On Sept. 7, 2021 I was signed up to testify at the Anchorage School Board meeting as the #7 speaker before the board.
I was harassed by Stephen C. Brown and two other Securitas guards. They were attempting to coerce me to put a medical device, a mask over my nose and mouth.
As they do not have authority to prescribe medical care or medical devices, and my right to personal privacy, (Alaska Constitution Article I, Section XXII), I called Anchorage Police Department asking them to send a peace officer to assist me and accessing a public meeting and exercising my constitutional rights.
APD used excessive force and without just cause or warrant, attacked me, placing me in restrictive handcuffs cutting off my circulation. Officers seized my person papers and effects without warrant.
APD continued this unconstitutional search after being repeatedly notified by me. Then after the second time that I raised the concern of my constitutional right of protection from search and seizure, four APD officers slammed me up against the car and place me in the back of the vehicle.
My bail hearing was conducted in the back of a police car inside of a garage with other vehicles running and it was over a 100 degrees. I was pouring sweat pleading for my life. Can one adequately provide for his defense while being forced to breathe carbon monoxide?
I was denied access to a lawyer by two Anchorage Police Department officers. Next I was forced inside to take a medical examination against my will. When I refused they placed me in a 2’x2′ cell with human feces, blood, spit, urine, pubic hair, and particles of food. Pandemic or otherwise this was cruel and unusual punishment in deplorable conditions.
Corrections Department officers denied me access to a phone call to contact my lawyer seven times.
Members of the media need to be let into the Anchorage Correction Center to reveal the horrible treatment of our citizens. This should happen with video cameras and on live TV.
My bail of $25 was paid at 9 p.m. that night and the Corrections Department still held me for an additional six and a half hours further bullying me and causing me harm due to the fact that I didn’t want to take the medical test, which violates the Nuremberg code.
Now the municipal prosecutor is attempting to shred the First Amendment asking the court to deny me access to public meetings indefinitely. This is a conspiracy against right and interference with constitutional rights.
Nial Williams is a civic activist in Anchorage. He will appear in court today to defend himself.