Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Help Free Byron Case Wrongfully Convicted

A mother whose only son was wrongfully convicted contacted me today. Her story touch my heart and needs to be heard. I told her of my project starting soon on wrongful convictions, but for now I would like to share her story.
Help Free Byron Case Wrongfully Convicted In The Murder Trail of Anastasia WitbolsFeugen.

Spread the Word Byron Case was wrongfully convicted in June of 2002 of First Degree Murder and Armed Criminal Action.He was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences with no possibility for parole, which he is now serving in the Missouri penal system.
His wrongful conviction was the direct result of the testimony of only ONE alleged witness, an embittered ex-girlfriend (Kelly Moffet) with a history of drug use and mental health issues. She went on record with three different stories: one claiming she was witness to no murder at all, a second claiming another friend to have murdered Anastasia, and the third claiming that Byron is the perpetrator.

To date, there has been no motive, no DNA evidence, no weapon, no ballistics tests, or anything remotely conclusive linking him to this crime. Still, Byron was arrested, tried, convicted of this heinous crime and sentenced. Byron became the sacrificial lamb, allowing the Jackson County Sheriff's Department the relief of marking a long-unsolved case closed.
What has happened to "innocent until proven guilty"?
What has happened to reasonable doubt?
More importantly, what has happened to the American judicial system?
If wrongful convictions like this one are allowed to stand as is, almost anybody can be found guilty of almost anything at almost any time!

Please help this young man in any way you can.
We ask this favor not for ourselves alone, but on behalf of Byron.
Sincerely, The family, friends & supporters of Byron Case

Contact Evelyn Case: freebyroncase@gmail.com

Donations of any denomination may be made to the contributory account at
Bank of America, 115 W 63rd St., Kansas City, MO, 64113
Make a check or money order payable to Byron Case Wrongful Conviction.
All proceeds benefit Byron's defense fund.

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