The following document was added to the Document Archive in the below quoted section: Clive Kinlock’s Deportation Order
From the archives:
It came down to the victim’s word against Clive’s which the county attorney’s office prejudicially accepted to make a strong case against Mr. Kinlock. Clive’s Public Defender Julie Macek also knew the County Attorney’s office had no evidence of sexual intercourse in the commission of this crime yet included it in the plea bargain in order to get the inflated sentence, then strongly insisted that he take the plea. Such actions refutes any idea that his Public Defender had any intent to honestly represent him, but instead helped to promote this miscarriage of justice against Mr. Kinlock. Clive complied originally through racial intimidation, being told by his public defender that he could never win as a black man in Montana. He reconsidered, however, and tore up the signature page of the plea bargain. Julie Macek then taped up this torn document and filed it without his knowledge.
Clive learned of this on the way to sentencing. When Clive objected he was told to comply or she would withdraw as his court appointed attorney. She said that she would recommend deportation and a 5 year sentence to the judge.
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