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He is presently in west Tennessee state prison, Henning TN, were he is completing his four years.
His case was in crimial court, Knox county. The other case was in Blount county, which records show "event date of 2006/06/28" when he was in Brushy Mtg Prison.
I believe that he filed an appeal, but that was never answered by the appeals court.
Since tennessee obvious policies are that any complaint by any inmate is obviously false, I feel we need to file in the federal courts.
The second Blount county was two misameaners (?) There is relation between the Knox county and Blount cases, just he was held because a second warrent was issues for him.
He stated that he filed an appeal. Exactly what that was, I'm not sure. It was probably not done correctly since nothing every happened except they took some filing fees from his account. This is the information that I was told, I did not see the appeal.
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