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In June of 2001, a young man named Byron Case...
In June of 2001, a young man named Byron Case was arrested for a murder he did not commit. The murder Byron was charged with had been committed in Oct. 97, and had gone all that time unsolved by investigators. There was no physical evidence linking Byron to the crime and an independent eyewitness corroborated key facts in his statements that free him from implication. Still, a jury found him guilty and he was sentenced to two life sentences, one of them without the possibility of parole.

What did the jury hear or see that allowed them to look at the glaring lack of evidence, the shoddy police work, the absence of forensics, of ballistics, of anything substantial, and return from deliberations with a verdict of guilty? They heard the half-baked testimony of Byron's ex-girlfriend, who claimed to have witnessed the murder. Even without the ability to supply a single concrete fact that anyone witnessing such an event should have known, her word was enough to put Byron away for the rest of his life.

This is only the tip of the iceberg. We have banded together-Byron's family, friends, and even those of us who only know him from what we have seen about this case-to seek justice for Byron. We are asking that you take some time from your schedule to visit freebyroncase.com to discover why this case should concern you. Rest assured, you will be given the information from a balanced perspective.

Thank you for your time
Friends, Family,& Supporters of Byron

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http:\home.swbell.net\rockpf\case_against.html This gives the other side: a true description of how compelling (not "half-baked") that ex-girlfriend's testimony was, how it did supply information not available to anyone but a witness, and how police taped a Byron Case's tacit admission of the murder.


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