A list of charges, and outline to follow of charges against
the State Attorney and their office, and personnel.
It would be a “Misprision of Felony” for me to fail to
notify law enforcement of the Felonious activity of the State Department and
their agents in regards to: The State of Florida vs Theodore Lewis Whidden.
The reasons for this claim is found in the State’s Attorney
file in the August 2015 correspondence.
Obstruction of Justice
Unlawful restriction of freedoms
Unlawful requirement for reporting
Unlawful Arrest, Search and Seizure
Unlawful withholding of personal property
Criminal Mischief (Multiple Counts)
Violation of Court Order
Criminal Contempt of Court
Tampering with Evidence
Felony Grand Theft (Multiple Counts) (Accomplice)
Breaking and Entering (Accomplice)
Violation of Court Order (Multiple Counts)
Unlawful Entry, Search, and Seizure
Felony Trespass (Accomplice)
Conspiracy to Defraud (Accomplice)
Violation of a written order for trespassing (Accomplice)
Failure to properly investigate
Failure to properly control inventory in an alleged theft
Failure to properly manage crime scene
Failure to properly execute a Court Order
Tampering with Evidence (Accomplice)
Abuse of Process
Misprision of Felony (Accessory After the Fact)
Compounding a Crime
Collusion with a criminal (Aiding and Abetting)
Aiding and Abetting multiple frauds
Aiding and Abetting a Conspiracy to Defraud
Aiding and Abetting 24+ counts charged against Jennifer Slay
Obstruction of Justice in accountability on the Jennifer Slay illicit
drug scene investigation.
Obstruction of Justice in investigation of Jennifer Slay’s attempts to
manufacture and distribute illicit drugs.
Obstruction of Justice on Child Abuse/Child Endangerment case as it
regards Jennifer Slay and children.
Obstruction of Justice on behalf of Jennifer Slay vs Theodore Whidden,
and Theodore Whidden vs Jennifer Slay
Obstruction of Justice, Failure to Initiate and follow through with
Felony Fraud charges, case, and conviction on Jennifer Slay.
Collusion with Jennifer Slay.
Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress
Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress
Prosecutorial misconduct is an illegal act or failing to
act, on the part of a prosecutor, especially and attempt to sway the jury to
wrongly convict a defendant or to impose a harsher than appropriate
punishment…….Conduct which violates court rules or ethics standards of law
practice. Examples;Court room misconduct improper remarks, or improperly
introducing evidence designed to prejudice the jury, violating rules of jury
selection, or making improper closing remarks), hiding, destroying or tampering
with evidence, case files, or court records, failing to disclose information
which might exonerate the defendant; threatening, badgering or tampering with
witnesses; Presenting false or misleading evidence; Selective or Vindictive
prosecution; Denial of Speedy Trial rights; Use of Unreliable and untruthful
witnesses and snitches
Prosecutorial Misconduct any conduct, intentional or
inadvertent, during the course of prosecution that 1) Violates the applicable
code of professional ethics. 2) Breaks a pertinent law, or 3) Prejudices, or
appears to prejudice the administration of justice.
Common forms of Misconduct by prosecutors:
Withholding exculpatory evidence from defense, Deliberately
mishandling mistreating or destroying evidence; Allowing witnesses the know or
should know are not truthful to testify; Pressuring defense witnesses not to
testify; Relying on fraudulent forensic experts; making misleading arguments
that overstate the probative value of testimony
NOTE: If prosecution uses U.S. Mail to demonstrate
habitation, then check the date. Consider any mail sent or forwarded after
5/7/2015 (notice of trespassing) to be an attempt at Mail Fraud, enter as
exhibit for mail fraud, tampering with evidence, obstruction of justice,
prosecutorial misconduct for admitting deceiving evidence,
"At the heart of the First Amendment is the
recognition of the fundamental importance of the free flow of ideas and
opinions on matters of public interest and concern. The freedom to speak
one's mind is not only an aspect of individual liberty – and thus a good
unto itself – but also is essential to the common quest for truth and the
vitality of society as a whole."
Supreme Court Judge Scalia wrote concerning Pope v
"Just as there is no use arguing about taste, there
is no use litigating about it."
Copyright May 2016, All rights reserved by Ted Whidden