Prison Penpal Demetrius Bowers

Demetrius Bowers

Demetrius is 37 and incarcerated in the US (FL).

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Inner beauty has no shape or color, I love all people!

Hi, my name is Demetrius Bowers. I’m from America, Tampa, Florida! Home of the Super Bowl Champ’s, the Sunshine State! I’m 37 years of age, I’m very respectful, and a God-fearing man. I love kids, though I only have one son whose 23 years of age! I’m a newly grandfather of a beautiful lil girl that I’m already so crazy about who recently turned 2! I’m 5’10” 160 lbs. Heterosexual.
I’m an artist songwriter who should’ve been financially secured over a decade ago, but I took for granted one opportunity, and had a lot of setbacks after that, but soon as I’m released it’s my time!
I’m a laid-back person, I’m loyal, outgoing! I like eating, watching movies, watching football, reading, writing, enjoying time with family and friends! I like beaches, swimming, wave runners, theme parks, fairs, concerts, homes, cars, shopping and getting fly!
I love listening to music 70’s 80’s classic rock like Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac, Hart, and the Bee Gee’s! 70’s to today’s pop like Madonna, George Michael, to Taylor Swift, and Ed Sheeran! 80’s 90’s freestyle like Stevie B, Lisa Lisa, Connie, New Shoes, and Will The Power! 70’s to today’s Soul, and R & B like Mary Jane Girls, Klymax, Prince, Donna Summers, T.L.C., Keith Sweat, to Trey Song’s, Beyonce, Chris Brown, and Keysha Cole! 80’s to today’s Rap like Grand Master Flash, Curtis Blow, Sugar Hill Gang, Rakim, Tupac, Nas, Snoop, Dr. Dre, Dogg Pound, Too Short, JaRule, D.M.X., Trick Daddy, Biggie, Goodie Mobb, Out Kast, Jay Z, Mobb Deep to Rick Ross, Jeezy, Future, Drake, Gucci, J Cole, Nicki. Minaj, Iggy, Sweetie,T.l., Migos, lil Baby, Uzi Vert, and so on! I don’t listen to Rap as much as I use to since expanding my selection of music through FM radio.
I’m a straight up person I don’t play games, and just love enjoying life! I’m looking for genuine people to get to know, and if you’re an artist, into music marketing, artist managing, producing, engineering, mix and mastering or anything in the music field that’s a plus, cause you can definitely be a part of something major bout to happen or be saying afterwards, I saw him on prison Pen Pals website, had the opportunity to get to know him, passed, and look at him now! If you have post-conviction litigating experience that’s a plus too. I was wrongly convicted through DNA evidence for 8 robberies and sentenced to 193 years. 193 years and 8 months. I can show you proof, trial transcripts, where even the judge is saying that there’s substantial problems with this case and that there’s nothing that shows I committed these crimes. There was a hat that had been altered found 175 yards from the 1st crime scene that an officer allegedly just stumbled on after his K-9 didn’t pick up a scent to track, and there was at least 7 different DNAs on it. None of the other contributors were able to be identified through the DNA database for several reasons. The DNA expert testified there was no way to determine who last contributed DNA to the hat or when, to determine who last possessed it. I was convicted for 8 separate crimes based off inconclusive DNA alleged evidence from one crime, and the altered hat wasn’t even the mask the victim described right after it happened, and 9 months later at trial. The victim word is only credible when it benefits the government. There’s a jury instruction that basically says the jury doesn’t have to believe the victim that was issued at my trial. I had to represent myself through a 7-day trial because the government paid attorney that was appointed to me after I lost my federal defender wasn’t trying to help me and really working for them. I had to go prose like 5 days prior to trial. Had I known the federal rules of evidence I would have won even though I still should have won without knowing due to the DNA expert testimony, and the victim from the first crime testimony. They feel if I didn’t do it, I know who did it, so being I won’t tell them, they’re going to stick me with it for now, and we couldn’t care less if you are innocent and don’t get it overturned on appeal. I could write a book or do a documentary about this, backing everything up with the trial record from the beginning to the end, and anyone who watches it or reads it still couldn’t believe this is how the government judicial system is operating, cheating people out their freedom, violating their alleged constitutional rights, and breaking the same laws they’re suppose to uphold, and will lock you up for if you’re not one of them just to get a conviction. These convictions will be overturned. It’s just going through the appeals process without a paid decent attorney that’s been dragging me from getting all these convictions overturned sooner. Then you have a new United States Supreme Court case ruling about to come out any day declaring that 924 (C) brandishing a firearm during a crime of violence statute as unconstitutional knocking off 182 years from this sentence due to those counts being thrown out, and I already have almost 9 years in this hell hole not including 18 months good time.

But I’m not waiting on that new case to come through. I’m about to file my certiorari to the supreme court to appeal the denial of my relief in my C.O.A. (certificate of appealability) in my 22-55 motion. I will not stop fighting even once I’m freed until all these convictions are off my record. Period.

Then in a report titled President’s Council of Advisors on science and technology from September 2016 raised concerns regarding the reliability of DNA, testing in instances like mine that if properly raised could be ground for a new trial. There’s also an article about Texas Forensic Science Commission addressing the problem with DNA testing protocols in the July 2017 Prison Legal News Magazine on page 36 which I have copies of. The DNA Analysis in my case used a less than 1 in 3.1 sextillion of the probability of my DNA profile being someone else’s/ In this Prison Legal News article, it says using the new protocol some who had statistics of less than 1 in a million from the old protocol was now only 1 in 30 something of 1 in 40 something so it was a significant probability that it could be someone else’s. Which I could use a decent paralegal to help me with putting that together for a new trial if possible.
One way of another, it
S about to be my moment! If I don’t write back or you don’t hear from me, it’s because I never received your letter or mine never made to you guaranteed. So don’t hesitate to try again. Inner beauty has no shape or color, I love all people. Thanks for your time.
Stay up, stay safe, think positive, be kind, and never lose faith.

Date of Birth: 04/12/1984 (37 years old)
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Race: Black or African American
Ethnicity: Not Hispanic or Latino
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Black
Height: 5 ft. 10 in.
Body Type: Average
Hometown: Tampa, Florida (USA)
Spoken Languages: English
Religion: Christian
Astrological Sign: Aries

Profile will end on: 12/06/2022

Demetrius Bowers #57728018

FCC Coleman, USP-2
P.O. Box 1034
Coleman, FL 33521

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Incarcerated Since: 2012
Sentence Received: 193 years & 8 months
Earliest Release: 2178

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Robbery (x8)
Brandishing a Firearm during the Commission of a Crime of Violence (x8)

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