July 1, 2012
Attorney General Roy Cooper
FAX: (919) 716-6750 – 5 pages
Defective Serology Protocol by SBI Misdemeanor Serology Unit
Dear Attorney General Roy Cooper:
Notary Joyce Davin notarized the fraudulent serology process by the Department of Health employee Stephanie Raysich and the SBI serology unit. Me and potentially hundreds of other victims need financial relief.
Following this page is:
- Evidence showing that serology sample was left out of refrigerator for several months.
- Letter from NC Attorney General Roy Cooper’s office stating that the State Bureau of Investigation does not preserve serology samples left at room temperature for months.
(Serology samples are supposed to be refrigerated at -20C. When left at room temperature, the samples actually increase in alcohol content).
- Joyce Davin, who is a notary, not an attorney, notarized the defective protocol by the SBI.
Please call, write or email me and let me know that you will ask Governor Perdue to establish a victim’s fund for personal, professional and economic harm caused by unlawful convictions due to the SBI’s defective misdemeanor serology procedure..