Thursday, April 21, 2005

No Getting Over Unreasonable Doubt.

Spotted in the Green Bay Press Gazette:

Reasonable doubt exists for Maloney

GREEN BAY — The problem I have with this John Maloney conviction is that his conviction lacks proof. Proof must be beyond reasonable doubt. Reasonable doubt exists all over the case. This is a conviction based on belief rather than proof. Proof will probably never exist and the constitutional limitations of conviction have been violated.

John Maloney is entitled to file a writ of habeas corpus in federal court. The form necessary to bring his case to federal court is available from the clerk of the federal court.

Loren Longard

Really Loren? Were you on the jury that convicted Mr. Maloney? Were you part of the multiple proceedings that have looked into this afterwards? Have you seen all the evidence?

No, we call your doubt unreasonable doubt!