Ranking Order of Texas 7 - Randy Halprin

Randy Halprin
 "We tend to see a person in the moment, not as the journey they travelled to get here."  Kat Lehmann

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Randy's Case
Ranking Order of The Texas 7

During Randy's trial a document was discovered buried deep in boxes of State documents; this document was a particular compilation of the order of the Texas 7 from the strongest leadership qualities, to the weakest. However, the Judge would not allow the Jury to see this document because its authorship was not known and therefore, the prosecution argued that it could not be presented under the 'Hearsay Rules'. It was obvious that the State intentionally withheld the information needed, therefore violating Randy's constitutional rights under what is known as 'The Brady Rule'. Brady essentially says that "Whatever evidence there is that is favorable to the defendant, the prosecutor MUST turn over to the Defense".  

The document that the Jury did not see showed Randy as the weakest link in the group, and the least dangerous. Had the Jury been able to view this important piece of evidence, they may have spared his life instead of giving him a death sentence.  

In May 2019, Randy's attorneys completed an in depth investigation into the Judge who presided over Randy's trial - Judge Vickers Cunningham. It was discovered that during his trial, the Jury had sent several notes to the Judge expressing their concern about convicting Randy under the Law Of Parties, and asking numerous questions...No responses to these questions were found. Together with the evidence of Judge Cunningham's anti-Semitic remarks about Randy, and the evidence in Randy's favour being kept from the jury, we believe his trial was completely unfair.

This document is uploaded here, and is known as the 'Ranking Order of the Texas 7'. You will also see other documents which back up the order in which Randy and his co-defendants appear in the 'Ranking' document.




Copy of Ranking Document - this is one of the most important documents in Randy's case
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