Prosecutor Misconduct No. 1663714133 - 17904480

Robert H Cleland

Date of Offense

September 17, 2022


Reporting Authority

This complaint has been forwarded to the State Bar of Michigan


Fredrick Freeman (now known as Temujin Kensu), was convicted (wrongfully) of the crime of first degree murder and was sentenced to life without parole in 1987. He was over-sentenced, in that, he should never have been given a life sentence due to the fact the prosecutor in the case NEVER proved that Kensu met ANY of the criteria of first degree murder which must include planning, premeditation and forethought. Further the jury instruction given to the jurors was deemed unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. We know that the criteria for first degree was not met because even in the trial transcripts, Robert Cleland (prosecutor) states, "We don't know what happened that day. We just know Freeman (Kensu) killed Macklem." If the prosecutor doesn't know, how then could Kensu have been convicted of first degree murder? No evidence during trial was ever provided to show that Kensu planned the murder or made preparations of any kind to commit the murder. He didn't own a gun, he didn't borrow a gun, he didn't charter a plane, he didn't hire a pilot, he didn't have a get away driver, he didn't make arrangements to find out where Scott was the day of the murder. Not a single shred of evidence was provided during trial (or since) proving planning, premeditation, or forethought. to kill Macklem. Please provide proof of these elements or release Kensu immediately. (or explain how this law can be constitutional). Please investigate