Sometimes a simple song is worth more than a thousand words.
SUMMARY OF THOMAS' STORY:
Pay attention to the following Date-Time sequence:
Nov 12 & 13, 2009: Thomas contacted Senator Barbara Boxer and Senator Dianne Feinstein
Nov 9, 2010: Thomas received NSA's letter
Dec 1, 2010: Mr. SAM threatened Thomas
Dec 30, 2010: Thomas'd been arrested by San Diego police
San Diego Policemen David Valdez #6562 and Eduardo Lopez #6654, followed Sgt. Jesus Cesena's order, violently arrested Thomas and then fabricated evidence:
ACLU had a comment about the unlawful action of the police.
Here is an excerpt from the cover story "Tuan's Paradoxes" of San Diego City Beat magazine
(published on Wed 27 April 2011).
San Diego Police forced Scripps Mercy Behavioral Health Center to keep Thomas in the "mental jail" for three days.
Psychiatrist Jashwant Chaudhri released Thomas after two days living with about 20 mentally ill patients.
"A lie can hide the truth, but it can't change the truth" - Sonya Parker
"The worst form of injustice is pretended justice" - Plato
In trial court, San Diego City sent a team of attorneys, lead by attorney Timothy C. Stutler and three fake witnesses to protect SDPD.
There was no trial JURY. On Thomas' side, there was only him. His assigned pro bono lawyer Robert H. Rexrode actually worked for US District Court.
Robert did not invite the important witness: Mr. Carl Yee. SDPD won the case. The Ninth Circuit Court and US Supreme Court denied Thomas' petition for appeal
and petition for a writ of certiorari.