Charles Alexander Wade

Platforms and prison (jail)

For regular readers of this site, I’m sorry I’ve not been posting. Between writing a few legal filings for the 2nd district court of appeals case (about the illegal school closing task force meetings) and getting campaign things rolling, there hasn’t been time. The trolls on Facebook have come out to bash me on my Read More

Justice Sotomayor, meet our Sheriff, Phil “The Torturer” Plummer

On Feb 2, 2017 I released video from the Montgomery County Jail on Youtube. It showed the barbaric point-blank pepper spraying of the restrained inmate, Charles Alexander Wade. After they pepper sprayed him, they left him, tied down- without treating his burning eyes, for hours. Think about that. Torture, pure and simple. The way I Read More

Lawsuit filed in 2nd pepper spray case

Attorney Doug Brannon, working for Charles Alexander Wade, the victim of the second pepper spraying while in restraints that has come to light in the last six months, filed suit in District Court asking for a jury trial. The case centers around the pepper spray video that I released on February 2nd 2017 of the Read More

Dayton Daily “news” is still an establishment tool

There is a reason the three county commissioners asked for the Department of Justice to investigate the County Jail for civil rights violations, but you won’t see it in the Dayton Daily or “The Leader” Channel 7. While 22/45 had no problem running my video– complete with the link esrati.com/deadly on screen, the Cox papers Read More

Why Montgomery County needs a chief ethics officer

Yesterday I released a video of the criminal pepper spraying of Charles Alexander Wade, while in restraints, at the Montgomery County jail. Normally, you’d expect your county prosecutor to take up charges against the perpetrator of a crime as clear as this, but there is a difficulty. Sgt. John Eversole, Mr. Pepper Spray, is married Read More

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