By: Committee to Elect Errol Victor, Sr.
MONROE, La. – Jan. 26, 2021 – PRLog — Reverend Errol Victor, Sr. is described as “a visionary, father, and entrepreneur who became one of the many wrongfully convicted Americans”. But Victor beat the odds. In April 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) vacated his conviction on grounds that it was reached by a less than unanimous jury verdict. In Victor v. the State of Louisiana, case #19-5989 before SCOTUS, Victor’s lawyer explained that “without the assistance of counsel and in a trial that was significantly marred with substantial violations of the United States Constitution, (Victor) was wrongfully convicted by non-unanimous 10-2 verdict of second-degree murder”. The conviction was vacated, but the State of Louisiana has yet to release Victor, essentially holding him hostage amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, without even an opportunity to post bail. Prosecutors instead spin a false story, overlooking their related violations of law and mischaracterizing Reverend Victor as a flight risk, backed by a fictional portrayal of him on the t.v. series “America’s Most Wanted”.
Undaunted as he has been since the day purported Louisiana law enforcers turned the tragic death of his stepson into a nightmare criminal prosecution, Reverend Victor is now a candidate for U.S. Representative for the 5th Congressional District (R-La), running from behind bars. His threefold platform is all geared to help ensure a fair and impartial administration of justice in America. Learn more @ https://www.victor4congress.online/
Committee to Elect Errol Victor, Sr.
c/o Dr. Zena Crenshaw-Logal