Letters to the Judge In Lostutter Case: Have You Sent Yours?

Convicted felon, Deric Lostutter‘s sentencing in his federal criminal case happens in two weeks from today – March 8 at 9AM EST.  Many have submitted letters, including his mother and “partner” Skye Casserotti who made false claims on Deric’s behalf.  I’m not surprised.  Nothing about Deric Lostutter or his family and friends shocks me anymore.  

There are only 13 more days until the sentencing.  For those who want to mail a letter to the Judge on Deric’s case, PLEASE do so.  I understand that there are many who are terrified of retaliation.  I think all of us who have stood up to him have probably thought twice about doing so, but your voice is important.  I know that there are many out there who have been terrorized and victimized by Deric, and I know you are probably afraid to sign off on a letter to the Judge to tell your own personal story.  If you are afraid to affix your name to the letter for fear of retaliation, I don’t see an issue with signing it anonymously with an explanation of your fear for not identifying yourself.   Your hesitation and fear is nothing to be ashamed of.  Point out in your correspondence to the Judge that you are fearful.  Make it known that Deric is evil and will retaliate. The Judge knows this.  The Magistrate called Deric and his brother out as liars, and that Deric was completely and “utterly unbelievable”.  He knows that he’s not dealing with an angel, and he knows that Deric is a LIAR.  Remember, part of Deric’s crime is that he harassed and victimized innocent people  and then he LIED to the FBI about his crime.  

Deric set out to HURT people.  His intention was to terrorize innocent people to draw public attention to himself.  Read the Plea Agreement.   But time is running out for you to let the Judge know your concerns.  The judge needs to know your thoughts, your experiences with him and again, if you are afraid of retaliation – TELL THE JUDGE. It is very important that he know that people are legitimately afraid of him.

Send correspondence to:

The Honorable Danny C. Reeves
United States District Judge
US District Court
101 Barr Street
Lexington, KY 40507

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