USWGO alternative news former reporter Brian D. Hill's court appointed attorney John I. Jones finally responds to Brian's allegations in fear that his attorney may have been threatened or pressured or blackmailed into not filing before the 40-day deadline. He denies such claims and it is his right to do so, we have the Fifth Amendment in this great country, so we will leave it at that. Also filed a motion to withdraw as counsel, saying that Brian's appeals have lack of being meritorious, and filed the petitions for appeal with just one assignment of error in the Court of Appeals in Virginia. All personal and sensitive information is being redacted as our blog's purpose is not to dox anybody's private information. We don't act like the Communist disinformation websites do, we at least have decorum when we expose judicial corruption with evidence.
USWGO alternative news reporter Brian D. Hill's third petition in the U.S. Supreme Court has been docketed and filed. This is regarding the Supreme Court of Virginia throwing out Brian's appeal of his writ of habeas corpus petition being quickly denied because Brian was not in state custody at the time he filed his petition. Brian asserted that he has a constitutional right to prove factual innocence to his state charge and wrongful conviction. He said that decision by Virginia's highest court conflicts with the SCOTUS decisions that "actual innocence" can overcome any procedural bar or defect. It conflicts with well-settled issues of law and puts America backwards sense the Innocence Project had won a lot of cases of those actually innocent of crimes they were convicted on and were exonerated by DNA evidence.
The former news reporter of USWGO alternative news Brian D. Hill filed a letter with the Court of Appeals of Virginia with evidence showing the Court that lawyers in his federal criminal case over child porn set up were being given threatening messages with such an intent to try to have Brian stop his appeal in his federal case. Again cited the attorney L. Lin Wood tweets of judges and politicians being blackmailed with child rape and murder, and said it is relevant to his claims.
Brian D. Hill, formerly of USWGO alternative news had filed his first direct appeal brief for his state criminal case in the Court of Appeals of Virginia. He had cited evidence filed in his case in Circuit Court proving that he was not medically and psychologically cleared on September 21, 2018. This disproves the element of the Martinsville Police criminal charge against him made on September 21, 2018. This can help prove his actual innocence. Also his appeal demonstrates that he never actually plead guilty at all. The Judge struck the words plead guilty as the Judge even knew at the time that Brian never said he was guilty and never thought that Brian was guilty but his lawyer was so ineffective that he had to technically convict Brian even though Brian never plead guilty.
Brian D. Hill, formerly of USWGO alternative news had filed a letter with the Court of Appeals in Virginia asking for transcripts from Martinsville Circuit Court. In that letter he decided to paste some censored Tweet screenshots from L. Lin Wood in January, about judges and politicians being blackmailed with child rape and murder. Is he essentially accusing the Judge in Martinsville, Giles Carter Greer and any or all Virginia Judges of being possibly a blackmailed Judge? He is putting out the information about this and this will likely stir up anybody who was ever blackmailed by the U.S. intelligence agencies as attorney Lin Wood had spoken of. Whether he is or isn't, Brian is wasting no time filing the information on the state court record system with the Lin Wood tweets.
Brian D. Hill, formerly of USWGO alternative news has finally filed evidence with the Court of Appeals of Virginia in a typed letter accusing the Virginia state judges of being possibly blackmailed, with up to nine exhibits concerning attorney L. Lin Wood's tweets regarding the judges and politicians being blackmailed with child rape and murder, compromised Courts.