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New DNA testing ordered by Governor Brown in the death row case of Kevin Cooper: A radio interview with Richard Eikelenboom

Posted By Richard Eikelenboom

On Christmas Eve, Governor Brown ordered new DNA testing on four pieces of evidence in the case of Kevin Cooper, who was convicted of murdering a couple, their ten year old daughter and an 11 year old boy in Chino Hills in 1983
In this

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The Intercept: After decades on death row William Montgomery was granted a reprieve. Yet his dubious conviction still stands.

Posted By Richard Eikelenboom

In this article in the Intercept more background information about the case is given. Also the opinions of the scientists, police, lawyers and DA’s are stated, which makes this a very interesting article.
 

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W.T. Montgomery death sentence commuted by governor Kasich

Posted By Richard Eikelenboom

This morning, the Governor signed a warrant of commutation for Inmate Montgomery commuting his death sentence to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Selma Eikelenboom-Schieveld wrote a report on time of death on the victim Debra Ogle. She found out that Ogle was

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Too much doubt to execute W.T. Montgomery, please sign this petition

Posted By Richard Eikelenboom

Please sign this petition.
As a forensic scientist I normally do not get involved in petitions and politics, but in this case there is so much at stake and in order to find the truth W.T. Montgomery should not be killed on April 11, 2018.

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W.T. Montgomery’s death row case: A short review by Richard Eikelenboom

Posted By Richard Eikelenboom

In this article more will be explained about the case of W.T. Montgomery.
William Montgomery was convicted of killing Ms. Ogle, 20, as part of a Toledo robbery on March 8, 1986, and then returning to kill her roommate, Cynthia Tincher, 19, because she could

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