One Louisiana Justice.
The Justice Foundation began as a blog in May of 2005. It's statewide counterpart Louisiana Justice Foundation
was envisioned in January 2006
Louisiana Justice Group is a support source for the recent and longtime victims traumatized by "Pelican State Justice".
The Justice Foundation of East Central Louisiana was birthed in July 2005.
Dealing with a so-called Voter Fraud case brought by the Louisiana Attorney General's Office and the Secretary of
State's Office in April 2005, there was no choice but to organize. After a NAACP La. State meeting in New Roads,
La., more concern was brought to bear on the issue of wrongful convictions, wrongful incarcerations, prosecutorial misconduct
and wrongful arrests.
Now that the Katrina exposed injustices have galvanized rights groups against the present prevailing system in Louisiana
and New Orleans, the inability of governing authorities to address any of these issues has become evident. Neither
the legislative, executive and certainly not, the judicial branches of governance have addressed the issues. In
the Legislature, there is not one peice of legislation addressing either the judiciaries wrongful convicting practices, or
the states attempt to re-create New Orleans void of the exiles. In other words, the government is perpetrating a forced
exilement of citizens of Louisiana, New Orleans and America.
The present system of Justice in Louisiana and consequently America has caused great concern to arise in the hearts and
minds of many. This is very understandable when we look at all, at what is ongoing. Period. Judge Arthur
Hunter is suggesting releasing pre-Katrina, post-Katrina, and exiled Katrina inmates awaiting trial. The indigent defense
system is unable to address the magnitude of now, backlogged cases. Office of the Attorney General's Burton Guidry,
has said that Hunter cannot impinge upon lawmakers to force them to rectify the burgeoning situation.
The New Orleans election process is now exposing the evident attempts to lay hold of the opportunity to depopulate New
Orleans of "undesirible elements". No one to my knowledge has said the word yet, but is this class cleansing instead
of ethnic cleansing. Both the same. And just as ugly. Especially so, when the burgeoning underclass
is a creation of the state. And American society has capitalized of the impoverishments of the people,
drowned in the abyss of poverty.
As we all awaken, let's continue to move stronger.
April 24-May 5
The elections in New Orleans left the incumbent and the Lt. Governor in the run-off.
Time will tell who will be the Mayor of "Neuvo/New" New Orleans. Early voting begins Monday the 8th. The
Louisiana Supreme Court resides in New Orleans and the justice that prevails or doesn't prevail is judged upon all classes.
Whoever becomes the Mayor of New Orleans will do so as the City remains cosmopolitan.
Ray Nagin re-elected Mayor Saturday May 20 2006
Meanwhile, the outcome of the May 3rd appeal in the First Circuit Court of a 349 year, wrongful conviction sentence is
critical to many individuals in "similar" circumstances. The First Circuit Court of Appeal is in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
In June 2006 the First Circuit Court of Appeals concurred with the district courts decision in the case entitled
State of Louisiana vs Michael J. Cobb. In 2007, the Louisiana Supreme Court denied the defendants writ to be heard
by the Supreme Court.
Spring 2007 - The Struggle against Injustice continues.