Paul William Scott, his history and case



In October 1979, Paul William Scott was sentenced to death in the Florida State Electric Chair for the murder of James Alessi in Boca Raton, Florida. Mr. Rick Kondian, who committed the offense, surrendered to authorities in Palm Beach County, Florida, citing self-defense. The altercation took place at the victim's home in 1978 in the presence of Paul Scott. The lock on the front door had been locked from the inside by Mr Alessi with a key, so Paul Scott had to exit through the back wall of a closed swimming pool. Scott had briefly helped Kondian as a tall (and naked) James Alessi (1.80m, 235 lbs) forced himself on a much smaller Rick Kondian. Scott left before Alessi died.


The case of PAUL WILLIAM SCOTT (Attachments will be added soon) Paul William Scott In October 1979, Paul William Scott was sentenced to death in the Florida State Electric Chair for the murder of James Alessi in Boca Raton, Florida. Mr. Rick Kondian, who committed the offense, surrendered to authorities in Palm Beach County, Florida, citing self-defense. The altercation took place at the victim's home in 1978 in the presence of Paul Scott. The lock on the front door had been locked from the inside by Mr Alessi with a key, so Paul Scott had to exit through the back wall of a closed swimming pool. Scott had briefly helped Kondian as a tall (and naked) James Alessi (1.80m, 235 lbs) forced himself on a much smaller Rick Kondian. Scott left before Alessi died. In addition to this, you need to know more about it. The murder weapon, according to Kondian, was an unopened bottle of Dom Pérignon champagne. Rick Kondian is left-handed and he had a 5 stitches cut on his left index finger from the metal cap around the bottle, leaving little doubt as to who actually clubbed the victim and with what weapon. A circle of blood was found at the scene and photographed. Mr. Kondian removed the bottle and threw it in the nearby woods as he left the scene. The victim, a known homosexual, had previously had sex with Rick Kondian. Marijuana, suspected of having been mixed with PCP (angel dust), was found at the scene. The victim had become violent in reaction to the marijuana. Mr. Kondian was "stoned" at the same concoction, while Mr. Scott refused to take part in the deadly mix. Perhaps it was a justifiable homicide, perhaps manslaughter, or even second degree murder by Richard Kondian. This is not first degree murder, and certainly not by Paul William Scott. In addition to this, you need to know more about it. In the courtroom, a year later, things started to change drastically. In addition to this, you need to know more about it. 1. The prime suspect became Paul William Scott, a quiet and docile vagabond from Long Beach, California. In addition to this, you need to know more about it. 2. The police photograph of a circle of blood was strangely invisible. In addition to this, you need to know more about it. 3. A statue of a "bear" that was splashed with blood (most of the objects in the room were splashed with blood) has become the "murder weapon". This weapon was wielded by a left-hander and only Paul Scott is left-hander, the prosecutor admitted (wrongly for both counts). In addition to this, you need to know more about it. 4. Mr. Kondian's confession had strangely become something of a denial, leaving jurors to believe Scott was the culprit. In addition to this, you need to know more about it. 5. Mr. Kondian, whose family was very wealthy, hired famous lawyer David Roth to defend him. Roth's strategy, according to Mr Kondian (speaking to other inmates), was to lay the blame on Paul William Scott. In addition to this, you need to know more about it. 6. Scott, barely having his shirt on his back, could not defend himself. He therefore received a court appointed lawyer, George Barrs. Barrs has been described as "alcoholic", "incompetent", "undercompensated" and "ineffective". It is certain that an appropriate description would be prejudicial to the defense of Paul William Scott. In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

7. The state had obtained as a witness a man of dubious character named Vince Soutullo, whose affidavit revealed: "He (the Boca Raton detective) told me what to say. I just said what the State and police wanted me to say ". In addition to this, you need to know more about it. 8. During Paul William Scott's trial, Mr. Barrs apparently did not attempt to research the case, determine Kondian's confessed guilt, or locate the murder weapon. In addition to this, you need to know more about it. 9. Mr. Barrs told Scott to "keep your mouth shut", and he kept his own mouth shut during the trial. In addition to this, you need to know more about it. 10. In what turned out to be worse, much worse, than the utter lack of defense, George Barrs left the jury with the impression that his own client was as guilty as a sin.

Since this "kangaroo" tribunal, as it certainly was, arose, Mr. Paul William Scott has waited patiently in Raiford, Fla., Appeal after appeal. Since Feorge Barrs, he has had several lawyers who have started to put together the pieces of the true story. Mild-mannered Scott endured 18 years of "pure hell" on Florida death row as the wheels of justice slowly turned.

Rick Kondian got his case "negotiated" and he was sentenced to 15 years in prison for second degree murder, which he served and was released into society. It was 1994. And yet Paul Scott is waiting in his tiny cell. No one has been there longer than Scott, and the wheels of justice keep turning. After being briefed on these compelling truths, nine of Scott's former jurors expressed shock and dismay at being deceived, lying and tricked into delivering a guilty verdict and conviction. to death. Eight of them actually signed declarations to this effect and expressed regret at having been able to send an innocent man to his death. For reasons hard to imagine, besides the embarrassment of the blunders they have unmistakably made, the circle of lawyers, judges and lawmakers in the state of Florida continue to push for the death of Paul William Scott. And they won't be satisfied, it seems, until that high-voltage electric chair catches the last brave heartbeat of Paul William Scott. According to a 1993 ruling, Herrara V. Collins, "history is replete with examples of wrongly convicted people being pardoned following the discovery of evidence proving their innocence." Isn't it time to say enough is enough, Florida? In the name of justice, free this man. Don't say "no" until you know the true story of Paul William Scott. It's been a long time since she arrived and she refutes so much that you can still believe it's the truth.

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