A jury found T-bone not guilty of all of major charges. For three years, I’ve been unable to post online about T-Bone’s case because it may have been used against him in court. The bottom line is the State of Arizona wanted to put T-Bone away for life. The justice system in Arizona is extremely racist and T-Bone is considered extremely dangerous because of his military training as a Marine. To put T-Bone away for life, the prosecutor and Phoenix police procured false witnesses against him, but the jury saw right through the lies. Before trial, the prosecutor had warned T-Bone that he needed to sign a plea bargain admitting guilt, and that if he did not and he lost at trial, the prosecutor would ask the judge for a 145 year maximum sentence. T-Bone’s own lawyer, a public defender appointed by the State of Arizona, urged T-Bone to admit guilt and sign a plea bargain for a shorter sentence. Unwilling to admit to crimes that he hadn’t committed and praying to God for a miracle, T-Bone managed to win at trial even with all of the odds stacked against him by the crooked state of Arizona. T-Bone has one minor charge remaining, which wasn’t filed by the police in the amount of time legally required, so it looks like that charge may be dismissed.
My book Prison Time includes how I met T-Bone