Law school has become one of my primal interests, lately. I have suffered quite a bit in the United States
& have been discriminated & denied the most basic constitutional rights. I feel that as a lawyer, I will be
in a better position, to defend/acquit myself of all the charges brought up against me in Illinois & Florida.
[In Springfield, Illinois, I was accused but not convicted in a court of law. I was terminated from my job &
told by the people of Springfield, that included politicians; business elites, to go to Memorial Hospital and
apologize to the lady Doctor. My judgment, was left on the vote of the people, to decide whether I could go &
see her or not. Ever since 1989, I have been trying to meet this lady Doctor. But this seems to be a herculean
task or mission impossible.] I have a true story to tell the American people, of what happened in my life, in
Springfield, Illinois. I was wrongfully accused, punished, humiliated, discriminated & denied the most basic
I think as a policeman / lawyer, I will be in a better position to explain to the people or better still acquit
myself of all the accusations, due to which I have suffered immensely. I do not mind, enrolling at a University
and getting a Law degree (Juris Doctor); just for the heck of it ! I am still capable of doing that ! I will just
have to go school full-time & be in the proper environment and study mode. I definitely cannot work 7 days a week
& expect to complete Law School.
- St. Thomas University School of Law
- University of Miami School of Law