Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Willie Manning: FBI admits ballistic evidence at the trial was also flawed - as was its discredited hair analysis testimony; Justice for Willie Manning; Post is headed: "He will see tomorrow."

POST: "He will see tomorrow," published by "Justice for Willie Manning," on May 7, 2013.

GIST:  "Earlier in the day a press release informed us of an FBI admission that a second part of the testimony given at Willie’s trial was flawed. Bullets removed from a tree were linked by witness evidence to Willie; FBI experts testified at the trial that these bullets “were fired from the same gun as the bullets that were recovered from the scene of the murders and from the victims’ bodies, to the exclusion of all other guns.” The FBI now admits that an expert cannot use the “to the exclusion of all other guns” standard. This evidence, described at the trial as “even ‘[m]ore damning testimony”, must now be disregarded, along with the hair evidence that was discredited last week. Let us hope that Willie will now be allowed to have the DNA testing that he has been requesting for so long."

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