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A Social Conundrum: Is Social Media the Proper Place to Prove Your Innocence?

Is Social Media the Proper Place to Prove Your Innocence?

For 3 years now I have been maliciously targeted by Anti-Police Activist for my Continual Support for the Law Enforcement Community and the Criminal Justice System as a whole.  I created a Pro-Police Page called “CopBlock-Exposed” which has as of this blog post 37k+ followers.

 

The attacks on my personal character stem from our banning of two Anti-Police Trolls who continually set out to spam our page by attempting to “Expose” me because of my Felony Conviction that is now pending review by the United States Supreme Court. In the Picture to the left of this post you will see that the original poster has publicly stated that he or she knows that I was unfairly represented and treated by the Trial Courts in my ongoing legal battle with the State of Oklahoma, but ask the question of why an innocent man would not present any evidence to prove his innocence to his friends and or enemies on social media.

 

The answer is simple and based on common sense. I am not obligated to prove my case to anyone other than the Court, in this case the United States Supreme Court. Furthermore, the “Court of Public Opinion” has no bearing on my daily activity and how I choose to live my life.  Anti-Police Trolls are just that “Trolls” and can kiss my Ass!