New York (15 July, 2016)…
Bullied CW Fights Back!
A Memorandum of Law in support of Guy Gentile’s Motion to Dismiss an indictment was filed last night, 14 July, in a New Jersey District Court. Guy Gentile may have been bullied and coerced during his enforced tenure as a CW but he is fighting back with a vengeance determined to shine the spotlight of shame on the government endorsed program. Guy Gentile is showing his true metal as he fights back against what he describes as a blatant abuse of human rights, intimidation and bullying. With top New York lawyers on his case, Adam C. Ford and Chad D. Seigel, he is looking to have the indictment thrown out of court.
His Dismissal document states:
CHARGING CONDUCT WHICH ENDED EIGHT YEARS EARLIER, MUST BE DISMISSED, BASED ON A VIOLATION OF THE FIVE-YEAR STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS
The Offense Conduct Was Subject to a Five-Year Statute of Limitations at the Time It Allegedly Occurred
MR. GENTILE’S SIXTH AMENDMENT RIGHT TO A SPEEDY TRIAL WAS VIOLATED, REQUIRING DISMISSAL OF THE INDICTMENT WITH PREJUDICE
Mr. Gentile’s Right to a Speedy Trial Was Triggered by His Arrest, Restriction of Liberty, Public Accusation and Anxiety
THE INDICTMENT MUST BE DISMISSED IN ACCORD WITH DUE PROCESS, AS THE GOVERNMENT AGREED
NOT TO PROSECUTE GUY GENTILE IN EXCHANGE FOR HIS CONTINUED COOPERATION AND HE FULFILLED
HIS END OF THE BARGAIN
The Government’s Promise Not to Prosecute Mr. Gentile, in Exchange for the Cooperation he Continued to Provide, Constitutes a Binding Contract, Which Must Be Enforced Under the Due Process Clause
THE NUMEROUS STATEMENTS OF THE FBI AGENTS TOGETHER WITH THE TOTALITY OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES, MANDATE DISMISSAL OF THE INDICTMENT UNDER THE FUNDAMENTAL FAIRNESS DOCTRINE OF THE DUE PROCESS CLAUSE
Read the Motion to Dismiss at this link. It bears witness to the long overdue need for an investigation into the use of the men and women unhappily inveigled in the government endorsed CW program.