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Month: January 2016

Georgia’s idea of Justice fails the smell test

“Destruction of evidence undermines two important goals of the legal system — truth and fairness,” the appeals court said @FultonCountyDA @freescottdavis

Doesn't care about truth or justice in Scott Davis case
District Attorney Paul Howard doesn’t care about truth or justice in Scott Davis case

This basic concept apparently does not matter so far at least to the Fulton County Georgia district attorney Paul Howard, the courts,  and especially law enforcement in Atlanta.

What is the matter with these people and the system that allows police and others to alter and destroy evidence at will, lie about it yet face no investigation or consequences?

Freescottdavis.org

 

HOW TO CONVICT AN INNOCENT MAN web version download

I am happy to announce that finally the web version of the new book is now available for download for a limited time for free. I want to thank all those who I have collaborated with on this book and for their efforts on this case. I ask that everyone who downloads this book give me their input and feedback on the book, and if they are interested in helping the Scott Davis appeal, please get involved at freescottdavis.org or contact Scott’s attorney Paul Kish in Atlanta.

Free download for limited time of web version

 

Download of How to Convict an Innocent Man book limited edition web version by Dennis Ross

 


 

The official printed version of the book will be slightly different, have a different cover and will be promoted by author Dennis Ross. It will be available on Amazon for $9.99. You can order there

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Available on Amazon
Available on Amazon

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I am currently working on a companion piece on the case and am looking for feedback and any expert legal opinion on the case of Scott Davis.