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Wrongfully Convicted by DNA...It Could Happen to You!
 
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New Post 12/10/2010 5:15 AM
  J.Y.Kelly
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British Law 

I am English and in this country I feel sure this case would have been thrown out as unsafe. I have just watched the case on T.V. and can't believe this poor man is still locked up.

For the case to stand up to scritiny in a British court, there would have to be no unanswered questions, it simply would not be enough just to say "we don't know" how the blood from a 4 year old got on the deceased person's hand. How could it be that no DNA was found that belonged to the victim? It beggars belief that with so many unanswered questions, a man can be convicted of murder.

This has put me off ever visiting the U.S.A. If I never visit, I should be in the clear if I am ever accused of a crime in the U.S. (But will I?)

 

 
New Post 6/30/2011 12:00 AM
  Brenna
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I just watched Gary's case and conviction on tv. Has anyone ever interviewed the man who was 4 at the time and his blood was at the scene? I just couldn't believe this man was faound guilty and the decision wasn't over-turned. My sorrow is with Gary and his family. 

 Brenna

 
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