Sheila R. RICO, Grand Theft
Case Type: Felony Grand Theft/RICO
“My false charges were dropped after the US~Observer exposed the self-serving, crooked thugs who abused their authority and destroyed my company.” — Sheila Rodgers
Sheila Rodgers was indicted on Racketeering Influenced Corrupt Organization (RICO) charges after her new business received a false complaint. The business provided new home owners a list of pre-screened professional services that are useful for newly purchased homes. The buying agent would provide the list, and in return, Sheila’s business would offer free services to the realtor. The business had already proven successful in other markets, so Sheila and her partners ventured to Pensacola, Fl. to expand their company.
Upon receiving a complaint, local authorities rushed to arrest, indict and incarcerate an innocent Sheila, and her partners. Facing 90 years in prison if convicted, Sheila knew her defense was paramount to her freedom. Her reliance upon attorney’s was her only option, or so she thought. Then, a partner of her’s found the US~Observer Newspaper.
Defeating false RICO charges
The US~Observer is the world’s only known newspaper dedicated to vindicating the innocent. After hiring the US~Observer, Sheila’s story was corroborated with evidence uncovered by the US~Observer. The facts clearly established her innocence, and the innocence of her partners. The US~Observer published evidence that could not be refuted.
Sheila’s life was done if she was convicted. She would never see the light of day – serving 90 years for a crime she never committed. The US~Observer publicly forced Prosecutor John DuBose to look further into the false RICO charges. Several articles showed the prosecutor exactly how Sheila and her partners were completely innocent.
After several months of lost wages, and a hindering life sentence (90 yrs), Sheila finally found vindication! Her charges were formally dismissed and her freedom was rightfully restored.
If you, or anyone you know are facing false RICO charges, criminal charges, or civil charges – contact the US~Observer before it’s too late. We can help!