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Re: “THE GOOD FIGHT ‌ A Slap in the Face

Correction: That's Charleston 5

Posted by paulmazzell on July 9, 2007 at 9:23 AM

Re: “THE GOOD FIGHT ‌ A Slap in the Face

Does Govenor Mark Sanford know the Condon at all? This was sent to A.G. McMaster and his reply was hire an Attorney. Why will no one denied this? Some one should make me prove it. instead they ignore it. Why? Dear Mr. McMaster May 17, 2007 I have been trying to get an appointment with you for sometime now and was told by Joy that it may be possible after you finished with your last court case. I have e-mailed and telephoned your office to no avail since that trial has been completed. I know that you had no part in the injustice that was dealt to me more than a quarter of a century ago in Charleston, S.C. However, I know that you are in a position as Attorney General of South Carolina to correct this wrongful conviction and clear my name. If I alone, were professing my innocents and saying these things, I could understand you ignoring what I have to say, after all I am an ex-con. But, I am not alone Sir, I have nearly a dozen police officers and former SLED agents that will tell you ” Paul Mazzell did not kill Ricky Seagraves”. This includes the family of the victim, one of which is a former law enforcement officer himself, Tony Seagraves. People like SLED agent L.G. Faircloth, a man that can boast he never lost a case, civil or criminal in a court of law and this was after serving more than twenty years in Law Enforcement. These are your own people Sir. There are at lease two police chiefs, and a assistant chief . Even Chief Stewart knows and offered to bring agent from other areas of the state to investigate my case and this was not allowed by Charles Condon the then, Attorney General of South Carolina, But then how could he? Sir I am serving a lifetime parole and I know the consequences of making the following statement if it were proven to be a lie. I am telling you Charles Condon, former Solicitor of Charleston, South Carolina conspired to take my life in the electric chair. That he knew the truth long before my trial began, and then to have him block my every attempt to clear myself in years of appeals. Mr. McMaster, I am pleading to you to do what is right and grant me a simple investigation. You are the person in power and you can make it right. Respectfully, Paul Mazzell cc

Posted by paulmazzell on July 6, 2007 at 10:20 AM
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