WRONGFULLY CONVICTED AND
IMPRISONED IN ALABAMA
BEVERLY BRABHAM's STORY
Since my release from ILLEGAL IMPRISONMENT on April 10,2001, my quest for
justice has only gained momentum.
I am the victim of small town politics where the locals have met very little resistance in
doing things their own way, regardless of the law.
I feel that I must preface my story with events that led up to the conspired, bogus lie, and
malicious accusation against me.
In June 1996, I was served with an arrest warrant for stalking John W. Waters by Sheriff
Pete Cole of the Sheriff's Department of Bullock County, City of Union Springs,
Alabama. My father and I were at his place of business, working when Cole arrived. I
had no idea what it involved and told my father that something is suspicious about it. My
father told him to "get that mess out of here, anything concerning that courthouse ." I
even thought myself, what are they up to now?
I walked over to the sheriff's office after work and signed a $5,000 bond, still not
knowing what it was all about. I had not had any legal trouble with anyone, I was just
baffled by this 'out of the blue' charge.
I grew up in Union Springs, Alabama. My parents, grandparents, and great grandparents
had also lived there all of their lives. My life was happy growing up with my 5 brothers
and sisters. I thought many times back then that there was truly no place like home. Even
the name, Union Springs, sounded so pleasant to hear.
After graduating from high school in 1973, I attended Greenville Technical College in
Greenville, South Carolina and became a Registered Nurse. I continued my education at
the University of So. Carolina in a related field of Nursing, where I graduated with a B.
S. Degree in Psychology.
I was married for a number of years and have one child.
In 1990, I moved back to Alabama and continued working as a Registered Nurse. I
worked for almost 2 years at the hospital in Bullock County, where I was born, and where
the doctor w