Thursday, November 24, 2016

"Suspicious fire" (possible arson) at home of Birmingham registrant who has been harassed by a neighbor's sign

Birmingham resident Jessica Lessley has gotten a lot of publicity for posting a giant sign in her yard with info on her neighbor, a registered citizen.

Interestingly, Jessica Lessley has been harassing a registered citizen by posting a huge sign in her yard but when her victim retaliated, HE was arrested for harassment instead. The Sheriff's Office failed to protect the registrant AND his family from harassment from a neighbor. Now, a "suspicious fire" occur at the residence. If it is anything besides Lessley trying to burn the house down, I'd be shocked.

Where has Sheriff Mike Hale an his underlings in all this? Too busy protecting the woman who likely tried to burn this house down.

Fire set at sex offender’s home in Birmingham

By Austin Hasenmueller
Published: November 24, 2016, 11:03 am  Updated: November 24, 2016, 11:05 am

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — A suspicious fire was set at the home of known sex offender Raymond Martin on 10th Street Robinwood. Investigators want to know if someone is sending him a message.

The fire call went out around 9:30 a.m. on Thursday. According to the fire department, the fire started in the back of the house.

A neighbor told CBS42 that the fire started shortly after a lady, who also lives in the house with Martin, left the house with food. Martin was not home at the time of the fire because he is currently in jail on a harassment charge, according to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office website.

Jefferson County Sheriff Deputies said they will be on the scene and are waiting for the Center Point Fire Marshal to arrive in order to determine the cause of the fire.

We will update you with more information as we receive it.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Donation Drive for Miami Homeless Camp now underway

Fellow activists,

Tomorrow officially kicks off the “holiday shopping season,” and while many of you will start shopping for your families, I’ll begin my shopping for a few total strangers at the Miami homeless camp. I am heading to the camp for Christmas, and I want to spread a little holiday cheer to those at the camp who don’t have a family to spend Christmas with at the camp. Thus, I’m reminding everyone to donate to to help send some much-needed supplies to the homeless camp. My focus is on hygiene products, socks and underwear, as suggested by my contact at the camp. Socks, underwear and laundry detergent are expensive items that don’t get donated often to programs that assist the poor.

If you want to help me spread a little holiday cheer, you can send a monetary donation to Derek Logue, 8258 Monon Ave., Apt. 3, Cincinnati, OH 45216 or through Paypal to (Please don’t write checks/M.O.s to “Once Fallen,” because I can’t cash them that way.) Supplies can be shipped to this address as well if you prefer to send socks, underwear and hygiene products rather than money. If you have further questions, call me at 513-238-2873 or email me at

--Derek W. Logue of ReFORM-AL

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Vigilante scumbag Jay Maynor receives 40 years for cold-blooded murder of registered citizen

Looks like Jaybird will be a JAYLBIRD for the next 40 years.

Man pleads guilty for murder of sex offender
David Palmer  Nov 14, 2016

A man charged with murder and shooting into a Berlin convenience store in 2014 pleaded guilty today in Cullman County Circuit Court.

Jay Maynor, 43, of Cullman, was arrested and charged with the June 2014 murder of 59-year-old Berlin resident Raymond Earl Brooks, who was a convicted sex offender. He was arrested by Alabama State Troopers shortly after the shooting occurred. Brooks was a convicted sex offender.

Cullman County District Attorney Wilson Blaylock said Maynor was given a 40-year sentence for the killing of Brooks. He also received 20 years for attempted murder for shooting into the Berlin Plaza Quick Stop.

The Cullman County Sheriff’s Office initially responded to a call regarding gunfire at the Berlin Plaza Quick Stop on U.S. Highway 278 shortly before the shooting death.