Thursday, August 2, 2012

Tom Monfils: (Aftermath of his death); After 19 years, his widow drops wrongful-death suit; Freed man calls it long overdue. Oshkosh Northwestern.

STORY: "After 19 years, Monfils widow drops wrongful-death suit," by reporter Paul Srubas, published by the Oshkosh Northwestern on July 25, 2012.
The entire story can be found at:

See also the following post "Much overdue great news" by Mike Piaskowski, published on "The Monfils Conspiracy: Conviction of six innocent men," in which he sees withdrawal of the lawsuit as "long overdue."

I am monitoring this case. Keep your eye on the Charles Smith Blog for reports on developments.
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