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Ruchell Magee

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Ruchell Magee

Ruchell Cinque Magee is the longest held political prisoner in the world, he has been in jail for more than 45 years, his captors hold him in violation of the law and the Constitution.

His is the classic case of fraud and corruption at the highest levels of government, and involves the intelligence community, executive, legislative and judicial branches of Government in a mind boggling conspiracy to hide the truth, and deny him due process and habeas corpus. This false democratic Government has committed fraud to cover up two not guilty verdicts by two different juries in two different trials.

Ruchell has been beaten by guards in the Court room in front of a jury, as Judge Herbert V. Walker sat, watched and did nothing. Judge Walker instructed the jury that they had to find Ruchell either guilty or insane; Ruchell called a 'moron' by Federal Judge Sam Conti. Judge Conti created false documents in furtherance of the conspiracy; denied Ruchell self-representation; prevented Ruchell from meeting with the media (international dope dealers are permitted media visits); denied due process and habeas corpus and sentenced to life in prison for crimes he did not commit and was found not guilty of, these are the facts.

The jurors in Ruchel's case, all 12, found him "not guilty" in the Marin Court incident, where he rebelled against slavery and was on his way to a TV/radio station to tell the world that the United States of America was practicing slavery when James McClain, William Christmas, Jonathan Jackson and Judge Harold Haley were murdered by prison guards on Governor Ronald Reagan's orders.

Juror Moses Shepard said in his declaration dated April 28, 1973, "That, under the law, rightfully applied, he Ruchell) should be a free man," and if he had been freed after the first acquittal, he would not have been in the Marin court room on August 7th 1970.

Ruchell is eligible for parole but is denied because of his political commitments, his resistance and his advocacy for other prisoners.

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