas’ bond by $500,000, which brings his bond to a total of $1,150,000. Thomas is awaiting trial on two counts of attempted murder. Arraignment of Thomas has been scheduled for November 6, at 9 a.m. in Division A.

The maximum penalty for second-degree murder shall be life imprisonment at hard labor without benefit of parole, probation or suspension of sentence.
Raymond Lejeune presented the cases to the grand jury on behalf of the State of Louisiana.

Two other cases were considered by the grand jury in which “no true” bills were returned.

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