Online discussion with Judge Mark Jeansonne » Louisiana v. Vincent Simmons
Or do you agree with Judge Jeansonne who chose to vote for “Keep Vincent Simmons in prison”? Judge Mark Jeansonne’s re-election campaign of 2008 received contributions in excess of the contribution limit from family Knoll. See the Louisiana Board of Ethics’ order here. 8220;Eddie” Knoll and Jeannette Theriot Knoll (the parents of Edward Knoll, Jr., Edmond Knoll, and Triston Knoll) prosecuted Vincent Simmons in 1977. Http:/ vincentsimmons.iippi.org/2014/10/14/poll-retrial-hearing-or-prison/. 8230;] day in...
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Let’s see, if we can get 1000 voices to speak up for Vincent Simmons’ cause here on Facebook. Of course, I also welcome people who are of the opinion that Vincent Simmons is guilty. BUT, if you say so, I want you to explain with proof why you think he raped or attempted to rape his alleged victims. I am here to challenge you. Can you challenge me? Ensuring equal justice under law versa the interlocking of different interests. This book tells it like it is. By Oregonian for Justice. September 7, 2011.