by: Laurie Azgard
Federal court filings just came in yesterday at Courtlistener.com [archived also at internet archive] from Brian D. Hill [USWGO alternative news] attempting to send evidence to Martinsville Police Department, reaching out to them to explain how Brian was a victim of carbon monoxide poisoning on September 21, 2018.
According to the circuit court records from Virginia, Brian is facing a trial by jury on August 30, 2019, and faces possible supervised release revocation for his federal probation in the middle district of North Carolina federal court system. His probation officer doesn’t appear to be pushing for revocation but his supervisor Edward Cameron [Greensboro, North Carolina, U.S. probation office] seems to be pushing for revocation on the technical arrest of Brian David Hill on September 21, 2018.
Brian had argued that he was carbon monoxide had caused him to walk around butt naked at night on the Martinsville hiking trail in Virginia. Brian had said that he was under the influence of carbon monoxide gas poisoning which can cause hallucinations, psychosis, mental confusion, and can lead to death. He even thanked the police for arresting him, because he was concerned that the carbon monoxide could have killed him.
Brian’s behavior on September 21, 2018 was unusual, surrounded by cumulative evidence of carbon monoxide poisoning. Will the evidence be enough to persuade the police to request that his criminal charge be dismissed?
Brian had already argued that he wasn’t being obscene, that state courts of appeals have ruled that somebody cannot be guilty of indecent exposure unless they had felt sexually aroused and was being obscene. He was a victim of carbon monoxide gas poisoning. It is clear that Brian D. Hill may be innocent of indecent exposure by law or by weight of evidence or both.