Thursday, April 10, 2014

Everyone involved. Sue them for all they have Link fixed

or ever will have.  Especially since the chances of there being any charges prosecuted against the bastards is just about zero.

I'll let you read the whole thing for the full Curtain of Blood effect, but I will borrow two pieces:
Fleming told his attorneys he had paid a bill for phone calls made from his Florida hotel room the night before Rush was killed, and he believed the receipt was in his pocket when police arrested him. But authorities told the defense he had no such receipt, according to Koss.

In the course of the investigation, the Conviction Review Unit found the receipt in police records, time stamped and dated -- solidifying Fleming's claim that he was in Florida at the time of the killing, according to the district attorney's office.

"This is proof of alibi that was basically purposely withheld," Koss said.
And on the 'witness' against him,
 A review unit search of police records years later came up with a timeline. The woman on probation was arrested with another woman on grand larceny charges and brought to the Brooklyn district attorney's office, where she gave a statement. Within the hour, the investigation found, charges against her were dropped.
Let's see, perjury, paying for fake testimony, hiding evidence, knowingly putting an innocent man in prison... fuck suing them, HANGING is too good for the bastards.


Jeffersonian said...

Link goes to a SAFE Act story?

Firehand said...

Crap, for some reason didn't pick up right; fixed now

Jeffersonian said...

This happens to me sometimes. Probably you didn't *quite* [Ctrl]-[C] hard enough before [Ctlr]-[V]ing. ;) So the last thing you Clipboarded was still in there.