Shannon Nyamodi Case A High Stakes Political Affair: Jailed North Carolina Youth Ties To Powerful African Family May Be An Intricate Source Of His Persecution

When I interviewed Rhonda Maclean several months ago she emphatically told me that Shannon Nyamodi was in fact the assailant who shot her in the face at point blank range in Youngsville, North Carolina back in 2012. She went on to convey that Nyamodi, a recent high school grad, was an heir to a royal family in Kenya Africa, the family was paying his legal expenses to avoid having the family name publicly tarnished, and that she had obtained this information from Assistant District Attorney Annette Sellers who was prosecuting the Nyamodi criminal case. I dispelled her claims and found her not credible because the accounts she described to me on the night she was shot was one of three conflicting versions she had given related to the case. According to police reports submitted by police officials who were primary to the scene that night and who had obtained statements from her, they all indicate that MacClean didn’t even know that she had been shot, and nonetheless she never fingered Shannon Nyamodi as the perpetrator.

The victim’s comments to TPC raised suspicion as to why she never told police that Shannon was the person who  shot her on the night of the actually crime, but was now so certain that the youth was the person responsible. MacClean’s story didn’t make sense and official records in the case file point to the youth having been falsely charged of this heinous crime. Forensic evidence, supporting investigative documents, and all of the elements typically associated with prosecuting a serious crime of this nature are all non existent. In fact, no document in the file establishes that Rhonda MacClean ever told cops that Shannon Nyamodi was her assailant. If such investigative findings do exist, they have never been made public to this day. The other interesting point of note was her apparent interest in Shannon’s alleged “royal ties.” Kenya doesn’t have a ruling monarch government and if it did, how would AD Sellers know about it.

The Nyamodi youth certainly isn’t a prince or an heir to royal blood in Africa, but information obtained by TPC has discovered that Shannon Nyamodi is a relative of prominent Kenyan citizens who have extremely close ties to the most powerful people in that nation. Perhaps this is what MacClean eluded to in her comments during the interview I conducted with her. None of this matters of course when considering the criminal charges that the youth face. All that matters is the facts in the case related to whether or not the youth committed this brutal crime. It seems that AD Sellers at least, has interest in making Nyamodi’s ties to powerful people in Africa a point of interest. If this isn’t true, then it’s unclear why the prosecutor ever even disclosed these details to the victim in the first place.

More troubling though, is how was the AD made aware of Shannon’s family standing in Africa? Some suspect that the youth’s aunt may have been the source who disseminated this information to prosecutors or the attorney representing Shannon. The aunt went behind the family’s back and hired  Maitry “Mike” Klinkosum to represent young Shannon, a move that the youth’s family says has been a complete nightmare. Shannon’s mother Elizabeth Crudup says that Klinkosum has done nothing for her son but allowed him to rot in jail. Crudup says that Klinkosum, along with her sister’s help, has threatened Shannon and her family to make certain that he remains Shannon’s attorney of record. The manner in which Klinkosum became Shannon’s attorney has been very fishy from the start. The aunt sneakily hired him against the family’s wishes, Klinkosum showed up at the jail and tricked the youth into signing documents naming him as his attorney, and Crudup says he took the money and ran, leaving her son in jail for nearly two years. Just recently, the youth filed an affidavit with the courts firing Klinkosum on May 21, 2014 as his legal counsel, but by May 29th Klinkosum had arranged a secret hearing with judge Ridgeway in Franklin County that resulted in the youth agreeing to a plea deal that would send him to prison for nearly 10 years.

Whether it was Shannon’s aunt or not, who ever disclosed the family’s social and political standing in their native country of Kenya committed a horrible blunder. The acquisition opened the door for career building hungry prosecutors to prey on the youth, and while no evidence exist of his absolute guilt, it seems that attempts have been made to manufacture a criminal case against him. For example, Crudup told TPC that when she initially spoke to DA Sam Curran, she was told by Curran that he knows her son is innocent, and “it’s the mother (Rhonda MacClean), she should be arrested.” Crudup says that Curran even told her that her son would be home by Thanksgiving of 2012. However, when AD Sellers became the active prosecutor, that all changed. Sellers told Crudup that Shannon wasn’t going anywhere, and would be prosecuted.

Why the prosecution took such a drastic course from believing in his innocence to wanting to prosecute him is unclear. What is very clear however, is that the prosecution’s case is decimated by it’s own record. Here are some of the disturbing facts in the Shannon Nyamodi case:

 

1. The victim Rhonda MacClean never told police that Shannon was the person who shot her. If she did, the cops failed to disclose this crucial information in any of their reports. (Fact)

2. Shannon was not only charged with first degree attempted murder, but he was also charged with larceny of the victim’s .22 caliber rifle. The rifle was seized from the home where the crime occurred while Shannon was already in custody. (Fact)

3. Police had no probable cause to arrest Shannon Nyamodi from the very start. The information utilized to justify charges and an arrest of the youth were obtained through hearsay statements over twenty four hours after he had already been taken into custody. (Fact)

4. Eyewitnesses at the scene on the night of the crime told police that a white male was seen fleeing from 109 Shearing Court where the crime took place moments after the shooting. Witness accounts are supported by police reports and other official documents which reveal that primary officers on the scene established that the suspected shooter was no longer at the scene upon police arrival. Shannon Nyamodi never left the scene and had aided the victim until EMS and police arrived. (Fact)

5. Police allege that Shannon Nyamodi conspired with the victim’s 15-year-old daughter to kill and rob her. This information was obtained through hearsay from a witness who said that Shannon and the teen girl had exchanged text on Facebook, while plotting to commit the crime. ( Fact)

6. Witness statements implicating Shannon in the crime were used to justify a search warrant for the Facebook accounts of Shannon Nyamodi and the victim’s teen daughter. The findings of the search warrant reveal that no text exchange between Shannon and the girl ever occurred. (Fact)

7. No forensic evidence such as blood, DNA, or fingerprints linking Shannon Nyamodi to the crime has never been made public. (Fact)

8. The nearly $65,000.00 dollars that was stolen from the victim in this case was strangely obtained by police, who have never disclosed where it was found or what tip led them to the money, and all while Shannon Nyamodi had already been in custody. (Fact)

 

Additionally, other peculiar elements related to Shannon’s case have transpired without clear justification. These other facts demonstrate that prosecutors don’t have a case against Shannon Nyamodi, and the blatant manner in which these events have occurred clearly establish that the authorities more than likely knew Shannon was innocent very early on in this case, and have used harsh tactics to force a plea deal from this young defendant:

 

1. Shannon Nyamodi was indicted a week after state investigators learned that a witness had lied about Shannon’s involvement in the crime. The affidavit detailing this discovery was reported to the courts nearly 90 days after the discovery was made. (Fact)

2. Shannon’s criminal case was taken off the court’s docket on February 20, 2013 and the prosecutor was given wide discretion in determining when the case would continue. Shannon has remained locked up behind bars ever since with no pending court date in the system. (Fact)

3. Shannon was repeatedly held in segregation (solitary confinement) for over a year while detained at the Franklin County Detention Center, not allowed to call his family, and not allowed any visits or contact from the outside world. (Fact)

4. Shannon has repeatedly been pressured by prosecutors and his own attorney to accept a plea agreement for the criminal charges that he faces. (Fact)

5. A “Writ of Habeas Corpus” (challenging the lawfulness of his detention) has been filed on behalf of Shannon Nyamodi and was rejected in both District and the State Courts of Appeals. His detention is in direct violation of the 6th and 14th amendments of the U.S. Constitution. (Fact)

 

Given these very disturbing facts related to the Shannon Nyamodi criminal case, it’s confusing even more as to why the prosecution would attempt to pursue these charges against this youth when their case is so weak (none existent actually), and Shannon’s sudden strange shift of advocating his innocence to accepting a plea deal, when he knew very well that the case against him was extremely questionable. The prosecutor was fully aware of the particulars in the case and knows exactly what culpable evidence (if any) exist against young Shannon. While  a plethora of unanswered lingering questions exist leading up to this youth’s eventual conviction that scrutinizes the authorities handling of this case, the full burden of what happened to young Shannon Nyamodi  isn’t entirely nesting on the doorsteps of prosecutors and judges involved in this criminal case.

When the “royal family” ties to Shannon Nyamodi initially surfaced, TPC confronted his mother pertaining to these allegations. Since that time I have been personally privileged with extremely personal details related to the Nyamodi family of Africa, but didn’t have authorization to disclose them until now. The Nyamodi’s were one of the most prominent families in Kenya after the country had obtained it’s independence from British rule. Shannon Nyamodi’s maternal grandmother was a very wealthy and powerful attorney in Kenya, a rare instance in a male dominated culture. His mother (Elixabeth Crudup), his aunt (Brenda Nyamodi, and uncle (Paul Nyamodi) were all educated at Oxford University in Europe. Brenda Nyamodi is a Grant Policy Manager for the federal government in Wake County North Carolina, while Paul Nyamodi (an attorney himself) is the Public Safety Secretary in Kenya, where he also serves as an adviser to Kenya’s President Huru Kenyatta.

According to Elizabeth, a strained relationship formulated among her siblings. Partly because she had escaped clitoridoctomy (a tribal practice of female genitalia mutilation) by moving to America in her youth. In that country such practice is revered as a right of passage for girls to adulthood. To compound matters for Elizabeth, Shannon Nyamodi was born out of wedlock, and garnered her harsh criticism from her tribal community in her homeland. Kenya’s societal and cultural standard dictated that young Shannon should be shunned, but his grandmother embraced her first grandchild, and took the young American born male child with her everywhere she went.  Upon her passing in 2000, the grandmother is suspected of having left an incredibly large inheritance for Shannon. Resources which the youth should have obtained shortly after his 18th birthday.

However, Elizabeth agrees that the alleged $50,000.00 dollars that her sister and brother secretly paid attorney Klinkosum, may have been in fact, a bounty to insure that young Shannon went to prison. In line with Kenyan tradition the oldest male child (Paul Nyamodi) was named as his mother’s estate executor, and one of the more pressing concerns has always been why Shannon’s relatives appeared to be working against his plight related to his legal representation. Sources close to TPC have disclosed that Klinkosum has allegedly been spreading negativity and other innuendo about Elizabeth, and questioning her mental health status. This is believed to have been a product of her siblings solicitation to Klinkosum in wake of what ever agreement was made when he was retained by them to represent young Shannon. Elizabeth says that Klinkosum has always conducted himself in a hostile fashion toward her, and has had her thrown out of his law office on multiple occasions when she showed up to inquire about her son’s case.

Despite what has been said about Elizabeth, her account related to this sidebar of the Shannon Nyamodi story has tremendous credibility. Her strongest defense related to her belief that her siblings were complicit in Shannon’s demise is contained in the record of the criminal case against her son. It’s quite apparent that her siblings never bothered to read the case file at all, because had they done so, it would have been completely clear to them that their nephew was deserving of better representation than what Klinkosum afforded Shannon. Elizabeth says that she now knows why her brother flew from Kenya on two separate occasions. His interest was only to make certain that young Shannon was out of the way to enable his ability to seize a large inheritance that his nephew was heir to. Elizabeth’s perspective is further supported by the fact that Shannon’s wealthy relatives never secured his bail. Shannon’s bond was $500,000.00 dollars and the allege $50,000.00 dollar retainer that was paid to Klinkosum could have posted his bond.

Also, fifty grand is a pricey fee for an attempted murder case, and coupled with the reality that Klinkosum allowed Shannon’s case to be taken off of the docket indefinitely while he languished in prison, presents a very compelling argument that Klinkosum was motivated to keep young Shannon locked up, and had it bank rolled by Shannon’s own relatives. When an attorney receives this amount of money to represent a defendant in any criminal case, there is an expectation that a fight would ensue on the clients behalf even if the defendant was guilty as sin. Elizabeth says that from the very start Klinkosum repeatedly pressured Shannon to take a plea deal. Considering the very disturbing facts previously outlined in this article, red flags go up all over the place when realizing the deplorable legal representation Shannon received. To add insult to injury, the prosecutor dropped most of the felony charges against Shannon to broker a deal in a case that never existed from the start.

In many respects, Shannon’s relatives are largely responsible for his unsuccessful fight to regain his freedom. Young Shannon Nyamodi is simply a pawn in a very high stakes political nightmare that has changed his life and that of his family forever. His horrible tragic story can best be characterized in a quote from his mom. “Truth is like a lion. There is no need to defend it.”

 

 

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When I interviewed Rhonda Maclean several months ago she emphatically told me that Shannon Nyamodi was in fact the assailant who shot her in the face at point blank range in Youngsville, North Carolina back in 2012. She went on to convey that Nyamodi, a recent high school grad, was an heir to a royal family in Kenya Africa, the family was paying his legal expenses to avoid having the family name publicly tarnished, and that she had obtained this information from Assistant District Attorney Annette Sellers who was prosecuting the Nyamodi criminal case. I dispelled her claims and found her not credible because the accounts she described to me on the night she was shot was one of three conflicting versions she had given related to the case. According to police reports submitted by police officials who were primary to the scene that night and who had obtained statements from her, they all indicate that MacClean didn’t even know that she had been shot, and nonetheless she never fingered Shannon Nyamodi as the perpetrator.

The victim’s comments to TPC raised suspicion as to why she never told police that Shannon was the person who  shot her on the night of the actually crime, but was now so certain that the youth was the person responsible. MacClean’s story didn’t make sense and official records in the case file point to the youth having been falsely charged of this heinous crime. Forensic evidence, supporting investigative documents, and all of the elements typically associated with prosecuting a serious crime of this nature are all non existent. In fact, no document in the file establishes that Rhonda MacClean ever told cops that Shannon Nyamodi was her assailant. If such investigative findings do exist, they have never been made public to this day. The other interesting point of note was her apparent interest in Shannon’s alleged “royal ties.” Kenya doesn’t have a ruling monarch government and if it did, how would AD Sellers know about it.

The Nyamodi youth certainly isn’t a prince or an heir to royal blood in Africa, but information obtained by TPC has discovered that Shannon Nyamodi is a relative of prominent Kenyan citizens who have extremely close ties to the most powerful people in that nation. Perhaps this is what MacClean eluded to in her comments during the interview I conducted with her. None of this matters of course when considering the criminal charges that the youth face. All that matters is the facts in the case related to whether or not the youth committed this brutal crime. It seems that AD Sellers at least, has interest in making Nyamodi’s ties to powerful people in Africa a point of interest. If this isn’t true, then it’s unclear why the prosecutor ever even disclosed these details to the victim in the first place.

More troubling though, is how was the AD made aware of Shannon’s family standing in Africa? Some suspect that the youth’s aunt may have been the source who disseminated this information to prosecutors or the attorney representing Shannon. The aunt went behind the family’s back and hired  Maitry “Mike” Klinkosum to represent young Shannon, a move that the youth’s family says has been a complete nightmare. Shannon’s mother Elizabeth Crudup says that Klinkosum has done nothing for her son but allowed him to rot in jail. Crudup says that Klinkosum, along with her sister’s help, has threatened Shannon and her family to make certain that he remains Shannon’s attorney of record. The manner in which Klinkosum became Shannon’s attorney has been very fishy from the start. The aunt sneakily hired him against the family’s wishes, Klinkosum showed up at the jail and tricked the youth into signing documents naming him as his attorney, and Crudup says he took the money and ran, leaving her son in jail for nearly two years. Just recently, the youth filed an affidavit with the courts firing Klinkosum on May 21, 2014 as his legal counsel, but by May 29th Klinkosum had arranged a secret hearing with judge Ridgeway in Franklin County that resulted in the youth agreeing to a plea deal that would send him to prison for nearly 10 years.

Whether it was Shannon’s aunt or not, who ever disclosed the family’s social and political standing in their native country of Kenya committed a horrible blunder. The acquisition opened the door for career building hungry prosecutors to prey on the youth, and while no evidence exist of his absolute guilt, it seems that attempts have been made to manufacture a criminal case against him. For example, Crudup told TPC that when she initially spoke to DA Sam Curran, she was told by Curran that he knows her son is innocent, and “it’s the mother (Rhonda MacClean), she should be arrested.” Crudup says that Curran even told her that her son would be home by Thanksgiving of 2012. However, when AD Sellers became the active prosecutor, that all changed. Sellers told Crudup that Shannon wasn’t going anywhere, and would be prosecuted.

Why the prosecution took such a drastic course from believing in his innocence to wanting to prosecute him is unclear. What is very clear however, is that the prosecution’s case is decimated by it’s own record. Here are some of the disturbing facts in the Shannon Nyamodi case:

 

1. The victim Rhonda MacClean never told police that Shannon was the person who shot her. If she did, the cops failed to disclose this crucial information in any of their reports. (Fact)

2. Shannon was not only charged with first degree attempted murder, but he was also charged with larceny of the victim’s .22 caliber rifle. The rifle was seized from the home where the crime occurred while Shannon was already in custody. (Fact)

3. Police had no probable cause to arrest Shannon Nyamodi from the very start. The information utilized to justify charges and an arrest of the youth were obtained through hearsay statements over twenty four hours after he had already been taken into custody. (Fact)

4. Eyewitnesses at the scene on the night of the crime told police that a white male was seen fleeing from 109 Shearing Court where the crime took place moments after the shooting. Witness accounts are supported by police reports and other official documents which reveal that primary officers on the scene established that the suspected shooter was no longer at the scene upon police arrival. Shannon Nyamodi never left the scene and had aided the victim until EMS and police arrived. (Fact)

5. Police allege that Shannon Nyamodi conspired with the victim’s 15-year-old daughter to kill and rob her. This information was obtained through hearsay from a witness who said that Shannon and the teen girl had exchanged text on Facebook, while plotting to commit the crime. ( Fact)

6. Witness statements implicating Shannon in the crime were used to justify a search warrant for the Facebook accounts of Shannon Nyamodi and the victim’s teen daughter. The findings of the search warrant reveal that no text exchange between Shannon and the girl ever occurred. (Fact)

7. No forensic evidence such as blood, DNA, or fingerprints linking Shannon Nyamodi to the crime has never been made public. (Fact)

8. The nearly $65,000.00 dollars that was stolen from the victim in this case was strangely obtained by police, who have never disclosed where it was found or what tip led them to the money, and all while Shannon Nyamodi had already been in custody. (Fact)

 

Additionally, other peculiar elements related to Shannon’s case have transpired without clear justification. These other facts demonstrate that prosecutors don’t have a case against Shannon Nyamodi, and the blatant manner in which these events have occurred clearly establish that the authorities more than likely knew Shannon was innocent very early on in this case, and have used harsh tactics to force a plea deal from this young defendant:

 

1. Shannon Nyamodi was indicted a week after state investigators learned that a witness had lied about Shannon’s involvement in the crime. The affidavit detailing this discovery was reported to the courts nearly 90 days after the discovery was made. (Fact)

2. Shannon’s criminal case was taken off the court’s docket on February 20, 2013 and the prosecutor was given wide discretion in determining when the case would continue. Shannon has remained locked up behind bars ever since with no pending court date in the system. (Fact)

3. Shannon was repeatedly held in segregation (solitary confinement) for over a year while detained at the Franklin County Detention Center, not allowed to call his family, and not allowed any visits or contact from the outside world. (Fact)

4. Shannon has repeatedly been pressured by prosecutors and his own attorney to accept a plea agreement for the criminal charges that he faces. (Fact)

5. A “Writ of Habeas Corpus” (challenging the lawfulness of his detention) has been filed on behalf of Shannon Nyamodi and was rejected in both District and the State Courts of Appeals. His detention is in direct violation of the 6th and 14th amendments of the U.S. Constitution. (Fact)

 

Given these very disturbing facts related to the Shannon Nyamodi criminal case, it’s confusing even more as to why the prosecution would attempt to pursue these charges against this youth when their case is so weak (none existent actually), and Shannon’s sudden strange shift of advocating his innocence to accepting a plea deal, when he knew very well that the case against him was extremely questionable. The prosecutor was fully aware of the particulars in the case and knows exactly what culpable evidence (if any) exist against young Shannon. While  a plethora of unanswered lingering questions exist leading up to this youth’s eventual conviction that scrutinizes the authorities handling of this case, the full burden of what happened to young Shannon Nyamodi  isn’t entirely nesting on the doorsteps of prosecutors and judges involved in this criminal case.

When the “royal family” ties to Shannon Nyamodi initially surfaced, TPC confronted his mother pertaining to these allegations. Since that time I have been personally privileged with extremely personal details related to the Nyamodi family of Africa, but didn’t have authorization to disclose them until now. The Nyamodi’s were one of the most prominent families in Kenya after the country had obtained it’s independence from British rule. Shannon Nyamodi’s maternal grandmother was a very wealthy and powerful attorney in Kenya, a rare instance in a male dominated culture. His mother (Elixabeth Crudup), his aunt (Brenda Nyamodi, and uncle (Paul Nyamodi) were all educated at Oxford University in Europe. Brenda Nyamodi is a Grant Policy Manager for the federal government in Wake County North Carolina, while Paul Nyamodi (an attorney himself) is the Public Safety Secretary in Kenya, where he also serves as an adviser to Kenya’s President Huru Kenyatta.

According to Elizabeth, a strained relationship formulated among her siblings. Partly because she had escaped clitoridoctomy (a tribal practice of female genitalia mutilation) by moving to America in her youth. In that country such practice is revered as a right of passage for girls to adulthood. To compound matters for Elizabeth, Shannon Nyamodi was born out of wedlock, and garnered her harsh criticism from her tribal community in her homeland. Kenya’s societal and cultural standard dictated that young Shannon should be shunned, but his grandmother embraced her first grandchild, and took the young American born male child with her everywhere she went.  Upon her passing in 2000, the grandmother is suspected of having left an incredibly large inheritance for Shannon. Resources which the youth should have obtained shortly after his 18th birthday.

However, Elizabeth agrees that the alleged $50,000.00 dollars that her sister and brother secretly paid attorney Klinkosum, may have been in fact, a bounty to insure that young Shannon went to prison. In line with Kenyan tradition the oldest male child (Paul Nyamodi) was named as his mother’s estate executor, and one of the more pressing concerns has always been why Shannon’s relatives appeared to be working against his plight related to his legal representation. Sources close to TPC have disclosed that Klinkosum has allegedly been spreading negativity and other innuendo about Elizabeth, and questioning her mental health status. This is believed to have been a product of her siblings solicitation to Klinkosum in wake of what ever agreement was made when he was retained by them to represent young Shannon. Elizabeth says that Klinkosum has always conducted himself in a hostile fashion toward her, and has had her thrown out of his law office on multiple occasions when she showed up to inquire about her son’s case.

Despite what has been said about Elizabeth, her account related to this sidebar of the Shannon Nyamodi story has tremendous credibility. Her strongest defense related to her belief that her siblings were complicit in Shannon’s demise is contained in the record of the criminal case against her son. It’s quite apparent that her siblings never bothered to read the case file at all, because had they done so, it would have been completely clear to them that their nephew was deserving of better representation than what Klinkosum afforded Shannon. Elizabeth says that she now knows why her brother flew from Kenya on two separate occasions. His interest was only to make certain that young Shannon was out of the way to enable his ability to seize a large inheritance that his nephew was heir to. Elizabeth’s perspective is further supported by the fact that Shannon’s wealthy relatives never secured his bail. Shannon’s bond was $500,000.00 dollars and the allege $50,000.00 dollar retainer that was paid to Klinkosum could have posted his bond.

Also, fifty grand is a pricey fee for an attempted murder case, and coupled with the reality that Klinkosum allowed Shannon’s case to be taken off of the docket indefinitely while he languished in prison, presents a very compelling argument that Klinkosum was motivated to keep young Shannon locked up, and had it bank rolled by Shannon’s own relatives. When an attorney receives this amount of money to represent a defendant in any criminal case, there is an expectation that a fight would ensue on the clients behalf even if the defendant was guilty as sin. Elizabeth says that from the very start Klinkosum repeatedly pressured Shannon to take a plea deal. Considering the very disturbing facts previously outlined in this article, red flags go up all over the place when realizing the deplorable legal representation Shannon received. To add insult to injury, the prosecutor dropped most of the felony charges against Shannon to broker a deal in a case that never existed from the start.

In many respects, Shannon’s relatives are largely responsible for his unsuccessful fight to regain his freedom. Young Shannon Nyamodi is simply a pawn in a very high stakes political nightmare that has changed his life and that of his family forever. His horrible tragic story can best be characterized in a quote from his mom. “Truth is like a lion. There is no need to defend it.”

 

 

Thee People’s Champion

I’m David Adams

 

 

 

 

 

 

David Adams

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  1. Jay says:

    So can you provide any further updates on this case? I read about it on YourBlackworld.net but they didn’t give the ‘back story’ on how it seems that members of his own family are working against him & for money? I have no doubt that he being held unjustly but that puts a more complex spin on this.

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