|Posted by billcolemaninnocentmanwrongfullyconvicted on November 14, 2014 at 6:00 AM||comments (0)|
Recently many outside of my family and friends have asked how i am. There seems to be 4 parts to this:
1. Physically/medical health i have been doing a lot better except about 3 weeks ago i was found by my sister passed out on the bathroom floor. I was taken to the emergency room and given a vast amount of morphine for the pain in my abdomen. I have to relate to a relapse to what was done to my body.
2. My mental health is my deepest concern including the m...Read Full Post »
|Posted by billcolemaninnocentmanwrongfullyconvicted on January 30, 2013 at 11:50 AM||comments (6)|
I have now completed every second of my wrongful conviction sentence. Yet I remain in prison. I have refused all early release options, including as long ago as just after my "wrongful conviction".
Judge Frank Iannatti (pre-trial judge) had signed my arrest warrant. After I had spent several months in prison he was told the allegations my now ex-wife made against me came just four days after I had filed for sole-custody of our children. He then felt there were "questions with her credib...Read Full Post »
|Posted by billcolemaninnocentmanwrongfullyconvicted on February 24, 2012 at 3:30 AM||comments (0)|
Issued by Bill himself on 23rd February 2012
The 24th February marks the anniversary of my wrongful conviction in 2005. It also marks the system’s belief that it is the beginning of the final year of my sentence.
As the evidence and future will prove I have been tortured, in many ways, by the system and the DOC. Truth, honesty, justice, ethics and morals mean nothing to them. Whilst I have conducted myself appropriately at all times and looked under every gra...Read Full Post »
|Posted by billcolemaninnocentmanwrongfullyconvicted on May 31, 2011 at 6:43 AM||comments (0)|
It would be impossible to write to everyone, so to my family , friends and supporters:
From the very large target placed on my back(stemming from myths from the top of the Connecticut department of corrections, down to rumours between staff), I stay in my cell 24 hours a day. The only exceptions are to take a shower, make a call or other brief necessities feel “out of site, out of mind” is lesser of the evils I face.
It is said that man is bor...Read Full Post »
|Posted by billcolemaninnocentmanwrongfullyconvicted on July 5, 2009 at 2:42 AM||comments (5)|
Claiming civil rights violations, British citizen and father Amir Sanjari hasn't eaten for two weeks. Sanjari, who sits in the Sacramento County jail, was picked up for a warrant out of Indiana. He was arrested at a bus station where he and his adult daughter were about to say "Good bye" after their first visit in years.
Both were hoping their reunion would be permanent, but neither had the financial means. Once a successful nuclear physicist, Sanjari hasn't been able to return to the U...Read Full Post »