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James Prindle: Please Help!

August 5, 2012

See on Scoop.itWhy?

 There are no such things as lost causes, because as long as someone believes in it, and is

willing to stand up for it band fight for it, then it is not lost! It takes on person to to step up, and speak out, to break that silence and believe in what they are, one voice that dares to be heard and dares to be that person who dares to stand up in the face of adversity; be the person who says ” I can” when others say “I can’t.” Be the one who ignites a spark in a world as they create an impact on the lives of those around them. Jenna Kandyce Lynch.


James has had a profound effect on my life. Being his advocate, mentor and good friend has taught me to be a better person, and I believe has shown him that some people truly do care, and will not leave, when things get tough. 


In a flawed trial, a jury convicted James as an adult on June 23rd, 2012.
When sentenced, possibly as early as August 24th, 2012, he faces a minimum of 15 years
and could receive as many as 45 years. Those who support James-and there are many-believe
that he will not survive in the adult prison environment labeled as a convicted child
rapist. Just as importantly, this conviction means that the person who actually assaulted
a helpless toddler will go unidentified and unpunished.


Here is how you can help 


Please sign this petition asking the prosecutors Jennifer Nichols, Teri Fratesi
and the judge of this case Bobby Carter to recognize the inadequacies of this
investigation and set aside the verdict pending a probative investigation into this event.

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