We would like to send a special thank you to Source Radio Network Wednesday Night News with K.LaShea for having us on their show. This blogtalkradio show features William Stienke and the Director of Victims of Misfortune, Levon Hinton.
From William E. Steinke: I am a Lance Corporal in the United States Marine stationed at Twenty-nine Palms
California. I am contacting you today because I am gravelly concerned my civil rights as an African American are being violated. The issue arose around a year ago when I was accused of sexual assault.
The allegation I faced was worrisome but I had faith in the judicial system. Shortly after being accused I was transferred, for medical reasons, to a unit called P.A.D (Personnel Awaiting Disposition). One day while
walking to my room I was stopped by military police and asked if I was willing to give permission to have my room searched. I, along with my other two roommates all agreed. We waited around for them to finish then I found myself being handcuffed and taken in for questioning. Before I realized
what had happened I had been sent to the Brig (Military Prison).
Levon Hinton – Filmmaker, Director, Producer, Writer
In 2007 Mr. Hinton started Vandem Productions Films, a video production company based in Raleigh, North Carolina. He is currently producing/directing a documentary entitled: Victims of Misfortune. In recent years, Mr. Hinton has been the executive producer of several successful straight to DVD productions. His most notable is Buffie the Body’s “Still Larger than Life DVD” (Released March 2008 nationally in DTLR Retailers). He has also contributed to the documentary film ‘Koch Brothers Exposed’ produced by Brave New Films. Along with producing/distributing his own projects, he has also produced several television shows, TV commercials, sporting events, and weddings.
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