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Fabrications created by out-going Denver District Attorney Mitchel R. Morrissey

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Fabrications created by out-going Denver District Attorney Mitchel R. Morrissey

Posted By IFS

First I want to mention that my native language is Dutch and not English. I apologize for grammar mistakes. In the Netherlands, the issue for court is for the truth to come out. Justice is based on the truth. For a Dutch person, the American

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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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Evidence muddies in Montgomery case

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Death penalty opponents say prosecutors’ theories in the case of a condemned Ohio killer set to die next month have been disproven by a forensic examination. Read more
 

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IFS at press conference William Montgomery

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Too much doubt to execute William Montgomery.

COLUMBUS — When a lawyer for William T. Montgomery appears before the Ohio Parole Board on Thursday, he will not admit his client’s guilt but instead argue that the wrong man is headed for the lethal

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Jailed 28 years for a crime he didn’t commit, Moses-EL is now suing Denver

Posted By Richard Eikelenboom

In this article it is described how Mitch Morrissey and his team denied Moses-El justice. The case against Moses-El was weak from the the beginning and even when the real perpetrator confessed they kept going after Mose-El. In the proces they also destroyed the evidence which

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Another tragic miscarriage of justice: Comment by Richard Eikelenboom

Posted By Richard Eikelenboom

In this article in the Daily Mail another miscarriage of justice is described.
This is another tragic example of a miscarriage of justice. As a forensic scientist, I see this too often, also in other states in the US. Something should change. It should be

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