November 2013 - To see the current status of Larry's Habeas Corpus, Go to Habeas Corpus - Main Page
June 19, 2012:
A Demand for Habeas Corpus was sent to the Pinellas County Sheriff, who had held Larry Myers in jail pending trial. Subsequently, letters and the Habeas Corpus were sent to the Sheriff; Judge Merryday, US District Court; 11th Circuit Court of Appeals; and, the Florida Supreme Court. The original service to the Sheriff was prior to the trial. The others were served after the trial. Only the Florida Supreme Court has even recognized the service of the Sacred Writ of Habeas Corpus, though they have, after many months, denied Habeas Corpus.
See Habeas Corpus 2012
Larry Myers was Indicted in March 1996, along with ten others in what is referred to as the Florida Common Law Court Trial. Larry, however, avoided arrest and was not tried at the time. He chose, instead, to go to Arkansas where he remained until arrested in August 2011. He was then returned to Florida where he is currently (February 2012) being held pending trial under the same Indictment.
The Eighteen Count Indictment (PDF) lists Larry Myers in five counts (1, 2, 4, 12, & 13) of the Indictment. (Markings, notes, comments, etc., on the document were there when I received the copy that was scanned to PDF.)
In an offer of a Plea Agreement (partial Agreement in PDF format), Larry was given the opportunity to plead guilty to two of those Counts (1 & 4). He refused the Plea Agreement. The Plea Agreement requires that he give up his Second Amendment rights. The available copy is not complete, so, whether its has provisions that would make Larry an Informant is not known (See Informants Amongst Us?). (Markings, notes, comments, etc., on the document were there when I received the copy that was scanned to PDF.)
One of the documents provided to Larry Myers, while in custody (discovery) was a "Record of Activity". It is a transcription of a recording of a meeting held by the Florida Common Law Court that was recorded by Robert C. Quigley, Special Investigator, a.k.a. Robert Chapman (See "Let me tell you about a man named Quigley"). Note that the transcript provided apparently omits certain portions, since their are gaps in the numbering used to identify portions (08nnn). However, you will see the subtle efforts of "BC" (Bob Chapman - Quigley) to elicit more information. You might also note that Larry Myers is not among the attendees, which makes one wonder of the government realizes that Larry Moore and Larry Myers are two different people. (Markings, notes, comments, etc., on the document were there when I received the copy that was scanned to PDF.)
In this ongoing story, I have continued to research the true meaning and application of Habeas Corpus. The results of that research are available at Habeas Corpus - The Guardian of Liberty
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