Case Type: Murder, Assault, Theft, Trespassing
“I want you to know how very grateful I am to each one of you. There are not enough words that can express what is on my heart and mind. Simply put, you saved my life; you have saved James’ life.”
After Angela Nobilis-Faire was accosted then attacked, her husband James Faire defended her life by driving away from the gang that had conspired to brutalize them both.
During the escape, a woman who was below Angela’s husband’s line of sight was struck and killed.
The contrived narrative by the remaining group of conspirators told a very different story to what had actually transpired. When Angela and her husband made it to a place where there was cell phone service, they called 911 and reported they had been attacked. However, when deputies arrived, Angela and her husband where place under arrest for murder.
Angela in fact faced a list of other crimes as well, all brought about by a group that had managed to sway local police with a fabricated tale. And, boy did the local elected officials buy it!
In a matter of hours, the elected sheriff announced in a news broadcast that Angela and her husband were guilty. From that moment on, Angela and her husband were fallaciously vilified as squatters and murderers, and were pursued by an out-of-control elected prosecutor and his successor.
The US~Observer spent over 3 years fighting for Angela Nobilis-Faire against an obviously rigged system, and the false charges they levied at her. Far too long after the truth had been exposed by the US~Observer to the officials and the public, the 2nd county prosecutor to take on the case had to admit his case against Angela Faire was a non-starter and he dropped her charges.
But Angela’s fight was just getting going – her husband was still facing his false charges.
Today we are proud to have Angela Faire as a close friend and associate. Not only is she educated in the ways of the Injustice System, she is technically and social media savvy. Angela is hard-working and a strong advocate for others who face false charges.