JUSTICE FOR ALINA FEAS
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To: President Donald J. Trump
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20500
Dear Mr. President,
I am writing this letter to you hoping that my voice is heard. I have been trying for years to find someone who wants to make justice prevail but all I have received is indifference and punitive actions. For several years, the federal criminal justice system in this nation has been warehousing Americans by violating constitutional and human rights just for the sake of “winning at all costs.” The results have been shameful and to the detriment of this country: the US has by far the highest number of incarcerated people per capita in the world. This statistic is nothing to be proud of! There are only two explanations: either something has gone wrong in this society where Americans are constantly violating the “law” or the justice system is totally broken.
My name is Alina Feas, Reg. No. 02533104. I have been incarcerated since 2013 after being sentenced to 135 months in prison, plus three years of supervised release, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida (Miami) by Judge Cecilia M. Altonaga. I am a victim of ineffective assistance of counsel and prosecutorial misconduct but, unfortunately, none of my two habeas corpus petitions have proceeded because nobody cares or reads about my case or the courts have been trying to hide wrongdoing. There is a widely read book written by former US Attorney Sidney Powell titled “Licensed to Lie,” where everything about the federal criminal justice system in this country is explained in words that everyone can understand. One of the first things she wrote about is prosecutorial misconduct and how nobody reports them just because of fear of retaliation.
I set aside my fears and filed habeas corpus petition reporting the severe misconduct of Assistant US Attorney Allan J. Medina. However, even though Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals Judges Marcus, Wilson, and Anderson do not deny the misconduct, my conviction was not overturned based on other legal grounds that simply make no sense. The case numbers are 1:15-CV-24177-CMA for the petition and 16-13932 for the appeal. See also Case No.: 1:12-CR-20291-CMA-10 for the underlying criminal case. My question to you here is: Does my right to be heard while I am looking for justice not exist anymore?
I am a Cuban-born American citizen living in this country for more than thirty years. I spent many years working hard and studying until I graduated with a doctorate degree in psychology with a concentration in neuropsychology and a postdoctoral degree in clinical psychopharmacology. I have spent my entire life serving others with no other goal than to do good. I am not a criminal and the only thing I am asking for is to use my right to be heard; not to be punished. There is a need to address important issues facing this nation and one of them is this mass incarceration that has been going on for years. Justice needs to be re-established and I hope this administration will work for the people and for America.
Alina S. Feas
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