This is a quote from the Scott Davis appeal ruling…
“While each of the state’s actions and/or omissions, including non-
compliance with SOPs and preservation statutes, do not independently constitute
evidence of bad faith,
a reasonable jurist might conclude that the cumulative pattern presented here indicates that Petitioner was denied a fair trial.
United States v. Lopez, 590 F.3d 1238, 1258 (11th Cir. 2009).
I respect Judge Amy Totenberg for saying these words. What I hope is that some judge will also GRANT his appeal and change the so called Youngblood standard of bad faith to allow a cumulative analysis of bad faith and misconduct.
This case is really simply outrageous. How can you let this kind of misconduct, perjury, destruction of evidence, and general due process destruction in a case that gave Scott Davis a life sentence?
Look at this case. Read the rulings and the documents. Look at the videos.
We need your help and I need your help. This case needs to be a new precedent that will finally stop the abuse of police and prosecutors with destruction of evidence that the Youngblood case has allowed for years if not decades.
I am posting a disappointing ruling in the Scott Davis appeal from the federal district Court in Georgia, but I am hopeful that the court will rectify the Injustice on the really granted soak to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
The court was clearly troubled by all the police misconduct and lost evidence in the case. I believe she wanted to grant the appeal but couldn’t fit certain legal reasons which might get rectified. New evidence of misconduct during this appeal was not properly confused on my humble opinion either.
Regardless, we will continue the fight for Justice.
We believe that the will be strong issues on appeal that are of national legal significance. We got that national advocacy organizations will join on Amicus curiae briefs in the case so please contact us if interested.