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  • Government Name: Demetrius Hill
  • Register Number: 68133-053
  • Age:35
  • Time Served:10+ years
  • Home Town:New York, New York
  • Sentence:20 years
  • Current Charge:Felon in poss. of firearm; Interference w/ Commerce via robbery of narcotics traffickers; conspiracy to robbery of said narcotics traffickers
  • Alias:O.G, Panther
  • Release Date:Release Date
  • Prison Affiliation:Blood (95KShine)
  • Circle of Influence:Tewhan Butler
  • Institution:Special Management Unit at USP Lewisburg
  • When will u break free and take away this pain

Demetrius Hill

Demetrius Hill has been incarcerated over ten years, serving a 20 year sentence for supposedly being a felon in possession of a firearm (18 U.S.C. 922(g); interference with commerce via robbery of narcotics traffickers (18 U.S.C. 1951); and conspiracy to robbery of said narcotics traffickers (18 U.S.C. 1951).

Not a single “narcotics trafficker” testified at Mr. Hill’s trial that he robbed them or anyone else, In fact, there are no “victim/witnesses” who attested to ever being robbed by Mr. Hill. The government proposes the specious contention that drug dealers would not go to the police, a contention that is clearly false as per United States v. Peterson, 236 F.3d 848 (7th Cir. 2001). Of the two firearms produced at the trial, not one contained Mr. Hill’s fingerprints and a Pastor of a church, who was present during the arrest of Mr. Hill, denied seeing police ever remove any firearm from Mr. Hill’s person, and testified to this effect during a suppression hearing conducted. (See, January 24, 2003 Tr. of Pastor Skillings) There were no drugs or robbery proceeds e.g. money produced at Mr. Hill’s trial- none exists. Hill was not apprehended while committing a robbery of anyone, nor fleeing any robbery scene, and two alleged robbery victims, when shown a photo-array which included Mr. Hill, denied any participation by Hill.

Mr. Hill was convicted after a jury trial —  atrial in the year 2005 that consisted of not one single black or Latino person — based on the testimony of S.G.; O.E.; N.E.; D.S.; J.R.; C.P. and a confidential informant which the government refused to disclose his/her identity. All are free in exchange for Mr. Hill’s incarceration. N.E. testified for her brother “O.E.’s” freedom. All the remaining testifiers were members of law enforcement.

Mr. Hill was charged and convicted of over 25 robberies in New York and New Jersey, yet not one victim-initiated police report exists. Initially, Mr. Hill was represented by Attorney Kevin Keating who was appointed by the Judicial CJA Act on the federal charge of 18 U.S.C. 922(g) firearm count- the only charge in May 2002. The same weapons charge was concomitantly pending in N.Y. State Courts despite the common practice of dismissing the State charge in lieu of the federal case. Since via New York State Constitution such dual conviction would constitute “double jeopardy.” Mr. Keating nonetheless demanded and received payment for the State weapons charge, which was dismissed sua sponte by the State prosecutions office then refused to return said monies. (See Exhibit A)

To be continued.


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