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Man Facing Habeus Corpus Petition Dismissal Asks Judge to Whom to Raise Prison Corruption

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, Sept 15 – Andrew Scott, in New York State prison after conviction for second degree murder, filed a federal habeus corpus lawsuit. 

 On September 14, 2023 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Andrew L. Carter held a proceeding to explain to Scott what his options are. Inner City Press was there.

  Judge Carter said one of the claims would have to be dismissed, or Scott could proceed in state court and later refile his federal case.

  Scott asked, Who do I tell about corruption in the prison?

  Judge Carter asked the government lawyer, who replied they had nothing to say. Nothing at all. Judge Carter suggested NYLAG.

  A letter is due before October 16. The case is Scott v. James, 20-cv-7808 (Carter)


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