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Moses Heads Back To Court On Conspiracy Lawsuit
Judge J. Weber McCraw refused to Recuse Himself From the Case
By: Black Lives Matter Memphis
September 4, 2014, both sitting Chancellors recused themselves. The case was later assigned to Part III of deceased Chancellor Oscar "Bo" Carr who was a long time employee of Glankler and Brown before his gubernatorial appointment. April 6, 2015, he was found dead in a parking lot of a country club, an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
September 8, 2014, Phyllis Gardner sought a false order of protection for Facebook posts against Moses. February 9, 2015, Moses represented herself and cross-examined Gardner who testified the gist of the need for this protection was because of alleged Facebook posts which frightened her. The post involved an alleged conspiracy of Glankler Brown's attorney Ryan Skertich and Ku Klux Klan pictures. Moses stated, "Skertich colluded to have me falsely arrested February 19, 2014. I chose to campaign against her and discovered Jeremy Albert was Gardner's campaign treasurer" Glankler & Brown also employed Albert. Judge Robert Weiss subsequently dismissed the order of protection at Gardner's request on October 15, 2015.
Moses initially removed the Chancery court case to federal court due to the magnitude of the suspected levels of corruption. December 2014, she was falsely indicted by charges dealing with Gardner brought by former Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agent Ryan Fletcher. The complaint and petition went unheard until it was remanded to the Chancery Court March 2, 2015. All the while Moses' remained incarcerated falsely.
According to Moses stated, "The law says that Judge McCraw has a direct conflict of interest because of his prior knowledge of the case and the handling of my criminal case, but he refuses to recuse himself. This case puts the integrity of everyone's intentions and actions in full perspective. Only 1 of 2 things will occur when this case is heard Friday. Either I will be vindicated, or I will know that there is no justice but there is just-a-system and it is unequivocally blind to the truth. I am praying that the truth will finally come out, and I can regain my life which will never be the same."
The Chancery court hearing is set for Friday May 13, 2016 9:00 am at 140 Adams 3rd Floor Supreme Court Room. Media is welcome to attend. Requests for Media Coverage and by representatives of the media for such coverage must be made in writing to the presiding judge not less than two (2) business days before the proceeding is scheduled to begin.
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