Times Staff Report
June 13, 2013
My name is Cann Martin Isaacs. I am a student of constitutional law, having studied this for one year at the Morehead State University. All kinds of issues come before the federal courts from the state level concerning such issues as civil liberties. I also studied a course in civil liberties at the University of Kentucky under a professor who was an attorney and held a doctorate in constitutional law from Yale University.
Not being an attorney, and based upon my studies under such a well-informed man, I must conclude that the manner in which Dr. Bret Dunning is being treated in an unquestionable infringement on his civil liberties. As yet, no one knows how this incriminating matter got on his computer, since there are several ways in which this could have happened — email, internet, cyber, computer hacks and others. Under the basic law of our land, no one is guilty until proven guilty. There is no proof as yet, how this incriminating material got on this man’s computer. Yet he was placed under a $25,000 cash bond and placed under home incarceration, denied the right to earn a living. Should we surrender our rights under the Fourth, Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments, we would cease to exist as a free nation.
I hope the judicial system will review this matter and correct any erring ways that may be contributed to it.
A man has not yet been found guilty of anything. How would you like to be in his shoes?
Cann Martin Isaacs