Daniel S. Jason got sentenced by Judge Paul Miller to 45 years in prison for having Asperger Syndrome. The amazing thing is that he did not even step into Iowa. All of his communications were from Illinois. He ended up having a bench trial because otherwise he was going to have to wear a shock belt which can knock you unconscious and cause you to defecate. Daniel has not been violent, but like many other people with Asperger Syndrome, he is a nuisance. His ex-girlfriend is embarrassed she had a relationship with him. Daniel does not think he did do anything wrong. The Judge gave him an exceptionally hard sentence because he did know show remorse like most people with Autism.
“This message is for Cynthia Courter. My name is Fred Thomas. I’ve been sending you emails (to an account that you do not use anymore) and would like you to respond back to me. If you can’t respond back to me I really hope that I don’t have to send your office some really, I don’t know embarrassing information perhaps. So if you can just write back to me and answer my questions that I’ve asked for you I’d really appreciate it. Bye.”
“Yeah Cynthia Courter, you need to text message me or us email me or seething cause I’m really getting angry and I’m going to tell your employer all your dirty information, all your secrets and if you think you’re going to be really embarrassed you should respond back to me. Bye.”
Where is NAMI? Where is the Autism Society of America? Where are the citizens of Iowa?
Iowa has adopted a system that was started in NAZI Germany. Wartime, Adolf Hitler suggested, “was the best time for the elimination of the incurably ill.” Many Germans did not want to be reminded of individuals who did not measure up to their concept of a “master race.” The physically and mentally handicapped were viewed as “useless” to society, a threat to Aryan genetic purity, and, ultimately, unworthy of life. At the beginning of World War II, individuals who were mentally retarded, physically handicapped, or mentally ill were targeted for murder in what the Nazis called the “T-4,” or “euthanasia,” program.
Iowa knows that people with Asperger Syndrome are prone to be bullied so giving Daniel a life sentence is equivalent to killing him. I told Janet Lyness that in a meeting that she might as well shoot Daniel in the back alley with her proposed charges.
I accuse prosecutor Janet Lyness, Judge Paul Miller and Police Chief Sam Hargadine for crimes against humanity. They deserve a just sentence in the Iowa Department of Corrections.
Do you want to know more?
I recently appears on a cable station on a show called Cooper’s Corner. The link will be provided at a later date for additional information.
Read the petition also.