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Who Decides Who Goes to Prison?… A Follow up Commentary

Since my appeal was just recently dismissed without even being heard, many people have shown concern over how this could even happen. I have been hearing such concern since my case began, and especially since my sentencing which was almost … Continue reading

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A Change of Opinion and a 74% bonus?!

Here is an interesting change of opinion! Victims in my particular legal case included Bank of America and Chase, who among others have been accused of fraud by the Department of Justice. Bank of America was found guilty by a … Continue reading

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THANK YOU to all who signed the petition, called, emailed or faxed!

Thanks for all of the support to all who helped us get OVER 100 (147 to be exact!) petitioners on my Change.Org petition. [http://www.change.org/petitions/thurgood-marshall-u-s-courthouse-ny-new-york-100-calls-and-letters-are-needed-please-my-appeal-and-a-call-to-action-for-a-fair-court-review]. It is now closed and was sent to the Court in New York. Hopefully the US … Continue reading

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100 Calls and Letters are needed, Please! My appeal- and a Call to Action!

100 Calls and Letters are needed, Please! My appeal- and a Call to Action!. last few hours to help!

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100 Calls and Letters are needed by Monday! Please! My appeal- and a Call to Action!

100 Calls and Letters are needed, Please! My appeal- and a Call to Action!.

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100 Calls and Letters are needed, Please! My appeal- and a Call to Action!

100 Calls and Letters are needed, Please! My appeal- and a Call to Action!.

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100 Calls and Letters are needed, Please! My appeal- and a Call to Action!

We are desperately hoping that we can get over 100 calls, emails, faxes and letters sent by Monday in support of allowing this appeal to just be HEARD by the Court. Prosecution is trying to now throw out the appeal! … Continue reading

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Cases Used in Reasoning of Petro’s sentence- What is Fair?

Cases Used in Reasoning of Petro’s sentence- What is Fair?.

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Cases Used in Reasoning of Petro’s sentence- What is Fair?

On May 1st 2012 I was sentenced to 41 months of incarceration for my role in a mortgage fraud scheme. Prior to the sentencing, the prosecutors compared me to a co-defendant and they detailed how we were similarly situated and … Continue reading

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Connecticut Attorneys get Preferential Treatment from arrest to sentencing….

Connecticut Attorneys get Preferential Treatment from arrest to sentencing…. by Stacey Petro Danbury, CT, December, 2013 On June 16th 2010 I had half a dozen armed FBI agents pound on my door. I was nine months pregnant, which despite their … Continue reading

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