Monday, July 27, 2009

how to imprison innocent people. 101 by Marietta Parker

IF anyone wants to know how to imprison innocent people this is the instructional guide on how to do it. -By Marietta Parker Federal prosecutor.

First claim they are Crazy with request for a mental evaluation. As shown below.

Marietta Parker case no 07-20124-02-JPO Guy and carrie Neighbors Motion to revoke bond Mental evaluation ...

If that don't work file another motion and claim that the defendant is a danger to the community by using the following motion.

Motion Revoke guy neighbors bond attempt #8 by Lanny D welch and marietta parker

If that Doesn't work you will need to force the defendants attorney to quit putting undue restrictions on them .

Cheryl Motion to Withdraw from the Yellow house case
vs. Case No. 07-CR-20124-CM
Cheryl Pilate, counsel for Guy Neighbors in the above-captioned case as well as Case No.
08-20105, hereby moves this Honorable Court for an order allowing her to withdraw as counsel
for Mr. Neighbors. In support of this motion, counsel states as follows:
1. Cheryl Pilate was appointed as counsel for Mr. Neighbors in November 2007. Since
that time, she has done everything possible to effectively represent Mr. Neighbors in this case
and in Case No. 08-20105. Counsel has met and consulted numerous times with Defendant and
made discovery available for inspection at counsel’s law office. Counsel has conducted
investigation, reviewed discovery, prepared outlines for motions and worked closely with Mr.
Duma and the investigators appointed to work on behalf of Mr. Neighbors and Ms. Neighbors.
2. Despite counsel’s best efforts, issues continue to arise in the case which severely
impair counsel’s effectiveness.
3. In July 2008, the government filed a motion to revoke the pretrial release of both
defendants. The hearing involved the presentation of extensive testimony as well as exhibits, and
consumed several days of the magistrate judge’s time. At the end of the hearing, Defendant was
ordered to cease and desist from writing on the Internet about the case or making any derogatory
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comments regarding any witnesses, parties or attorneys involved in the action. See Doc. #118.
4. At the time of the hearing and after, counsel repeatedly advised her client to cease
making any kind of postings about the case on the Internet and to cease from making derogatory
comments about anyone connected with the case. The defendant was further advised to refrain
from taking unilateral action on the case without the advice and assistance of counsel.
5. Despite counsel’s best efforts, Internet postings have apparently continued. At this
point, counsel questions whether she can effectively represent the client.
6. The defendant has been examined and been found to be competent to assist counsel in
this matter. However, the defendant’s actions have impaired, not assisted, counsel’s work.
7. Just recently, counsel received another email from prosecutor Marietta Parker
regarding Internet postings by Mr. Neighbors.
8. In addition to the problems caused by the Internet issue, counsel’s work has been
needlessly burdened by special restrictions placed on the production of discovery. There are
literally thousands of pages of discovery and dozens of tapes, photographs and other evidence in
this case. Despite the extremely large volume of the materials to be reviewed, the prosecutors
have taken the position that a substantial portion of the written discovery cannot be provided to
defense counsel in the form of photocopies. At this point, counsel are restricted to examining the
11 looseleaf volumes of material in the prosecutor’s office. Counsel believes this restriction
unnecessarily burdens and impairs her work. Further, the restriction is completely unnecessary
because copies have been provided of hundreds of pages other reports with no problem, and there
is no possibility that the client will obtain copies of any discovery from counsel for possible use
on the Internet. Counsel has adhered to the requirement that all discovery shall be examined in
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her office, and in her presence or the presence of her staff. This rule prevents any material from
leaving counsel’s office for potential posting on the Internet.
9. Given the persistent difficulties in this case and the burdens imposed by the
prosecutors with regard to the 11 volumes of discovery, counsel questions whether she can be
effective in this case, which involves meeting the constitutional and ethical obligations imposed
upon her.
10. For all of the reasons stated above, counsel seeks a hearing in which her request to
withdraw may be addressed.
WHEREFORE, for all of the above-stated reasons, Cheryl Pilate requests that this Court
hold a hearing for the purpose of considering her motion to withdraw in the above-captioned
case. She further requests that she be permitted to withdraw from the representation of
Respectfully Submitted,
/s/ Cheryl A. Pilate
Cheryl A. Pilate, KS No. 14601
142 N. Cherry
Olathe, KS 66061
Telephone: 913-829-6336
Facsimile: 913-829-6446
Attorney for Guy Neighbors
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I, Cheryl A. Pilate, do certify that a true and accurate copy of the above and foregoing
motion was served electronically on the Clerk of the Court and the government pursuant to the
ECF system on this 27th day of April, 2009, and, further, that a copy of this Motion was mailed,
via first-class mail to the following non-CM/ECF participant: Guy Neighbors
/s/ Cheryl A. Pilate
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