John and Elizabeth talk frankly about John's interactions with the Court, his public defenders, and the state prosecutor. We talk about John's pro se motion to the court to have his public defender removed from the case (in Florida this is called a Nelson hearing) and how John felt like it was three against one, and he was on his own. The court granted his motion. We talked about the front page story that ran one Sunday in late May this year (May 26, 2019) in the Sarasota, Florida Herald Tribune, a newspaper which has recently won Pulitzer Prizes for its investigations of racism in criminal sentencing, and systemic abuses of the elderly in the Guardianship court. Billy Cox of the Herald Tribune spent six months researching the story, including interviewing the Coroner and State Attorney's office. https://www.heraldtribune.com/news/20190526/long-ordeal-for-bradenton-man-accused-in-childs-death Billy Cox visited the child's (Knowellan "Nolan" Kelly) grave but discovered when he arrived at the Mansion Park Cemetery in Ellenton, Florida, that there was no grave marker on Nolan's grave. John and Elizabeth have been working on a solution to that sad situation and talk about their visit to the cemetery where Nolan is buried.