Preventing Anthony Williams From Coming Forward #1
A written document dated October 3, 2011 was initialed and signed off on by Anthony Williams. The document spells out Williams’ request to have Atty. Sommers represent him and to what are the priorities of Sommers.
This document (Attachment #69) was done in strict accordance with the Supreme Court Rules, which were followed to the “T”. A reading of this document shows that Anthony Williams was not painted a rosy picture by Sommers as to his prospects. In fact, Williams was told that the best case scenario Sommers could envision was that Williams would be convicted of felony murder versus first degree intentional homicide.
The document substantiates that Williams was, in an effort to attempt to facilitate being convicted for felony murder rather than first degree intentional homicide, willing to provide complete information on criminality that Williams was aware of in the Madison area. The document shows that Williams had informed Sommers of criminal activities involving Lic Squad/MAD. The document spells out that Williams had informed Sommers of the facts behind criminal activities orchestrated by both Ashton Davis and Darell Fowler.
The document spelled out that Williams had informed Sommers of his personal observances and conversations which led Williams to believe that Fowler and Davis were protected by dirty cops.
The document spelled out that Williams was aware that Atty. Sommers represented Demarious Gray and that Sommers believed Gray was being railroaded for the benefit of Davis and Fowler. The document spelled out that Williams was aware that Sommers would continue to prioritize his efforts to expose dirty cops protecting criminals, and his prior and current representation of Demarious Gray.
The document spells out that Williams made a free, intelligent, and voluntary decision, in light of all of the above facts, to request that Atty. Sommers represent him on his homicide case.
Neither the Dane County DA’s Office nor the Dane County courts could ever allow Atty. Sommers to represent Williams.
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