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stacyprivett 
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Re: “Reform justice

Wow. They never solved the Carina Saunders murder & I still believe the reason why is because as soon as the officers discovered it was linked to a drug ring that the F.B.I was chasing then thats when they began going after. That messed up the entire case. Thats what happens in politics when they begin to do things the wrong way & with unrealistic motives. Faking evidence & falsifying witness statements. And dont you think that David Prater was not also in on this & not just those 2 detectives. I know because I had given Derek Chance the info they needed to show what was going on & Luis Ruiz's incarceration at the time. After many court dates & knowing everybody knew of it, but yet they had not released him, then Derek Chance told us that this arrest was needed to win elections & they could not release Luis Ruiz until after they were over. THATS WHAT I THREATENED THE D.A.'S OFFICE WITH & WHY THEY DONT CARE FOR ME.

So this brings me to the case of Richard Urrutia jr. & his case still pending & I had made them mad enough they are now trying to give him 20 years time. They should of never arrested him but I also noticed they falsified info on the probable cause statement so it could appear they had cause. In the end of it they were left with what was really a possession charge & it had no other items that would say different. It barely came to the amount that they can consider as Trafficking which is 20 grams & thats not even an ounce. At first they were going to reduce the charge to possession seeing as how there were no seperate bags, no scales, no baggies, & no other narcotics found, but his possession charge they wanted 15 years prison time & now asking 20 years on that. LAST I CHECKED POSSESSION WAS A MISDEMEANER.!
The thing with his case they had no probable cause to even have searched him & they did this after a guy reported seeing his stolen truck & telling officers it had been a mexican male driving & he was wearing a white shirt & he had entered the store across the parking lot. There was a witness in the store at the time who stated officers walked in & called Richard out by name as he stood in line in front of the doors of the store at the registar. This witness lady, & the cashier, both stated that the officer asked the cashier if Richard had paid for a pump & what pump he paid for? And the cashier said he had not paid for anything yet so he did not know. The Officer had also asked Richard if he drove a red truck & he said the truck he drove happened to be blue. The officers handcuffed Richard & had him searched before he ever left the counter that day. Another witness sitting outside at pumps stated Richard was cuffed & carrying lottery ticket when he came out the store. After they had all exited the store the owner of the so called stolen truck told police that he did not want to file charges on the defendant because he believed that the defendant had just borrowed it from somebody & had not known anything about it. He said Richard even stated this as they brang him out but also he believed him. But this would also be because the truck owner had allowed somebody other than defendant to borrow his truck & that girl never returned it & therefore he reported stolen after 2 days. The victim never realized they still took Richard to jail on those charges until i contacted him. If that officer had pulled Richard out of store to find out what was going on & make sure that the defendant who was mexican with white shirt was even the person in question, then they would of known that the victim did not choose to arrest Richard. The man felt Richard was innocently put in that situation & therefore he did not want to arrest an innocent person. The victim said he was just happy to have his truck back.
They still arrested Richard on those charges from that vehicle regardless because while searching him inside the store, before they found out there was no just cause, they had recovered in his pocket a single bag of meth which was less than an ounce of dope. The officer had not wanted to allow him to leave that scene & in effect he had to still keep his reason for search in the first place & therefore still charged him with stealing that truck. The victims real address was 1315 se 20th & other than the address they had sent the supena too for him to show at court. Victim never showed up to court so that charge was dropped although that gave them reason to keep the possession charge which they classified as Trafficking because they could get away with it seeing as how it barely hit the mark still of 20 grams.
Now they are trying to give him a 20 year prison sentence & using his past of 24 years ago against him although it is not even in the time frame of the 10 years after completion of the sentence. And its not supposed to work like that.
"This is why statistics say that once you gone to prison then people most times always go back."
Richard had been working, had a very good pying job that he had been working at for quite some time & his last felony had been 8 years back now & it was for a possession as well, but also when he stole a toolbox out of the back of a truck. He was given Burglary 2 & those were his latest charges & they themselves were almost 10 years ago. Instead of looking at his life now though, at court they used his many charges back 24 years ago while he was barely past a teen to hold him incarcerated on a high bond which they would not reduce at the bond reduction hearing. And trying to give him 20 years on what is a possession charge that was illegally obtained in the fierst place.

CASE # CF-2018-4243

Posted by stacyprivett on 08/13/2019 at 5:02 AM

Re: “Reform justice

We had court today & it's all over a possession charge which they have listed as Trafficking because that's how they do things. They try to prosecute you as much as possible by using terms that don't really apply & it depends on if they want to send you to prison or not. But technically there are so many ways it's easy to get around inside how our laws are laid out.

Today we went for a bond reduction hearing & instead of looking at the case these days, the District Attorney's office brought up the charges he had on Richard when he was 18 & 20 years old. That's 24 years ago & why should it matter in a case today? He was a kid then & those type charges have not applied since then either & so why does it have a bearing on his life today?


He had finished his time for that & we are talking about someone's life which has changed & since they been released they have had no charges referring to actual crime being done & all he has received is this possession charge.

During that hearing his Attorney Micah Sielert covered & covered well how Richard was working these days & had a well established job since release. That Richard has lived here all his life & that he has a support system these days too. That obviously his new wife stands by him & a few others have too. I know of 2 people besides myself who have sent in letters telling how Richard has made an impact on them these days, & also how there had been no substantial reason for his search in the first place & so that charge had been dropped.

The attorney mentioned it was barely the amount to consider as trafficking & that sentence has been changed & lowered. But even with that fact this case does not show to be an actual trafficking case.

Then came in District Attorney John Brewer & for his plea he mentioned Richard's charges but never stated the fact that those charges had been 22 to 24 years ago when Richard was 18 - 20 years old & not charges that have even been within the 10 year period that supposed to matter after a case has been closed.

Richard had charges from 1995, when he was 18 years old & almost 25 years ago). And then in 2002, making that 18 years ago, & that's the just of his charges that hold him being a violent offender with an outrageous bond amount that they won't lower, & this why now they feel like for what was obviously (and they know it & were lowing it to that), but his possession now has him looking at 15 years prison time when for everybody else it is a misdemeaner charge.


Other than those charges Richard was only in trouble once & that was in 2013 for a possession & grabbing a toolbox out of the back of a truck. They have it listed as Burglary 2 & for that one incident in 2013 he was incarcerated 5 years, & now it's another possession & they want to throw 15 years in it because of what he did when he was a young 25 years ago & not to mention that Richard grew up on SE 23rd & Central which was the very worst side of town. I don't really have a record but I grew up in Moore. He grew up on a side of town that is extremely violent & he has changed his life enough that in the past 18 years time he has only caught that one in 2013 which is nothing much & for what.. .? (it's always a life sentence)

Why do they make sayings like these if are system don't believe in them?

"" We all have a past, the difference between those people who achieve thier dreams & the difference between those who don't is they don't let the past define them."

"Your mistakes don't define your character, it's what you do after you have made the mistake that makes all the difference."

I have learnt that it's always a life sentence & that's what causes things to never change!

I feel the 10 years after a sentence is already crazy because they give someone a 5 year deferred & then make it to where even 10 years after that it still matters. Don't they mean a 15 deferred because a deferred is basically promising that you won't get in any trouble for those 5 years or else you will do time. But even 10 years after then you get in trouble your gonna do that time still because that gives you priors & see so whatever they have you on doubles. So you best hope it is not a rough charge because it don't matter how minor your prior charge was because enhancements don't work like you would think here. Enhancements are not for repeating the same type charge like I thought.. . Enhancements come solely because of previous charge, or charges..

Well, come to find out now it's really a life sentence once you have had a charge because the ones they brought up at Richard's court date which made him sound like a violent offender were the ones that happened 22-24 years ago. Not anything was mentioned by the Prosecutor in that case today that was within those 10 years back even. Otherwise he would not have those type charges to make his case sound bad at all.

It seems to work because this is actually giving them reason to charge him with 15 years in prison over a possession charge,! So why not just call everything a life sentence & just leave it at that !

You would think it would be based on your recent life & that's why they say once someone goes to prison then it leads them back again & again. Maybe it's not them & maybe it's because we never accept their change & therefore never allow it to stay that way!

That's what I am here for & its to observe things from the other position of things & help understand where we lack here. From this position is where all the answers come from.

Yours truly, STACY PRIVETT

Posted by stacyprivett on 04/25/2019 at 1:16 PM

Re: “Reform justice

He had been released about a year from prison & spent his entire adult life there & drugs became a habit in the system & now that he is out & doing good, THEY KEEP OFFERING HIM 15 YEARS ON WHAT IS A POSSESSION CHARGE. HE HAS A REAL HARD TIME AS IT IS ADJUSTING TO THINGS OUT HERE & WHAT ARE THEY SAYING IS THAT HE DONT DESERVE HELP BECOMING PART OF SOCIETY. THE ADDICTION CAME FROM INCARCERATION & FOR EVERYONE ELSE WHO BECAME ADDICTED OUT HERE THEY ARE FINDING ALTERNATIVES, But for Richard Urrutia there can't be nothing but another 15 years on a possession which is technically a misdemeaner now. SO WHAT DOES INCARCERATION DO FOR SOMETHING DEVELOPED THROUGH INCARCERATION ??????

("We believe that issues of addiction and mental illness are better addressed through treatment than through punishment," said Kris Steele, who leads Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform, which led the election campaign. "When we incarcerate a low-level offender and attract a felony charge to that individual, it tends to make a bad situation worse."
With the new law, Steele estimates Oklahoma will save $45 million over the next ten years, as more offenders receive treatment instead.)

AND HE HAS ALSO DEVELOPED SCHITOPRENIA FROM YEARS & YEARS OF BEING SECLUDED IN A SMALL SPACE BY HIMSELF & IF I CAN HELP CHANGE HIS LIFE SO FAR THEN I DONT KNOW WHATS WRONG WITH AN ENTIRE JUSTICE SYSTEM NOT BEING ABLE TOO MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

Richard Urrutia Jr. himself is 42 now & his old friends gave him his job & since it pays $20 bucks an hour then Richard took it. He had started to work a bunch those last 2 weeks because as soon as money started rolling in then he was so proud of himself & talked about what all he can do. He works pretty hard you know & it had been recently he was taking on 2 jobs for a minute.

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Posted by stacyprivett on 04/20/2019 at 12:23 AM

Re: “Reform justice

OKLAHOMA COUNTY vs RICHARD URRUTIA Jr. case# CF2018-4243

This is the case I am working on now because he was illegally approached to begin with when he was searched, but all he has is a habit & it showed. Plus, he has always been in prison & just got out & thats where that habit formed. Now they wanna give him 15 years back in prison for that when they should help him instead. He was incarcerated 22 out of 42 years of his life & they wish to put him back in for 15 years because he was caught with a bag of dope in his pocket.

Richard should of never been searched & now the D.A comes at him with 15 years on that. The officer stated at arrest that he going to charge him with whatever he can & the biggest he can.

Supposedly officer weighed it out at 23 grams with the container, they charged him with Trafficking even though there was not one single thing as far as scales, or baggies, or anything besides being a personal bag. Richard does not have a history of anything as that & now they are trying to give him 15 years on what was really just a possession charge & nothing more. He had a real good paying job but now he sits in jail for 8 months already because I cant post bond.

For someone who has just been released from prison after spending his entire adult life in prison, & has a habit formed while they were in prison then you would think they would decide to help him adjust to the outside better. And not try to Double Jeopardy someone by then turning around & trying to lock then up another 15 years on a possession charge. And Richard is schitzophrenic now too because isolation like that from other human contact has a tendency to form that. And it had. But Richard had been doing great & adjusting well because I HAVE BEEN THERE FOR HIM & HELPED HIM ADJUST. IF I CAN DO IT THEN WHY CANT THE SYSTEM HELP WHEN THEIR NEW LAWS SAY THEY WILL HELP THOSE WITH ADDICTIONS & NOT JUST IMPRISON THEM. Richard had even made it past his probational period after release.

YOUR TRULY, Stacy Privett
incognitoprivett.blogspot.com

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Posted by stacyprivett on 04/14/2019 at 7:31 PM

Re: “Reform justice

OKLAHOMA COUNTY vs RICHARD URRUTIA Jr. case# CF2018-4243

This is the case I am working on now because he was illegally approached to begin with when he was searched, but all he has is a habit & it showed. Plus, he has always been in prison & just got out & thats where that habit formed. Now they wanna give him 15 years back in prison for that when they should help him instead. He was incarcerated 22 out of 42 years of his life & they wish to put him back in for 15 years because he was caught with a bag of dope in his pocket.

Richard should of never been searched & now the D.A comes at him with 15 years on that. The officer stated at arrest that he going to charge him with whatever he can & the biggest he can.

Supposedly officer weighed it out at 23 grams with the container, they charged him with Trafficking even though there was not one single thing as far as scales, or baggies, or anything besides being a personal bag. Richard does not have a history of anything as that & now they are trying to give him 15 years on what was really just a possession charge & nothing more. He had a real good paying job but now he sits in jail for 8 months already because I cant post bond.

For someone who has just been released from prison after spending his entire adult life in prison, & has a habit formed while they were in prison then you would think they would decide to help him adjust to the outside better. And not try to Double Jeopardy someone by then turning around & trying to lock then up another 15 years on a possession charge. And Richard is schitzophrenic now too because isolation like that from other human contact has a tendency to form that. And it had. But Richard had been doing great & adjusting well because I HAVE BEEN THERE FOR HIM & HELPED HIM ADJUST. IF I CAN DO IT THEN WHY CANT THE SYSTEM HELP WHEN THEIR NEW LAWS SAY THEY WILL HELP THOSE WITH ADDICTIONS & NOT JUST IMPRISON THEM. Richard had even made it past his probational period after release.
YOUR TRULY, Stacy Privett
incognitoprivett.blogspot.com

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Posted by stacyprivett on 04/14/2019 at 7:22 PM

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