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COL Ted Mc
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SMSgt Dr. G. A. Thomas - Senior Master Sergeant; On the face of it, this certainly looks like a case of "Prosecutorial Misconduct".

I have absolutely no idea why the evidence from the Recruiting Office would have been barred, nor do I have any idea why the telephone records weren't considered.

I suspect that the "new trial" will take approximately 10 minutes. This is long enough for the Prosecutor to stand up and say "The Prosecution has no evidence to present against this man." and for the Judge to say "Case Dismissed.".
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LTC Stephen F.
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If sufficient DNA exists from the original crime scene in 1957, it would be interesting to see if conclusive evidence exists to convict 76-year-old retired police officer Jack McCullough or exonerate him SMSgt Dr. G. A. Thomas. I hope that the true killer is discovered and punished if still alive.
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SSG Warren Swan
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If he didn't do it, and the case was questionable and shoddy, then retry him and let the evidence take you where it leads. If he's not guilty, leave him be, if he is guilty, let him rot. But let JUSTICE in it's full impartial manner do it's job.
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