Documents concerning the Lucasville Prison Riot 1993

  1. George Skatzes: his own notes (61 pages):  The following was typed on 2/4/1998 by Ann Louck from George Skatzes’ 122 pages of handwritten notes.
    “Pages 1-10 I wrote sometime around the end of Jan. 1995 or the first part of Feb. 1995.
    The long walk from Indictment to the trial is indeed hard! …”
  2. Affidavit of Facts by Staughton and Alice Lynd for George Skatzes, Montgomery County Court of Appeals no. 15848 (PDF 177 pages)
  3. The Innocence of George Skatzes, by Staughton and Alice Lynd (PDF, 7 pages)
  4. Habeas Corpus George Skatzes Case No. 3:09-cv-289 in the US District Court for the Southern District of Ohio (PDF, 176 pages)
  5. Petitioner’s Traverse, in the US District Court for the Southern District of Ohio West Division at Dayton, Case No. 3:09-cv-289, George Skatzes v. Keith Smith, Warden (PDF, 304 pages)
  6. Deposition of Alice Lynd (recorded Dec. 14, 2005), in the case State of Ohio v. Eric Girdy, Case no. 05CR001416, in the Court of Common Pleas, Scioto County, Ohio (PDF, 54 pages)
  7. Weekly Column by Justice Paul Pfeiffer: Lucasville Prison Riot (18 May 2005), in which he himself was a judge, and Article in Marion Star newspaper by judge Pfeiffer (28 May 2005), followed by a clear response to Paul Pfeiffer from Ann Louck of Marion (24 June 2005). (PDF 18 pages), to cite her:
    “I dont know when, but the day will be coming when everyone is going to know the whole story, the true story about the State’s violations of the Lucasville criminal prosecutions, what was done to these inmates and that the Ohio Supreme Court was well aware that Special Prosecutor Piepmeier was blocking inmates from getting effective assistance of counsel prior to indictments against any of the 407 that were affected, because they would not incriminate themselves.”
  8. Affidavit of Aaron Jefferson stating George Skatzes’ innocence (PDF, 3 pages)
  9. Affidavit of Eric Girdy stating George Skatzes’ innocence (PDF, 4 pages)

10. Transcript of Prosecutor’s Statement, page 5751, about prisoner turned informer Lavelle (1 page)

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