Case of the Month: the Zeigler wrongful conviction

Case of the Month Dec 2014: William Thomas Zeigler

Case of the Month: the Zeigler wrongful conviction has been part of my life since 1993 when I started working for Amnesty International in Switzerland. I am appalled that the injustice endures. In December 1975, a quadruple murder took place in the Zeigler Furniture Store in Wintergarden, Florida. The victims were Charles Mays, Virginia and Perry […]

Update Albert Ray McQueen

Albert Ray McQueen's grave, courtesy of his family

Update Albert Ray McQueen was made possible after emails with his family. I quote: “Albert was missing for a year before his bones were found in 1980. Two siblings went up to the gorge and they are the ones who found his glasses and a piece of his vertebrae that the police missed. He was […]

The long-awaited review report of the Crewe Murders

Jeanette and Harvey Crewe

The long-awaited review report of the Crewe Murders can be found here but it may not hold the answers to all the issues that we discussed here on my blog. If you open the first link you will see the website with a short clip on the review. Below is the report in parts or […]

More information about Carmen Croan

Carmen Melinda Croan

More information about Carmen Croan came in after I posted her story as Case of the Month for July. A reader emailed me copies of old newspaper articles found on a library fiche. The following is based on those newspaper articles. Most came from the Odessa American, a Freedom Newspaper. Suspected, indicted, and charged with […]

Still unsolved: Tamara Greene

Tamara Greene

Still unsolved: Tamara Greene was shot to death in a drive-by shooting back in 2003. She was an exotic dancer that was believed to be at a rumored – but never proven – party at the Manoogian Mansion when Kwame Kilpatrick  was Mayor of Detroit. In April 2013 a federal appeals court ruled to uphold a […]

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