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I'm currently a homeschooling mom to two boys. When I'm not busy with school work, I spend my free time focused on wrongful convictions. I became aware of them after following a local trial as it was streamed online - the Brad Cooper case in Raleigh, NC. This was two years ago and I can honestly say that I had no idea that this type of thing was happening. I'm talking about blatant police, prosecutor and judicial misconduct - railroading a person right before our eyes with lies and withholding evidence and character assassination and anything else they could possibly think of. I created a website, a blog, a Facebook support page and a means to collect donations for Brad's defense. Since then I also discovered several other cases that are clearly wrongful convictions and I'm spending some time on those too. My background is in Chemistry. I graduated from Kent State with a B.S. degree in Chemistry and then worked for several years as a product development chemist in the polymer and coatings field. I eventually moved into technical service support for customers and then sales and then regional sales manager where I managed chemical distributors for the southeast region. I hope to continue researching cases and writing about them and doing what I can to raise public awareness of the sad cases of injustice in this country. My website and blogs: http://www.justiceforbrad.com/ http://justiceforbradcooper.wordpress.com/ http://stopwrongfulconvictions.wordpress.com/ Brad Cooper Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Free-Brad-Cooper/112930538791917

David Thorne Case: The Framing Of Joseph Wilkes

Background: Joe Wilkes allegedly “confessed” that he murdered Yvonne Layne 5 minutes after police had him in the interrogation room at the Ravenna police department on 7/14/99. He allegedly broke down and said “I’m sorry. I killed her.” The story would go that David Thorne paid him to kill her for the sum of $300. Police wrote in their supplemental …

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Inconsistencies and Key Facts in the David Thorne Case

The David Thorne case has many of the classic tell tale signs of a wrongful conviction – tunnel vision, poor evidence collection at crime scene, poor defense representation, coerced witnesses and lies. A lie can be so powerful in a criminal case. Evidenced by the many convictions overturned in recent years, we now know that many of them were built …

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David Camm’s Acquittal And Reflections On The Trial

Those of us who advocate for the wrongfully convicted are used to disappointments – unfair rulings, biased judges, biased media sources, corrupt prosecutors, corrupt police and on and on. There are so many things that contribute to wrongful convictions and the fight to right this wrong is difficult with far too many obstacles along the way. Every once in a …

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Justice For Brad Radio Interview With WPTF 850AM, Raleigh: Response to Appeal Ruling

As you’re all probably aware by now, Brad won his appeal – in a unanimous decision the Appeal Justices granted him a new trial!  This is the best possible outcome and it was a very solid ruling.  This case is now national news again but this time the details of the horrible miscarriage of justice are public knowledge.  The injustice …

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New DNA Evidence Proves Camm’s Innocence As 3rd Trial Is Set To Begin

For those unfamiliar with the specifics of this case, it’s a complex case filled with the most egregious prosecutorial misconduct one could imagine. The actions of public officials in the state of Indiana have impacted David Camm, his family, Kim’s family, supporters, friends and the entire community in ways that could never be quantified. It’s been going on for 13 …

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