October 4, 2010

Dear Ms. O'Malley,

There is prosecutorial misconduct in the handling of this case. I cannot stress the importance of exposing wrongdoing when it is encountered. Let me quote what Robert F. Kennedy said, "Every time we turn our heads the other way when we see the law flouted, when we tolerate what we know to be wrong, when we close our eyes and ears to the corrupt because we are too busy or too frightned, when we fail to speak up and speak out, we strike a blow against freedom and decency and justice."

As we all know, justice doesn't take side. Justice is equitable. Justice is the fair and proper administration of laws. "Though the law itself be fair on its face and impartial in appearance, yet, if it is applied and administered by public authority within an evil eye and an unequal hand, so as practically to make unjust and illegal discriminations between persons in similar circumstances, material to their rights, the denial of equal justice is still within the prohibition of the constitution."

Ms. O'Malley, about four months ago, I wrote you a letter, and I also wrote to the prosecutor in this case, Ms. Leventis, about the evidence that clearly shows the Meharis murdered Abraham. The evidence is irrefutable. There is nothing to dispute about it. So why Ms. Leventis ignored this key evidence and let the Meharis get away with murder? Isn't it true that she ignored this key evidence because it didn't fit within her theory of the case? It's obvious that she doesn't care about justice; all she care about is winning her case. She must be ashamed of herself to let the Meharis get away with murder just because she wants to win her case. Doesn't she know that the prosecutor is the representative not of an ordinary party to a controversy, but of a sovereignty whose obligation to govern impartially is as compelling as its obligation to govern at all, and whose interest in a criminal prosecution is not that it shall win a case but that justice shall be done? Doesn't she know that it is as much the prosecutor's duty to refrain from improper mehtods calculated to produce a wrongful conviction as it is to use every legitimate means to bring about a just one? Doesn't she know that the prosecutor must be as solicitous to protect the defendant's right of life and liberty as must the judge presiding at the trial, and should not use the powers vested in him or her as an instrument of persecution? Doesn't she know that the protecting arm of the Fourteenth Amendment prohibits prosecutions based on prejudice and persecution?

Ms. O'Malley, justice is the truth, and the truth is on my side. From day one, I told the truth to the police, and I also told the same truth to my attorneys. The truth is, the Meharis murdered my brother Abraham to conceal their family's secret homosexual life style, and also to get his life insurance benefits. The truth is, they knew that I was doing a very serious investigation about my brother death, and they also knew that I found out their family's secret homosexual life style. The truth is, they tried to murder me for the same reason they murdered my brother Abraham, to conceal their family's secret homosexual life style, and also to get Abraham's life insurance benefits. On the top of that to conceal Abraham's murder too. (Read 'The truth' and 'Fact of this case' at www.observethetruth.com)

Ms. O'Malley, there is an overwhelming evidence that shows the Meharis' guilt in this case. Read people lie but evidence does not lie at www.observethetruth.com, and you will know the Meharis are guilty of this crime. I bet you the prosecutor, Ms. Leventis knew the Meharis are guilty of this crime, and she also knew that they murdered Abraham. Regardless, she let them get away with murder in order to win her case. So far, what she has been doing is injustice. And the injustice has to be stopped.

Ms. O'Malley, I am asking you to put an end to the injustice. The Meharis must be investigated and the truth has to come out. Let justice be served based on the truth. That's all I ask and that's all I care.

Sincerely,                                                            Asmerom T. Gebreselassie