AFFIDAVIT OF TRUTH TO DECLARE CRIME AND ACTIONS OF LAFAYETTE COUNTY, MS UNCONSTITUTIONAL; ACCUSES SHERIFF OF INSURRECTION THROUGH THE MANUFACTURE OF CRIMES THAT DEPRIVE AND CHILL CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
Matt Reardon doesn’t hold back when discussing discontent and more for the Attorney General Lynn Fitch and the latest move by her Office in the Supreme Court. Things may be turning much more tumultuous in the coming week in the State Judiciary
Matt Reardon goes above and beyond expectations in filing a M.R.C.P Rule 59 Motion to Alter, Amend, or Vacate Judgement/ Appeal of Justice Court “November-9 Mob Dominated Trial” on 12/3/2021 less than 2 weeks after Filing a Rule 60 Motion to re-open his 2017 Criminal Case in which he alleges complete deprivation of his Due Process/Constitutional Rights
After filing a notice of appeal and a Petition for Writ of Mandamus based on Judge Whitwell’s rulings, the Chancery Court Judge defies expectations in denying a petition of Reardon’s. In response Reardon snap files a petition for writ of prohibition with the MS Supreme Court
Disgust and Tasteless are the two words that instantaneously come to mind when I read over this response by MS Attorney General Lynn Fitch and her Special Assistant Attorney General Barbara Byrd. It would certainly appear on its face that they are choosing to attack my appeal on grounds of technicality, not facts and merits. This is certainly no surprise to me, although it is disheartening in that this office is demonstrating their much higher interest in the rules set forth in the Mississippi Rules of Appellate Procedure while batting an eye and throwing care to the wind when it comes to the Mississippi Rules of Criminal Procedure. In my opinion, all law enforcement officials and most definitely the State Attorney General MUST put a much higher level of care and interest in making sure the rights of the accused are protected, which involves having full knowledge of and placing the highest of priorities into the Rules of criminal first and foremost
In 2017 he was banished from Oxford, MS and Lafayette County along with signing a Covenant to Not Sue the City, County, Sheriffs Department, Elected Officials, and Employees. Now In 2021, Matt Reardon AKA Oxford Outlaw files an absolutely shocking Last minute “One and Done” motion for Peremptory Reversal to the Mississippi Court of Appeals at 11:59pm on September 16th to vacate his plea made and reverse judgement and order of the original 2017 criminal charge!
Reardon files absolutely shocking Last minute “One and Done” motion for Peremptory Reversal to Mississippi Court of Appeals at 11:59pm to vacate plea and reverse judgement and order of original 2017 criminal charge!
My Rebuttal to the Response from the State Attorney General’s Office
A very concerning fact starts to show clearly when assessing the facts and the response given by the State Attorney General’s Office. Attorney General Lynn Fitch’s Office demonstrates a much higher interest, and clearly knowledge, in the Mississippi Rules of Appellate Procedure than the Mississippi Rules of Criminal Procedure. This should never be the case! The rights of the accused should always be preserved and held at a much higher level at the trial stage so as not to completely violate the rights of an innocent citizen such as what happened with my particular case. When the Mississippi Rules of Criminal Procedure are completely violated and Due Process Rights of the accused are not afforded which in turn sways the outcome in a particular legal matter, that legal matter in turn should be viewed as VOID, even FRAUDULENT through manifest procedural error committed by the state making an appeal essentially pointless to fight by the State. In this particular case, you have the State AG’s office fighting to dismiss the appeal on technicality, but where is any type of responsibility taken for the major deprivation of essentially all due process rights which the state is mandated to provide under both State and Federal Law?