Monday, January 21, 2013

Court to Hear Appeal UNCC Yarmolenko Killing

...The only evidence that was presented to the jury that showed (Carver’s) guilt was that he was at the scene. The only connection, that we think is a tenuous connection at best, is that if he was there he touched the car. He didn’t commit a murder,” said Ratchford. “It’s a circumstantial case...”

[This is how open-and-shut cases work: find a patsy, create incredible evidence to fit a presumed scenario, take it to trial and  pretend that the evidence is overwhelming. This case has a LOT of problems].


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