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Thursday, October 11, 2007

Chua Supporters Admit Smith Allowed Computer Use

From: http://pinoybee.com/story.php?title=Filipino-American_Community_on_Trial_with_Dr-_Noel_Chua

Filipino-American Community on Trial with Dr. Noel Chua
by queenbee 56 days ago View profile Category: Filipino American Tags: murder georgia law racism prosecutor atlanta filam filipino american md

After lingering in a county jail in Georgia since his arrest in September of last year for murder charges, Dr. Noel Chua - a Filipino-American internist - will soon have his day in court. Charged with double murder for the accidental death of a patient, Dr. Chua’s case has become an international cause celebre.

On September 13, 2006, after a lengthy investigation, a Camden County, Georgia grand jury indicted Dr. Chua of two counts of felony murder - of the same person, James Carter III -- and 17 counts of violation of Georgia’s Controlled Substance Act. Dr. Chua was denied bail and is currently held in the Camden County jail. In addition to these charges, the prosecuting District Attorney, Steven Kelly, also charged Dr. Chua with RICO racketeering.

As a result of the racketeering charge, which according to Dr Chua had no legal basis, the court ordered his assets frozen and at the same time appointed a Receiver, an act that was never explained. Since Dr. Chua’s assets were frozen, why is there a need for a Receiver? At the time his assets were frozen, Dr .Chua had $120,000 in cash in his bank accounts. When he recently requested a copy of his bank statement, there was only $10,000 left in cash. It was also revealed that the Receiver has billed nearly $100,000 for his work. Doing what?

A few days ago, I received from the Camden County Sheriff’s office a fax copy of a motion filed by Donald F. Samuel, Dr. Chua’s lawyer, to dissolve the RICO receivership and to dismiss the RICO lien notice. One of the bases for the motion was the fact that “there has never been a hearing to support the seizure of Dr. Chua’s assets.” The motion further stated that “the evidence that has developed as a result of the discovery that has been taken demonstrates that Dr. Chua did not commit any crime.” It also asserted that Dr. Chua did not violate RICO or any other criminal law and that he prescribed medicine to the patient based on a legitimate medical need. The motion further stated: “The fact that the patient eventually abused the drugs and either intentionally, or unintentionally overdosed is not the basis for a criminal charge against Dr. Chua.”

The motion questioned the need to appoint a Receiver: “Dr. Chua’s defense, including the payment of necessary expert expenses, will take a back seat to the Receiver’s unquenchable thirst for more of the assets.” The motion asked the court to dissolve the RICO lien notice and to dismiss the Receiver.

Adding insult to an injury, the Receiver asked the court for permission to refer “potential improprieties” for further investigation of potential insurance fraud. In a separate court filing, District Attorney Kelley said that Judge Amanda Williams should order the Receiver to report his findings. Meanwhile insurance investigators are looking into Receiver’s allegations. What is really sad is that the Receiver, who was appointed to take care of Dr. Chua’s estate and business while he is being held in jail without bail, appears to be partial to the prosecution and, in my opinion, may have violated his fiduciary duty to Dr. Chua.

After nine months of delay - the trial was originally scheduled to start November 2006 - Dr. Chua is finally going to have his day in court. Jury selection is going to start on August 20 and the trial on September 10. Recently, the District Attorney filed a motion to transfer Dr. Chua from the Camden County jail to another county jail. He believes the DA is trying to isolate him from his family and supporters.

It is interesting to note that Camden County Sheriff Bill Smith is sympathetic to Dr. Chua. As a matter of fact, he has allowed Dr.Chua to use one of the computers at his office which enabled Dr. Chua to communicate with his family and supporters.

Some of the leaders of Dr. Chua’s supporters in Georgia are Marilyn Doromal, Willy Blanco, Ding and Rosa Tamisin, Jason White, Robert McLaughlin, Toni Daya-Luetger, Dr. Mike Tan, Cris Borja, Dr. Ely Abellera, Scott Alexander and Pam Peterman. With Dr .Chua’s assets virtually gone, his supporters in Georgia have raised $140,000 and are trying to raise another $25,000.

Dr. Ely Abellera of Fairburn, Georgia, one leader of the Georgia Advocacy for Justice, sent me a letter, “A TEST OF OUR UNITY -- AN APPEAL,” which I posted in my online newsletter BALITA-USA. Within minutes, several people responded. The first to respond was Linda Nietes of Southern California followed by Lydia Soriano of Los Angeles, Manuel Valle of San Jose, Edna Concepcion of San Diego, and Dr. Yoyoy Serina of Southern California.

You can send donations to: Dr. Chua Legal Defense Fund, c/o Pam Peterman, 3619 Homewood Drive, Powder Springs, GA 30127).

A few days ago, I received a notice from Dr .Philip Chua of Indiana that he and Dr. Edmundo Relucio of Illinois have set up a nationwide campaign for justice for Dr. Chua. You can also send your donation to: Legal Defense Fund for Dr. Noel Chua, Standard Bank, Route 6, Morris, Illinois.

To view the Power Point presentation of the Philippine American Center in Georgia movement, and make a donation, you may access this website http://www.feu-alumni.com and click on the “Help Fight Injustice” link on the left lower corner of the home page.

I urge our kababayan to help Dr. Chua in his fight for justice. Send donations to either of the above addresses. No amount is too small or too large. Dr. Chua’s case is very important to Filipino-Americans because, in the final analysis, it is our community that is on trial. Let’s show that we will not let this injustice go unchallenged.

Avie S. Roesch, a Caucasian supporter and former patient of Dr. Chua sent me a letter that said: “All races love Dr .Chua! He is a rare member of the human race, who is just too good for his own good! How many doctors give patients their home phone number, their cell phone number, accept calls gladly in the middle of the night, and call to check on patients at home, plus make home visits when required.”

Dr. Chua wrote me a few days ago and said, “It’s time for the whole truth to come out. It’s been hidden for so long. My friends in Camden are opening their homes for all our out-of-town friends that are coming for the trial.”

Rest assured Dr. Chua that we’ll all be there for you -- if not in person, in spirit.

TRSP Review: Now they admit to it, Remember the court requested the records from Topix, and everyone swore up and down he was not on the computer, but now I guess since the records will or have shown that he was on the computer they will just come out and say it.

Sheriff Smith what do you have to say? Why are you using the Sheriff's Office to send out information on this case? Why are they receiving faxes from the Sheriff's Office? Will you use the drug fund to pay his/your lawyer?


Anonymous said...

I do not see the problem with the Sheriff supporting Dr. Chua. You are innocent until proven guilty and the Sheriff is human and has a right to his opinion. He thinks Dr. Chua is a good man and he has that right to think that. We will finally get to see what this case is all about now that they are allowing him to have his day in court. We may all be surprised in the end.

Anonymous said...

It's a shame that the sherriff doesn't feel the same way about everyone(innocent until proven guilty). I'm speaking of his 'friends' and the people that are beneficial to him.

Anonymous said...

I've known the Sheriff for many years, his attitude is to give everyone a fair chance. If they can't correct themselves from the problems within in thier lives then he may even offer outside help to them and thier families. However when you continue to flaunt you criminal ways in the face of law enforcement, as some people and families have done then the help line is pulled in and your punished as the court sees fit. You have to show you are going to correct and turn your life around and build trust with the Sheriff. This is not only true with him but alot of people in high ranking positions.

Anonymous said...

I have also known the sherriff(and his father) for many years and,,,sorry...I wouldn't trust him in the outhouse with a muzzle on!!

Anonymous said...

I bet he threw corn cobbs at the dirt dobbers nest

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Anonymous said...
I just spoke with a lady that had called Judge Williams number to ask for Dennis Perry's plea be thrown out and to grant him a new trial. Guess what? As soon as Dennis' name was mentioned, the secretary or whoever she was got very cold and told the lady she would have to send the judge a fax or write her a letter. AND THEN SHE WOULDN'T GIVE HER THE FAX NUMBER!! She was told she would have to write a letter..which the lady has done. Does that tell you there is something wrong with this case? You people in Camden County better wake up and smell the roses before you find yourself in the same position that Dennis is in. He isn't asking to be released. Just for a FAIR trial!!

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