A NEW "NIFONG" IN OKLAHOMA?
Posted 1:00 AM Eastern
Oklahoma City, OK - The US~Observer, a national monthly news publication whose mission is to vindicate the wrongly accused and hold accountable those who have sworn to uphold the Constitution, has franchised a paper in Oklahoma called the US~Observer Oklahoma and it is already making a difference for the people of the Sooner State.
By exposing the truth the US~Observer Oklahoma's mission is to defend the freedoms of their local citizens and in their first edition they reveal the stories of the murder of 2-year-old Kelsey Smith-Briggs and the mishandling of the criminal cases surrounding it; the 37-year-long incarceration of Reno Francis for a murder he reportedly did not commit; and the forced plea of a children's pastor who now sits behind bars facing a 35-year sentence for crimes even a medical expert says could not have happened.
In the case of the Kelsey Smith-Briggs expos�, the US~Observer Oklahoma reports a "Nifong-style" prosecution occurring in Lincoln County, Oklahoma, that left unchecked would send another innocent to prison all for the sake of a political agenda. According to the US~Observer Oklahoma, District Attorney Richard Smothermon, who is aspiring to become the Oklahoma State Attorney General, has based his whole case on "a swirling story of innuendo, half-truths, omission and even outright lies."
In a letter written to the US~Observer Oklahoma which was obtained by NewsWithViews.com, the Vice President of Lincoln County's Foster and Adoptive Parent Association states that she will be forwarding the US~Observer Oklahoma's Kelsey Smith-Briggs news article to friends so that, "the truth can come out." Read the entire Kelsey Smith-Briggs article.
When asked about the new US~Observer Oklahoma, Editor and Writer for the US~Observer, Ron Lee stated, "the Oklahoma paper is headed by highly motivated people who want to bring truth to the public and from what I've seen, there's a lot of truth that needs to be revealed." Lee continued, "personally, I feel every state needs a US~Observer to combat the rise of false prosecutions. The justice system is becoming more concerned with making a buck than actually convicting the truly guilty ... The US~Observer, and now the US~Observer Oklahoma, is here to hold everyone accountable to the truth."
Edward Snook, Senior Editor and Investigator of the US~Observer, sees the need for accountability and has for the last twenty years, which has been spent researching cases of false and malicious charges. Snook states, "all citizens across this nation must realize that all who call themselves American and are law abiding, are in jeopardy.
You certainly don�t realize it until you or a loved one are in the cross-hairs of a 'justice system' that requires numbers or self-indulgence to legitimize itself and continue its growth. If the 'justice system' can�t produce numbers, well, then obviously there is no need for as large a 'justice system' as is pushed down our throats on a daily basis by the culprits, using their 'main-stream media.' The possible loss of defendants works against the grain of those in control of the 'system.' It places their jobs at risk! It harms their addiction to their 'climbing of the ladder.' For God�s sake don�t allow the various and multi-leveled 'systems' of so-called-justice in this Nation to literally steal our freedoms from us and place America at risk� Our 'system of justice' in this Nation, has, without question, attempted to completely wipe-out, not only our Constitutional rights, but our belief in and our dedication to success, the difference between right and wrong and belief that we are a FREE PEOPLE!"
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In the case of the Kelsey Smith-Briggs expos�, the US~Observer Oklahoma reports a "Nifong-style" prosecution occurring in Lincoln County, Oklahoma, that left unchecked would send another innocent to prison all for the sake of a political agenda.