TEXAS INJUSTICE: BOBBY YATES – WRONGFUL CONVICTION IN THE MAKINGS
(Lamar County Texas, City of Paris), TX – 3/20/2010 -- Residing in the deeply troubled and [color-aroused] town of Paris, Texas lives a Black gentleman who has suffered a lower body amputation including a penectomy. Mr. Bobby Yates, age 51, lost his lower limbs and lower body as a result of a hunting accident 20 years ago.
On Wed. March 23, 2011, Bobby Yates is facing jury selection for the sexual assault of a 16 year old white girl. On March 18, 2008 Yates was attacked in his home and called 911. The 911 tape clearly plays his cries for assistance but, the police report says otherwise. Bobby Yates is yet another wrongful conviction in the makings.
A photo of Yates was taken for the grand jury indictment and he appears to be standing in that photograph. His height is not included with the grand jury information. Mr. Yates is not able to stand as he has no legs.
Bobby Yates is scheduled for jury selection on Wed. March 23, 2011. His court appointed attorney has filed a motion to withdraw as attorney of record. That motion has not been heard to date. Bobby would be pleased with the attorney's removal as he has not prepared for his case properly, refused to acquire expert witness testimony and has tried to coerce Yates into a plea deal. Masses are needed in the courthouse on Wednesday March 23, 2011 where jury selection is scheduled in the case of The State Of Texas v. Boby Yates.