I talked to someone who went to Kevin's hearing
yesterday. He said it wa pretty much a kangaroo
court. I'm repeating here what he told me.
Secret Service special Agent Ray LeBeau said that Kevin was crazy and should be locked up.
Two shrinks also said that Kevin was crazy and should be locked up.
[Both of the psychiatrists diagnosed me as having the "psychotic disorder, not otherwise specified," meaning that they thought I was mentally disordered but that they could not determine with what specific mental illness. --Kevin Walsh]
The cops admitted that they had their guns draw when they approched Kevin to arrest him. They also said that Kevin drew his gun when the cops approached him.
I'm not sure if there was a screw up in that no arrest warrent was issued for Kevin. Agent Ray LeBeau said that he was not aware that an arrest warrant was required to detain Kevin. I don't know if this means that an arrest warrant was needed to arrest Kevin, but was not issued.
No evidence was presented on Kevin committing any crimes or threating the president.
Kevin did have some type of counsel to represent him. Kevin's counsel said something to the effect that Kevin's civil rights were being violated.
[My counsel at the hearing was a public defender named Vince Triano. He did a very good job representing me, and I would like to thank him for his efforts. Tennie Martin represented me on appeal. --Kevin Walsh]
But that didn't matter. The judge ordered that Kevin be locked up in the mental hospital for up to 180 days at the descrition of the people that run the mental hospital.
Kevin could be contacted at:
480-344-2193or visited at:
Desert Vista Campus
FREE KEVIN WALSH home Page
Kevin Walsh was a political prisoner who was jailed in a mental hospital by the Secret Service for his anti-Bush statements. Kevin Walsh had committed no crimes and the Secret Service had no evidence to charge Kevin Walsh with any crimes.