After many months of blogging, in attempt to get my son’s story out, my blog has caught the attention of the National Center For Due Process. I am honored that my son’s plight has piqued their interest. They have explained that they need a few more details and have made suggestions as to what I need to do.
The National Center for Due Process(NCDP) newly established in 2014, is a nonprofit organization, aiming to affect policy change while advocating for those who have been adversely affected by America’s flawed judicial system. The NCDP also aims to provide Americans with the constitutional civil rights that our founding fathers put in place for protection against the tyranny colonialists experienced under British rule.(https://nationaldp.org).
At the same time, I have also been blessed to talk with Jeffrey Deskovic. Jeff Deskovic was wrongly convicted of a crime that he did not commit and sentenced to 16 years in prison. In, 2006, Jeff was exonerated and his indictment was dismissed on the grounds of actual innocence. After being awarded the largest settlement ever for a wrongful conviction, Jeff started a foundation for justice. I am blessed to be able to consult with Jeff.
My son, Charles Ajoloko was wrongly convicted, and maliciously and improperly prosecuted. My son’s constitutional rights were violated and several members of the judicial system need to be held accountable.
“The NCDP does not judge defendants or inmates; rather, they judge the prosecutors and judges”.
It has been suggested that I start from the last legal action and work my way forward. Therefore, my upcoming posts will discuss the appeal, trial, etc. and what I think went wrong. I will no longer be using fictitious names but will be naming the individuals involved in my son’s case.
Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere….Martin Luther King, Jr.