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It's sad but it would not have mattered if Lewis had recussed herself from this case,l she has a habit of sticking her nose where it does not belong. The one case that comes to mind was the Stidham case. She recussed herself from his case due to a conflick in interest but still wiggled her way back in to not only denie one of his motions but to barr him from filing. I have read this mans files up one end and down the other and it's plain to see he was railroaded BIG TIME. The state held back on information that would have proved to show he did not commit this crime, such as te 6 to 8 witnesses the DNA results and a computer examination. The stat also lied in trial court stating no computer forensic test had ever been ordered and that Mr Stidhams attorney had 2 yrs in which to do so but didn't. It's funny that there is a fax from the state to Mr Stidhams attorney stating that the sbi agent on the case would be getting the results to her by the next day. This fax was a month BEFORE trial court.Knowing the day before court that his attorney had no itentions on representing him Mr Stidham requested a continuance inorder to fnd a attorney who would but was given a choice..Keep yr attorney or represent yourself.What would you have done if you had to choose to go to trial with a attorney whodid not want to represent you, represent yourself and risk messing it all up and serving 40yrs for a crime you did not commit or take the plea offered by the state? I'm pretty sure since the state had pushed this case so far they had their fingers crossed that he would take the plea because every bit of the evidence obtained by the state would have been in Mr Stidhams favore. This is probably why the state never disclosed this information.Now Judge Lewis played her role in all this by barring Mr Stidham from filing. I guess it's nice to have the power to make sure none knows the truth. I wonder who will be on the chopping block next.By the way, Mr Stidhams case is only one of many where the truth was keept a secret. Don't take my word for it, go to the site pacer.gov and look up his case and see for yourself. Luther Stidham

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