Happy Thanksgiving

Hi everyone:

I just learned that one of my closest friends, and most important cases has resolved. The government and Marty Bradley agreed to terms which include a maximum sentence of 15 years. He will be re-sentenced on December 11, 2017. I anticipate he will be home by Christmas. And certainly he will be released to home confinement in the first half of 2018. The court released his father (who has health problems) today on bond, pending re-sentencing. This is a 10 year reduction in Marty’s sentence.

When I learned the deal was complete, I have to admit what a wonderful feeling. Every prisoner wonders if they will feel a twinge of bitterness or envy. I am exceptionally pleased that I did not, not even a hint. Coincidentally—or maybe not—just yesterday one of my two longest friends, Hung the Pam left for camp. A camp near his home, where is son can visit. Pham is going home 4 years early as a result of an extraordinary event, his judge reversed himself based on our reconsideration motion.  The day Pham won was day of exceptional satisfaction for me, getting him home to his still young kids was exceptionally cool.

So today I am thankful to God that my friends—both good and kind men [I know from personal observation] — one (Marty) who is actually innocent and one (Pham) who was grossly mischaracterized have seen a measure of justice.

Happy Thanksgiving

Frank

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§ 2241 Petition

Frank’s Petition for a Writ of Habeas Corpus Under 28 U.S.C. § 2241
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14-14745 Consolidated Brief and Reply

In the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
Appeal No. 14-14745-C
Consolidated Initial Brief and Reply to Appellees’ Pleadings
14-14745-C Consolidated Brief

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16-12819 Motion to Supplement the Record on Appeal

Motion to Supplement the Record on Appeal
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16-11728-C Motion to Supplement the Record

In the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
On Appeal from the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida
Motion to Supplement the Record on Appeal
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Reply to the Government’s Response to the Motion to Supplement the Record on Appeal
16-11728-C-MotionSupplementRecordOnAppeal
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16-A560 Notice of Next Friend Petition

In The United States Supreme Court
In RE: Frank Amodeo, Petitioner
Notice of Next Friend Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus on Behalf of Mentally Incapacitated Prisoner
Appeals No. 16-10280-F
Dist. No. 6:12-cv-0641-Orl-28DAB
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Federal Judge Humiliates Mentally Ill Inmate

U.S. District Judge Carlos E. Mendoza displayed an inexplicable bias against a mentally ill federal inmate, Frank Amodeo. Amodeo, deemed incompetent in 2008, is currently serving a 270 month sentence for a corporation’s non-payment of reported taxes.

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On December 21, 2016, U.S. District Judge Carlos Mendoza expressed his personal bias against Frank L. Amodeo in an order issued in the case of the United States v. Donovan Davis, Case No. 6:14-cr-43-CEM-DAB (M.D. Fla. 2016). Judge Carlos Mendoza accused Mr. Amodeo of committing two crimes: (1) the unauthorized practice of law; and (2) facilitating the obstruction of justice.

Complaint Against Judge
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Washington, DC, Department of Justice attorneys knowingly use perjured testimony to obtain conviction.

D.Davis Press Release

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