I told you yesterday that I’d try to make up the missed episode of Radical Agenda tonight, but this is not going to be possible.
There is a motion to revoke my bond in Albemarle County, which would send me back to jail until my trial. The allegations are purposely vague, in a deliberate attempt to hinder my ability to respond. Since the Commonwealth cannot win on the facts, they are doing everything in their power to make my life a living hell. It is obvious that they do not want a trial anymore than I do, but they insist on destroying my life without one. I am not going to submit to this intimidation, so I must go over a great deal of information and try to figure out what I am accused of.
Yesterday’s promised good news I must still keep vague. I have provided the Charlottesville Police Department with video of a crime committed against me, the identity of the perpetrator, and a request that this person be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. They told me they would require a few days to review the evidence, but promised they would get back to me soon. Until a warrant is issued, or I become convinced they are deliberately delaying said issue, I am going to keep this information secret.
Today I received word that our motion to dismiss in the Sines civil suit was largely denied. There is a rather long decision I have to read so that I can understand exactly what this means. A brief skimming of the document claims that the plaintiffs have “plausibly alleged” that I conspired to engage in racially motivated violence. The good news about this is, I have an abundance of proof that I did nothing of the sort. The bad news is, this lawfare against me gets to continue until that evidence is laid out.
This coming Friday, I have a meeting with defense council in a lawsuit for malicious prosecution where I am the plaintiff. This too, I must keep my mouth shut about for now.
My trial is scheduled to last 5 days beginning on August 13th. By the end of that trial, the most difficult part of this ordeal will be over with. The conclusion of this malicious prosecution will similarly relieve the anxieties of the civil cases. Once that happens, I look forward to celebrating my freedom with all of you, and continuing to build this production into the powerhouse we all know it has the potential to be.
Thank you all so much for sticking with me through these trying times.