Henry Folsom told Jeffrey Weinhaus that he “wanted to return his computer equipment to him.” In no uncertain terms he wrote, in his September 11, 2012 report, that Weinhaus was under the impression that he was to receive back his computers, which, as one friend noted, caused Weinhaus, who had been without the tools of his trade for a couple of weeks, to be “on top of the world.”
Yet a couple of months later – after Weinhaus had been shot and recovered, and was being dragged through legal land by Folsom’s claims as levied by prosecutor Robert E. Parks, it’s claimed that Weinhaus “knew or reasonably should have known that the officers were making an arrest”, thus an additional felony charge for “Resisting or interfering with an arrest for a felony.”
Folsom is caught in a lie. In legal land that’s called perjury. He should be held accountable and Weinhaus, who has been held in a cage for months, should be freed.
And as Parks, who had access to Folsom’s September report, knowingly went ahead with the November indictment, one might put-forth that Parks himself should be charged with suborning perjury, per Missouri Revised Statutes 106.230 > 106.240 > 106.50 >106.220.
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- Robert E. Parks (the prosecutor) 636.538.6370
- MSHP Troop I (where Henry Folsom, the shooter, works) 573.368.2345
- MSHP Troop C (where the “investigators” work) 636.300.2800
- Franklin County Jail (where Weinhaus is caged) 636.583.2560
From the September 11, 2012 report filed by Henry Folsom
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From the November 28, 2012 indictment filed by the “State of Missouri”
[read indictment in-full via Scribd.com/CopBlock]
Statutes relevant to potential charges against Parks
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