Carnival of Corruption

District 20

State Reps Call for Prosecution at Press Conference!

As SCOTUS grants a stay of execution pending the review of TWO petitions (No. 22-6500No. 22-7466) for Writ of Certiorari, Oklahoma's current judicial system would rather kill an innocent man than admit the misconduct of the prosecutors leading to the wrongful conviction of Richard Glossip.
One of the implicated prosecutors continues to prosecute cases in Johnston County under District Attorney, Craig Ladd.

DA Craig Ladd's Assistant, Fern Smith, Named in U.S. Supreme Court Filing for Presenting "false testimony and jury misconduct"! 

On January 9, 2023 The Supreme Court of the United States docketed case No. 22-6500 and distributed for conference of February 17, 2023.  The Writ of Certiorari filed names Johnston County's Assistant District Attorney, Fern L. Smith, in multiple instances of prosecutorial misconduct in the case globally viewed as wrongfully convicting Richard Glossip.  Meanwhile, Smith continues to prosecute in Johnston County Oklahoma where she allegedly continues attempts to cover up local misconduct and corruption.  View the SCOTUS docket here...

District Attorney Stays Hush as Corruption Across his District is Exposed!

District Attorney Craig Ladd has FAILED in his duty to represent the public and people of District 20 Oklahoma.  He refuses to address the rampant corruption and police misconduct through out the counties in which he was elected to represent in court!  

His failure to comply with the brady doctrine is an affront to the US Constitution and his special responsibilities as a prosecutor outlined in ABA Rule 3.8!  Read More... 

Attorney Meetings Bugged at Carter County Sheriff's Office

On November 9, 2022,  Attorney Jason D. May informed the public a hidden camera/recording device was discovered in the attorney/client meeting room within the Carter County Jail.  Read more... 

Johnston County's New "Death-Squad"...

Former prosecutor under Bob Macy's "Death Squad", Fern L. Smith, has made Johnston County her latest target of systemic prosecutorial misconduct.  Since her arrival in 2016, she has been implicated in the destruction of evidence in a capital murder case, she has made efforts to cover up for police misconduct, stack charges, and ignore the unlawful behaviors of the local Sheriff's office.