I have never had a suicidal thought in my life… I remember being in my room having a very somber moment when your call came thru. I had no idea you would be my Knights in Shining Armor, but you did give me hope, therefore a reason to live. You and your group at OMSJ saved my life both in reality and figuratively. As I have said, I have an obligation to give back. You may use me, my story, whatever. I will show up and step up to the podium, whatever is needed.
OMSJ is a licensed investigation agency. Since October 2009, it has helped defense attorneys successfully defend scores of HIV-related criminal cases.
If you have been charged with an HIV-related crime or civil action – or you represent someone in such action, CONTACT OMSJ IMMEDIATELY.
- In 2008, a Texas court sentenced Willie Campbell to 35 years in prison for spitting at a police officer.
- A year later, Philippe Padieu faced five to 99 years for having sex with several women. He lucked out with a 25-year sentence.
- In December 2009, an Arkansas Court sentenced Christopher Gray (18) to 15 years in prison.
According to HIV test manufacturers, FDA-approved HIV tests do not detect HIV and cannot be used to diagnose HIV. AIDS drugs cause cancer and kill. Many HIV medications contain drugs like Sustiva (Efavirenz), a benzoxazine (BZX) that compromises immune function after ONE DOSE and can produce life-long psychological and physical injuries.
(More information about HIV drugs and the diseases they cause is found here.)
Criminal HIV statutes were passed to prosecute HIV-positive persons who knowingly expose others to the alleged virus through sexual activity. The Ryan White Act made billions of dollars available to states that arrest persons who test positive for HIV (42 U.S.C. 300ff-47 (2000). In response, over half of all US states certified that their existing state criminal laws were adequate.
Those states received $1.84 billion in 2010 alone.
OMSJ’s HIV Innocence Group provides expertise to attorneys whose clients face HIV-related charges. Because of the technical nature of these cases and the volume of pharmaceutical propaganda pushed by the CDC and NIH, there is little information for prosecutors, defense attorneys and courts that can be helpful to these cases. (More information regarding case strategies is found at Winning Criminal HIV Cases.)
In April 2011, OMSJ counsel deposed the Director of the Indiana State Department of Health in charge of HIV-related policy. He began to dismantle her credibility in less than one hour.
Although some Congress members and the Obama Administration have asked state officials to discontinue the prosecution HIV-related criminal defendants, men and women continue to be unnecessarily charged, convicted and sentenced based upon tests that do not detect HIV, evidence that is built upon scientific misconduct and doctors who sell their diplomas to drug companies. Some of these doctors are critical of OMSJ’s efforts, which may confuse potential clients. (Visit our Due Diligence page for more information. Some references are found here.)
If you or your client have been charged with an HIV-related criminal or civil offenses, OMSJ urges you to contact us immediately. Do not admit being HIV positive and do not submit to a court-ordered HIV test before contacting OMSJ.
HIV Charges Dismissed:
- Eneydi T faced 30 years – walked with five days of unsupervised probation (Oct 2009)
- Magdalena M – all HIV-related charges dismissed (March 2010).
- Bartholomew L – all HIV-related charges dismissed (May 2010)
- unnamed – prosecutors could not prove a “significant risk of harm” (May 2010)
- Jose P – all HIV-related charges dismissed (May 2010))
- Valerie S – prosecutors dropped all HIV-related charges (Aug 2010)
- Andrea D – no HIV-related criminal charges filed (Aug 2010)
- Pamela S – all HIV-related charges dismissed (Sep 2010)
- Michael S – Admitted to spitting at cop – HIV charges dropped (Sep 2010)
- Quacy F – Prosecutors dismissed ALL charges (Sep 2010)
- Patricia C – convicted of sexual battery – HIV charges dismissed (Oct 2010)
- Kevin S – all HIV-related charges dismissed (Oct 2010)
- Mickel J – all HIV related charges dismissed (Nov 2010)
- Jerry T – all HIV-related charges dismissed (Dec 2010)
- Esther M – Community service – diversion (Dec 2010)
- Ruperto B – all HIV-related charges dismissed (Dec 2010)
- Carl J – all charges dropped (Dec 2010)
- Daniel A – Bio-terrorism/HIV charges dismissed – $110 fine for battery (Dec 2010)
- Martavious M – all HIV-related criminal charges dismissed (Feb 2011)
- Pamela S – charges refiled – probation and counseling only (Mar 2011)
- Cordlin C – OMSJ’s assistance instrumental in resolving case (May 2011)
- Edward C – all HIV charges dropped (May 2011)
- Adrian S – accepted probation to avoid 24-year sentence (June 2011)
- Daniel L – all HIV-related charges dropped (June 2011)
- Francis W – all HIV-related charges dismissed (Aug 2011)
- Jerome W – Deft faced 34 years – accepted a two-year plea deal (Aug 2011)
- Lennie L – ALL criminal charges dropped (Aug 2011)
- Shan O – ALL HIV-related criminal charges dropped (Aug 2011)
- Michael O – ALL charges DISMISSED (Sep 2011)
- Joe H – ALL HIV-related charges dismissed (Sep 2011)
- Matthew A – ALL HIV-related charges dismissed (Sep 2011)
- Darren C – ALL charges dismissed (Oct 2011)
- Cpl. RL, USMC – ALL criminal charges dismissed (Oct 2011)
- Jason Y – Plea-bargain reduced case from 70 years to one to five (Oct 2011)
- Sierra L – ALL HIV-related charges dismissed (Nov 2011)
- Albert D – HIV-related charges not filed (Nov 2011)
- Bob B – Case dismissed (Nov 2011)
- Thomas C – ALL criminal charges dismissed (Jan 2012, story)
- Cody B – ALL HIV-related criminal charges dismissed (Feb 2012)
- Joseph T – ALL criminal charges dismissed (Feb 2012, WQAD News)
- Sgt. TD (US Army) – Acquitted by court martial (May 2012)
- Willie B – accepted a 120-day suspended sentence to avoid 15 years (May 2012)
- LtCol Kenneth P, US Army – convicted, but rec’d only one-year sentence (Jun 2012)
- Johan S – plea bargain accepted (Jul 2012)
- William T – all criminal charges dismissed (Aug 2012)
- Jonathan P – criminal charges dismissed (Aug 2012)
- Yvonne A – faced 60 years – accepted 11 mo plea-deal/prob (Sep 2012, story here)
- Robert U – all HIV-related charges dismissed (Sep 2012)
- Sonya S – all HIV-related felony counts withdrawn in exchange for a 12-month plea deal (Oct 2012)
- AEAN RS (US Navy) – all HIV-related criminal charges withdrawn (Nov 2012)
- Sgt SG (US Army) – all HIV-related criminal charges dismissed (Jan 2013)
- SSgt TM (US Army) – all HIV-related criminal charges withdrawn (Apr 2013)
- Roland R. – plea bargain from 15 years will be released in six months (Jun 2013)
- Spc4 SC (US Army) – all criminal charges withdrawn (Jun 2013)
- Darren G – all HIV-related criminal charges dismissed (Jul 2013)
- AB GA (USAF) – all HIV-related criminal charges withdrawn (Nov 2013)