Category Archives: Newsome Conspiracy Case

Balch versus Blacks and Blue-Collar Competitors

This post originally posted on February 6, 2018. Now with the aftermath of the conviction of Balch & Bingham partner Joel I. Gilbert, we have updated the post in purple. We, the CDLU, continue to visit regularly with the North Birmingham community. The institutional racism in North Birmingham is real.  With a population that is … Continue reading Balch versus Blacks and Blue-Collar Competitors

Explosive New Evidence: Balch Linked to Birth of Newsome Conspiracy

Seier’s entity was interacting with Balch & Bingham six-months before he pulled a gun on Newsome. Since the Newsome Conspiracy Case began to be litigated over three years ago, the co-conspirators have repeatedly said they did not know each other. Now, we have discovered explosive evidence that someone appears to be lying. Perjury, some would … Continue reading Explosive New Evidence: Balch Linked to Birth of Newsome Conspiracy

Sick: Newsome Family Sent Threatening Package

You would think the thugs behind the alleged targeted break-in of the vehicle driven by Burt Newsome’s wife were beyond stupid in this day of high-definition video surveillance and phone tracking software. But now come the real sick, idiots who sent the Newsome family a threatening package: Five pieces of luggage and numerous clothing outfits. … Continue reading Sick: Newsome Family Sent Threatening Package

Robinson and Smitherman: Parallel Scandals

Besides the fact that former State Representative Oliver Robinson’s district overlapped State Senator Rodger Smitherman’s district, the parallel scandals share many elements, unsavory conduct, and a cast of dubious characters. In his Writ, Burt Newsome argues powerfully about the familiar, similar type of conduct: laundering money to a politician, utilizing political connections, and working with clients … Continue reading Robinson and Smitherman: Parallel Scandals

Southern Company Socked by Ronnlund Conduct

Robert M. Ronnlund, a Birmingham attorney who appears to have engaged in alleged criminal obstruction of justice in the Burt Newsome Conspiracy Case by dispatching a bogus letter to AT&T, looks like he engaged in additional shenanigans that raise serious if not damning questions about professional conduct. After Newsome was wrongly targeted and falsely arrested, … Continue reading Southern Company Socked by Ronnlund Conduct