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Witch hunt trial begins at 8:30 Monday, 10 January: USA vs Higgins

Giglio v. United States, 405 U.S. 150 (1972), is a United States Supreme Court [1] case in which the Court held that the prosecution’s failure to inform the jury that a witness had been promised not to be prosecuted in exchange for his testimony was a failure to fulfill the duty to present all material evidence to the jury, and constituted a violation of due process [2], requiring a new trial.[1] [3] This is the case even if the failure to disclose was a matter of negligence and not intent. The case extended the Court’s holding in Brady v. Maryland [4],[2] [5] requiring such agreements to be disclosed to defense counsel.[3] [6] As a result of this case, the term Giglio material is sometimes used to refer to any information pertaining to deals that witnesses in a criminal case may have entered into with the government.[4] [7]

Source: Giglio v. United States – Wikipedia [8]

How much did the government spend on confidential informants Mike Marshall and Scott Waters in their pursuit of “The Culture of Corruption” which so far has only been able to prosecute Black men in Dayton?

In the final prep for the trial, as jury instructions are to be given, and the case to begin Monday morning at 8:30 on the ninth floor of the Federal Building in Downtown Dayton, it has come out that the Feds spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to pay their CI’s to catch these petty criminals- while the true criminals are all still free.

Hell, even the man who took bags of cash- Roshawn Winburn, has yet to step foot in prison- with delay after delay.

I asked Judge Rose for a response on why he delayed the report date again. No answer.

I did a FOIA request to the FBI last week:

Date: 5 Jan 2022
FBI Attn: FOIPA Request 200 Constitution Drive Winchester, VA 22602
Dear FOIA Officer: ______________________
This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act.
Date range of request: January 2012 to present
Description of request:
Please search the FBI’s indices to the Central Records System for the information responsive to this request related to: Payments to made to the following individuals in Dayton Ohio as Confidential human sources, Confidential informants etc.
1) Michael E Marshall
2) Scott Waters
3) Joey D. Williams
4) Willis Blackshear (deceased)5) Aaron Sorrell
6) Roshawn Winburn
7) Nan Whaley
If you are unwilling to provide the amounts to each, by name, due to “confidentially” I would like the amount of money paid to all. Since Blackshear is dead, there should be no problem identifying his payments.
Since Whaley is currently running for Governor of the State of Ohio- and has done the same during this period- any payments to her- must be identified as donations or they are in conflict with campaign finance reporting laws.
Williams was a public official during that time and has been found guilty of corruptly soliciting a bribe already, so any funds paid to him should be made public.
Same goes for Winburn, who has yet to be sent to prison- despite pleading guilty long ago.
There is no question that Marshall and Waters were “confidential sources” thanks to the DOJ filing to block submission of discovery by Brian Higgins in a lawsuit and the DOJ’s filing.
The public has every right to know how many tax dollars have been spent in this “Culture of Corruption” case and to whom.
I am willing to pay up to [$500] for the processing of this request. Please inform me if the estimated fees will exceed this limit before processing my request.
I am seeking information for public information and journalism.
Thank you for your consideration,
Name: David Esrati

I’m waiting for a response.

And of course, I’m still waiting for the feds to give me a trial date on my FOIA request for the tapes of Nan Whaley, which were played to the Grand Jury that indicted Joey Williams, Roshawn Winburn, Clayton Luckie, Brian Higgins, Joyce Cameron and her husband.

The question I’d like to ask Judge Rose is how much can I pay him to delay his Kangaroo Court on the Higgins case- while the public was deceived and lied to by the very folks that are prosecuting Higgins about Williams being fit to run for re-election. They committed the crime of Misprision of a felony- and I’d like to bring charges:

Whoever, having knowledge of the actual commission of a felony cognizable by a court of the United States, conceals and does not as soon as possible make known the same to some judge or other person in civil or military authority under the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.

Source: 18 U.S. Code § 4 – Misprision of felony | U.S. Code | US Law | LII / Legal Information Institute [9]

With Rose’s refusal to explain to the public on why Winburn is not in prison, can he be trusted to do his job while allowing criminals to prosecute a citizen? Or is he just as corrupt?

It’s time for the charade to end. It’s time for the smoke and mirrors to end- and the real criminals in Dayton to be indicted, starting with the FBI who wasted a lot of taxpayer money while allowing a felon to remain in office in pursuit of what? Nan Whaley is running for Governor. If the tapes show she wasn’t guilty, release them.

We need some truth first, before we continue with a very expensive trial over a fish tank leaking and a hundred odd thousand dollars of insurance money being misdirected (with your CI right in the middle of it). Fact you may not know, Mike Marshall negotiated the lease on the old Chicken Louies on Main so Higgins could move his fish shop in. Marshall would do anything for a buck.

The only question is what’s a buck worth in this town? And how many does it take to buy your delay from reporting to prison yet again?

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