CASE NOL PROSSED (DISMISSED BY THE PROSECUTION)

This case against Scott Wesley Mayo was nol prossed (dismissed by the prosecution).

Your Honor:

These charges are both false and frivolous, because the accusations on which they are based are both false and frivolous.

The last time my uncle, Dr. Robert Cooper Pyle, spoke with me on the phone, he was returning a call I had made to him regarding my parents.  Both of my elderly parents had fallen, and my father seemed overwhelmed by the situation.  I called my Uncle Robert immediately, and asked him to speak with my father about calling an ambulance for himself and my mother.  Uncle Robert never answered his phone, but I left a voicemail, detailing my concerns to him.  And my Uncle Robert returned my call, and updated me on my parents’ condition.  Your Honor, that was the last time my Uncle Robert spoke with me on the phone—years ago.

And Your Honor, I cannot even remember when I last visited my Uncle Robert at his house—but that was years ago too.

Your Honor, on the night of August 15, 2017, I returned from an open mic of the West Florida Literary Federation at the Pensacola Cultural Center, only to find that my truck had been towed away from a parking lot across Government Street from Seville Quarter.

I had no cash in my wallet that night—since I had no cash at all, at that time.  And since I had no cellphone or smartphone (I choose not to have a cellphone or smartphone, because I choose to limit the Digital-Age technology in my life), I had to use a phone at Seville Quarter to call for a ride home, or for financial assistance for a ride home.  And the only reason I called my Uncle Robert that night was because I could only make local calls on Seville Quarter’s phones—and my Uncle Robert was my closest living relative.  I first called my friend—but my friend could not drive at night, and his son was out of town.  When I called my Uncle Robert then, he could have answered his phone, even to tell me not to call him again—even to tell me to go to hell.

But he never did, Your Honor—I could only leave a message, or messages, on his answering machine.  I gave him the number of the Seville Quarter club from which I was calling, and asked him to return my call.  I waited at least thirty minutes, but he never returned my call—and he never answered his phone.

Your Honor, I had no way of knowing if anyone was even home at my Uncle Robert’s residence that night—because no one at his residence ever answered the phone.  And I had no way of knowing what my Uncle Robert’s schedule was—or his family’s schedule was—because no one from his residence had contacted me for years.  Your Honor, I had no way of even knowing, with absolute certainty, that my Uncle Robert was still living at that residence in Gulf Breeze—because no one ever answered the phone.   

Your Honor, even if my Uncle Robert simply did not want to answer the phone that night—no matter what—he could have called me the next day, and spoken with me about my call of the night before.  But he never did that either.

Your Honor, my Uncle Robert did not take the time to simply answer his phone on the night of August 15, 2017—or return my call, or calls—but he took the time to call the Gulf Breeze Police Department, and lie to a police officer about me, his nephew.

And my Uncle Robert did lie to Officer Weiers that night, Your Honor—several times.  And the most malicious lie my Uncle Robert told Officer Weiers was that he had told me not to call him on his phone.  Your Honor, my Uncle Robert has never told me not to call him on his phone—he has never told me that, any time in my life.

Your Honor, my uncle, Dr. Robert Cooper Pyle, could have simply answered his phone on the night of August 15, 2017.  But he never did—just as he never told me why, at least six months before, he had blocked his phone without ever taking any of my calls, or returning any of my calls.

Your Honor, my uncle, Dr. Robert Cooper Pyle, who considers himself an upstanding Christian, violated the commandment, Thou shalt not commit adultery, decades ago—and divorced his wife, and married his illicit lover, instead of taking any responsibility for that violation.

And now, Your Honor, my uncle, Dr. Robert Cooper Pyle, has violated the commandment, Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour.  And he persists in this violation, instead of taking any responsibility for this violation.

Your Honor, it is for these reasons that I am not guilty of these charges.  As mentioned, Your Honor, these charges are false—because the accusations on which they are based are false.

Your Honor, thank you for your time and consideration, in reading this statement—and in considering my position, in this dispute with my uncle, Dr. Robert Cooper Pyle.

Again, these charges are both false and frivolous, because the accusations on which they are based are both false and frivolous.

Scott Wesley Mayo

Sunday, April 29, 2018

2 Responses to “CASE NOL PROSSED (DISMISSED BY THE PROSECUTION)”


  1. 1 solosocial June 22, 2018 at 2:39 am

    Fwd: FROM SCOTT MAYO, RE TWO ONLINE PETITIONS I HAVE STARTED

    Sat, Jan 13, 2018 3:01 am

    Mr. Williams,

    I was last at your establishment on August 15 of last year. I had attended a monthly reading of the West Florida Literary Federation at the Pensacola Cultural Center—and my truck had been towed away from a parking lot, across Government Street from your establishment.

    Since I had no money, and no cellphone (I made the decision, years ago, not to get a mobile phone) I stopped at your establishment to use the phone to call for help.

    Your staff was very helpful—I know they did whatever they could to address my situation, and I appreciated their time and patience.

    Yet I was somewhat puzzled that whenever I started to discuss any issue considered a political one, I was quickly silenced, and told that employees of Seville Quarter were strictly forbidden to discuss politics with customers.

    If this is truly a policy of Seville Quarter, I hope you will reexamine it—I’m sure I’m not the only Seville Quarter patron, intentionally or accidentally, with an interest in sociopolitical issues.

    Nevertheless, I decided yesterday that I would contact the management of Seville Quarter, and forward this email to it—I figured you might be interested in sociopolitical issues, even if none of your employees were.

    Mr. Williams, I’m 51 years old—soon to be 52—and I realize that the American people no longer have the luxury of avoiding politics, especially in the American South. Because, whether they’re aware of it or not, the American people have been in over their heads in politics since at least June 22, 2015, especially in the American South—and they won’t make any progress out of this deep political mire until they get their heads out of their apps, and start taking personal responsibility for their country again.

    Hence this mass email I’ve forwarded to numerous people, especially in the Pensacola community, with links to two online petitions addressing the sociopolitical issues of Digital-Age America—particularly this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America that is destructive to the United States of America.

    And I want to invite you to look over my petitions yourself, and consider signing them—and to visit my blog, Solosocial, and consider commenting on posts, if you so desire.

    I also want to invite you to forward this email to whomever you wish—including any employees and managers of Seville Quarter who might be interested in it, or at least have some appreciation for it.

    Thank you so much for your time and consideration, in reading this email—I hope to visit Seville Quarter again in the future, under better circumstances, both personal and sociopolitical.

    Scott Mayo
    Pensacola, Florida, resident since 1998
    Mobile, Alabama, native
    Proud descendant of Confederate veterans and U.S. veterans alike

    . . .

    —–Original Message—–
    From: Scott Mayo
    Sent: Tue, Dec. 12, 2017 4:53 pm
    Subject: FROM SCOTT MAYO, RE TWO ONLINE PETITIONS I HAVE STARTED

    I appreciate your time and consideration, in reading this email.

    For a long time now, I’ve been very concerned about the direction our country, the United States, is taking.

    Since 2012, I’ve been especially concerned about the destructive impact that unrestrained Digital-Age technology—particularly cellular technology (cellphones and smartphones) and social media (Facebook, Twitter, et al)—is having on our country.

    And since June 22, 2015, I’ve been especially concerned about an ongoing trend of state and local politicians censoring their constituents’ historical flags, and destroying their constituents’ historical monuments—without their constituents’ consent. This posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America is destructive to the United States of America—and I have been doing all I can to bring awareness to it, and to elicit the help of my fellow Southern Americans, my fellow Americans, and my fellow human beings worldwide, in stopping this destructive trend.

    I have started two petitions on the website, Change.org, on which I would appreciate your adding your signature to mine.

    The first is to President Trump, requesting that he remove Nikki Haley from his cabinet—because Nikki Haley is the initial perpetrator of this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America, and because Nikki Haley is being rewarded for her exploitation of a mass murder.

    The second is to Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners to return the First Confederate Flag to its rightful place in Pensacola’s Five-Flags Displays—the historical flags displays of the five nations under which Pensacola, Florida, has lived and thrived. These local politicians have censored the First Confederate Flag from our historical flags displays since June 24, 2015—without our consent. They have not even let us vote on this.

    Our country, the United States of America, is in serious danger of self-destruction. The sociopolitical chaos our country is experiencing in this Digital Age is unprecedented in its history. And this sociopolitical chaos—driven by unrestrained Digital-Age technology—is spreading all over our world.

    Most of us seem to be pretending that everything is fine—as if our country’s problems will simply go away if we ignore them. But this is never the case—no country’s problems simply go away, as if by magic.

    Many of us are quite aware of the danger posed to our country, but feel so powerless to do anything about it that we just give up—we just do nothing, and look forward to our deaths, or to a Biblical event that will require no action on our part.

    Of course, neither of these approaches is ever effective.

    We can turn our country—and our world—around. But we can only do this together—and with small, incremental actions.

    And signing online petitions is a way of taking small, incremental actions together.

    Please click on the links below, and—unless either of these petitions is against everything you believe in—add your signature to these online petitions. Your signature will be greatly appreciated—perhaps more than you know.

    https://www.change.org/p/president-trump-remove-the-dishonorable-nikki-r-haley-from-your-cabinet-immediately-so-you-can-immediately-restore-some-honor-to-your-cabinet

    https://www.change.org/p/pensacola-mayor-ashton-hayward-and-the-escambia-county-board-of-county-commissioners-return-the-first-confederate-flag-to-its-rightful-place-in-pensacola-s-five-flags-displays

    And if you want to learn more about the issues mentioned in this email, you are welcome to view my blog, Solosocial, at solosocial.wordpress.com, and to comment on posts, if you so desire.

    Again, thank you so much for your time and consideration.

    Scott Wesley Mayo

  2. 2 solosocial June 26, 2018 at 9:04 pm

    I understand that my uncle, Dr. Robert Cooper Pyle, finally agreed, on June 18, 2018, to permit the prosecution to dismiss its case against me, because my uncle, Dr. Robert Cooper Pyle, felt that I had been “punished enough” with the whole process.

    In Mobile, after my father’s funeral last year, my pastor requested of my uncle, Leon Pyle, that he speak with my Uncle Robert about agreeing to allow the prosecution to dismiss the false and frivolous charges against me—as the prosecution had already approached my Uncle Robert about dismissing them, for lack of sufficient evidence, and my Uncle Robert had refused to permit the prosecution to dismiss them.

    To my knowledge, my Uncle Leon did appeal to his brother, Robert Cooper Pyle, to permit the prosecution to dismiss the false and frivolous charges against me. But my Uncle Robert refused.

    And now my uncle, Dr. Robert Cooper Pyle, of Gulf Breeze, Florida, finally permitted the prosecution to dismiss its case against me because he felt—almost a year after he lied to a Gulf Breeze police officer about his nephew, Scott Wesley Mayo—that I had been “punished enough” with the whole process.

    With his lies to a police officer, my uncle, Dr. Robert Cooper Pyle, has cost me $350—$150 in fines and fees, and $200 in gasoline costs for countless trips from my residence west of Pensacola, Florida, to downtown Milton, Florida, and back.

    I need my uncle, Dr. Robert Cooper Pyle, to reimburse me the $350 cash he has cost me with his lies.

    And if he does not reimburse me this $350 cash willingly, I will pursue civil charges against him to recover this $350 cash—if not considerably more.

    Scott Wesley Mayo


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