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To my Friends and Supporters

August 25, 2012

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I will come clean with you all. 99% of the allegations that are being made against me online, are completely false, Having said that, there are a couple that are true. This is not the proper time, for a long worded statement, so I will simply say this. Only time will show everyone, what is truly inside my heart, and what type of person I really am. I am not this evil monster, most are portraying me as. I am sorry for my actions, and I accept the consequences.

 

Stephen 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In my Defense

August 25, 2012

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I am writing in defense of what is being said about me online. Most of the stuff being said about me is 100% crap. The allegations against my character, are untrue and false.

 

What is disturbing, is this individual is willing to damage a person’s credibility, advocacy, and long-term relationships, that took years to build, without all of the facts in place. I will be making another statement later

How Racism Affects Mental Health

August 25, 2012

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Kwame McKenzie, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, explains how racism can lead to poor mental and physical health in children and what parents and communities can do to protect them. (Why does AFMW support #RacismStopsWithMe?

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Tougher sentences eyed for youths | The Japan Times Online

August 25, 2012

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The Justice Ministry is considering raising the maximum jail term for juvenile offenders from the current 15 years, a ministry official said Friday.

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James Prindle: What will Come

August 24, 2012

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 Whatever is to become of James Prindle on Monday August 27th at his sentencing hearing, this is just the beginning. A movement has begun, and a voice will be heard, loud and strong, that James deserves the benefit of the doubt, with no DNA evidence supporting him having committed act, or anything physical either showing he did it, the DA’s office and Judge Carter need to realize  that this case needs to be reopened and a full investigation needs to be done. All the evidence collected, that was never tested (if properly stored) needs to be, plus the alibi James has, needs to be allowed to tell what he knows.

 

The Memphis Police Department completely dropped the ball on James case, testing some things, not others. There are several glaring mistakes made, and if done properly, James would not be sitting in Jail, for a sex crime, he did not commit, and possibly facing anywhere from 15 to 60 years in prison, and it would have to be served day-for-day, no parole. 

 

We must all band together, and do the right thing, and give James a chance in life, and also help him to regain his freedom. 

 

Your assistance is urgently needed by signing this petition

 

http://www.change.org/petitions/james-prindle-help-set-aside-the-verdict-pending-an-investigation

 

Please forward this to everyone who cares about children. If you can help in other ways, please contact me at steve.sydebotham@facebook.com

 

Thank You  

 

Radio Show Tonight on James Prindle, and Blade Reed

August 24, 2012

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I will be doing a show tonight on Blog Talk Radio with Carol Leonard. We will be discussing two kids that I am advocating for that needs everyone’s help. They are Blade Reed and James Prindle. The show will start tonight at 630 pm Eastern, and 530 pm central. If you cannmot listen live, the show will be archived, for your future enjoyment.

 

Here is a link to the show

 

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/prison-reform-movement/2012/08/24/children-tried-as-adults-james-prindle-blade-reed

A Boy in a Man’s Jail – The Sag Harbor Express

August 24, 2012

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The Sag Harbor ExpressA Boy in a Man’s JailThe Sag Harbor ExpressAnd when you see the actor who plays him, as a frightened seventeen-year-old kid who just robbed a Fotomat with a toy gun, the callousness dissipates completely.

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