After becoming informed by reading my story on this web site regarding the injustice I have suffered at the hands of my public defenders, Julie Macek, June Lord, and Nathan Hoines, and the 8th District Court, I would like to make an appeal to any attorney who would consider assisting me pro bono with gaining my freedom. DNA testing was done at the time of my arrest and this, along with other hospital records, do not support the victim’s statement of a violent rape. In fact, my statement of the event was not considered at all. It appears that the color of my skin was the determining factor in why the judge set aside the coerced plea bargain and sentenced me according to his own prejudice.
I have been incarcerated at Montana State Prison since 1992, I was also denied parole in 2009 after proving my worthiness by over 8 years clear conduct and being treatment complete at the time. I am under a deportation order to go back to my home in Jamaica, and would like very much to move on in my life. I am in need of medical attention the DOC is denying me and I hope to be able to recover once I am out of prison and get the treatment I need on my own.
Thank you to anyone called by the Lord to assist me in gaining my freedom. You can find all of my contact information here. I would be happy to place advertisements for your law firm on this website as a token of my gratitude. We have been able to reach out to many people through this blog.
Clive W. Kinlock