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justice for MICHAEL BROWN
SEEKING JUSTICE IN WEST VIRGINIA
Michael Brown is under a life sentence in West Virginia. Michael continues to maintain his innocence even after over two decades of his wrongful conviction.
Michael Brown | Unshackled 10 | Wrongful Conviction Overturned Twice but Still in Prison Even After Over 2 Decades.
When an Innocent Man Gets Railroaded, by the Possible Murderer, With Help From the County and the State Authorities, and They All Actually Succeed. - Temporarily.
The Michael Brown Case
Read the facts and decide for yourself if Michael Brown is serving a sentence that belongs to someone else.
JUSTICE DENIED FOR MICHAEL E. BROWN
By Susan Brown Long edited by Barbara Jean McAtlin, Justice Denied Staff
At some point during the summer of 1997, two men, Greg Black, 40, and Ron Davis, 37, were shot to death in their Salt Rock, West Virginia, home. Their bodies were found on August 17, 1997. Three men, Matt Fortner, Joe France, and Michael Brown were charged with the two murders. Both Fortner and France had previous arrest records and had been in trouble with the law; Brown did not have a previous arrest record and had never been in trouble with the law.
On August 23, 1997, the house where Black and Davis were murdered burned to the ground. With only a cursory investigation, the police called the fire "arson." A man named Jason Pinkerton, along with a male passenger was seen driving in the area of the house while it burned. The same evening of the fire, Jason Pinkerton, Daniel Gosney, Matt Fortner, and Joe France, leave West Virginia bound for Florida.
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