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Thursday, 21 November 2013

Petitioning Attorney General Eric Holder Attorney General Eric Holder: Investigate Federal Case of IRP6 – 200 Pages of Court Transcript Missing

Six Men Are Wrongly Incarcerated…. The Justice Department needs to order an investigation and demand the release of 200 pages of missing transcript from the trial proceedings in the case of the IRP6. These pages show gross violations that occurred in the court room and would exonerate six innocent men. http://www.freetheirp6.org
There were egregious acts that occurred during the federal criminal trial of the IRP6 (Gary Walker, David Banks, Clinton Stewart, David Zirpolo, Kendrick Barnes, and Demetrius Harper).
Among other things, there was a BLATANT Fifth Amendment violation. There are OVER 200 PAGES OF COURT TRANSCRIPT MISSING (omitted from the record) which proves that Judge Christine Arguello violated the rights of the IRP6 and that Court Reporter Darlene Martinez is in violation of the Court Reporters Act for not delivering the entire unedited version of the transcript(complete records should be maintained for 10 years). The IRP6 case is under appeal, but they have been incarcerated since summer 2012 waiting on the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals to rule on their case.
Attorney General Eric Holder, and others in the federal government, should investigate this matter based on suspicions of MISCONDUCT.
The case of IRP Solutions (IRP6) is currently under appeal (US District Court for the District of Colorado, Honorable Christine M. Arguello, D. Ct. No. 1:09-CR-00266-CMA; Case Nos: NO. 11-1487, Case Nos. 11-1488, 11-1489, 11-1490, 11-1491 an 11-1492). Appellate Court panel includes the Honorable Senior Judge Bobby R. Baldock, Honorable Judge Harris L. Hartz, and Honorable Judge Jerome A. Holmes
For more information about the story of the IRP6 or for copies of the legal filings go to http://www.freetheirp6.org.
Related press releases: http://www.a-justcause.com/#!press-release/c21pq
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