Huntsville, August 2 – Political prisoner Adrian Heath was released from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division, at 11:01 a.m., this morning, August 2, 2017. His imprisonment, allegedly for illegal voting, was nothing short of a travesty of justice. It makes Montgomery County look like a corrupt South American dictatorship.
Those directly responsible for Heath’s imprisonment as a political prisoner are:
- former State Senator Tommy Williams, who, on behalf of The Woodlands Development Company, lobbied for the Texas Attorney General to prosecute Heath and others for illegal voting under a statute never used against an individual. Basically, the law in Texas now is that a person can vote wherever they want to vote, unless they dare go against a real estate developer with political connections.
- Woodlands attorney James Stilwell, who represented The Woodlands Development Company, and who lobbied for Heath’s prosecution.
- Spring attorney Bruce Tough, who represented The Woodlands Development Company, and who lobbied for Heath’s prosecution.
- former Attorney General Greg Abbott who succumbed to the political pressure that Williams, The Woodlands Development Company, Stilwell, and Tough put on him.
- The Woodlands Development Company, which is more aptly characterized as “the heart of darkness.”
While it’s great that Heath’s ordeal is largely over, the scars on him are ones from which he may never recover. While Heath was in prison, local political boss Marc Davenport repeatedly made fun of Heath on social media in a manner far more disgusting than this newspaper is willing to reprint. Davenport and his wife County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport have accused Conroe City Councilman Ham of “rolling with the haters.” That’s incorrect, because Ham has cut off all of ties from the haters, who most clearly are Marc Davenport, Stephanne Davenport, Wayne Mack, and James Metts.
Welcome home, Adrian Heath!