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Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied: The Emergence Of Witnesses And Case Files Illuminates How James Evans Never Received A Fair Trial Under The U.S. Constitution Part V

The American criminal justice system is suppose to be a vehicle in which the law governs our democracy to insure the regulation of actions by citizens within our society at large. Often times the process fails to achieve impartiality (especially when young black men become embroiled in the criminal justice system) as the law was meant to exhibit in the legitimate pursuit, attack, or ridicule of those whose actions are alleged to have infringed upon, or broken established rules created for specific aspects of the law in general. Therefore, the court system serves under an umbrella of the law where criminal cases are heard, tried, and given final disposition at an beyond a reasonable doubt standard. The case of James Evans has failed miserably to achieve adjudication of the law based on such a standard.


“If found to be true, this would not only be grounds for, at the very least a new trial for Evans, but potentially criminal consequences (for prosecutorial misconduct such as subordination of perjury) for authorities involved in the Evans prosecution. Such a discovery would also establish that prosecutors, whether intentionally or not, introduced manufactured evidence against Evans, which would be a direct violation of his right to a fair and impartial trial under the U.S. Constitution.”

Now that the list of independent eyes viewing the Evans case outside of Madison County Illinois (site of original trial) has began to grow, more scrutiny has been placed on the Evans trial and conviction as a whole, while many questionable actions allegedly taken by police officials and the state attorney’s office that prosecuted the Evans case are starting to raise eyebrows, the abnormality and inordinate delay of Mr. Evans’ post conviction appellate process serves as a reminder, if not an exacerbation of the fundamental claims of many who see the lack of impartiality by the courts in the Evans case as an established policy to deny Evans due process under the law.

The appellate ruling of Mr. Evans’ convictions establishes a higher court’s affirmation of Madison County Illinois decision of guilt, based on the evidence presented at trial where a jury of Mr. Evans’ peers in fact found him guilty of 1st degree murder, and three counts of conspiracy to commit murder. Now Evans has been pursuing his appeals to the next level, but his claims have been stalled by the court in Madison County, where by the state prosecutor’s office has failed to turn over crucial items of discovery in which Evans is rightfully entitled to under the law, and the state has failed to turn over the requested materials despite three (3) separate court orders instructing the state to do so. Not just that though, it has been well established through case law, that post conviction processes in Illinois should take just over a year and a half to be completed, but Mr. Evans has been fighting the Madison County Courts for nearly eleven years now to obtain discovery necessary to support his claims within his eventual post conviction petitions. (see the complete James Evans Appellate Rulings below)

James Evans Murder Conviction Appellate Ruling

James Evans Conspiracy Conviction Appellate Ruling

The discovery that Mr. Evans seeks is in the form of audio tapes that were played before the jury during the trial and were believed to be a crucial aspect of the case which has led to Evans’ convictions (Evans has always made his claim known, that the tapes played during trial were recordings of multiple conversations that were edited to appear as just one). If found to be true, this would not only be grounds for, at the very least a new trial for Evans, but potentially criminal consequences (for prosecutorial misconduct such as subordination of perjury) for authorities involved in the Evans prosecution. Such a discovery would also establish that prosecutors, whether intentionally or not, introduced manufactured evidence against Evans, which would be a direct violation of his right to a fair and impartial trial under the U.S. Constitution. Some experts familiar with Illinois state law have conveyed to TPC, that such inaction by the courts regarding “these type of appellate issues, while they are highly irregular, seem to be the norm down in Madison County.” The state’s failure to turn over the tapes and the court’s failure to sanction state officials who have repeatedly disobeyed a court order, in many regards is what has caused a rally behind Mr. Evans by a growing support base who see him as being a political prisoner of Madison County Illinois. What’s on those tapes that has caused such an inordinate delay by state officials to obey three separate court orders to turn over the requested tapes? (view Evans’ petition for discovery related to the audio tapes below)

Evans’ Petition For Discovery (surrounding audio tapes related to his trial)

Also, suppression of highly exculpatory evidence by the state during the trial (in the form of a police affidavit, where the officer establishes that he in fact saw the murder victim in the Evans case, alive ten days after when he was allegedly abducted and subsequently killed by Evans and co-defendants), and ineffective counsel by the late Charles Shaw (former Defense counsel who some say was literal asleep at the wheel during court proceedings) who failed to impeach testimony during the trial, of those who claim that the victim Nekemar Pearson was last seen with Evans on the day he disappeared (although Shaw had evidence in his possession that disputed such allegations, where a witness name Lakiesha Steele told authorities that Pearson had in fact been chased and fired upon with guns by members of the family of Willie Nicholes on the day he disappeared, and that Pearson held up at her home to escape his alleged assailants). Pearson was in fact on house arrest for the murder of Willie Nicholes, and the date of his alleged disappearance was the one year anniversary of the Nicholes slaying. All of this evidence clearly lay out in documents of the case discovery as a matter of record. Yet, state authorities call the Evans conviction a solid case of justice, despite the fact that many who testified against him were either paid for their testimonies, given leniency, or granted immunity for their own personal criminal strife (fact). Some of these problematic issues of the Evans conviction are so rudimentary to established case law where Evans is similarly situated, that his case entirely appears to be a blatant violation of not just laws governing the state of Illinois, but some admit could be direct violation of federal statute, and more than likely the primary premise for the abnormality or inordinate delay of his appellate process by the Madison County courts.

In further discourse regarding the subject audio tapes, Mr. Evans’ claims are supported by an alleged co-defendant of his conspiracy to commit murder cases. In a recent interview with Ms. Latosha White-Hamilton, she conveyed that she was charged along side Mr. Evans for conspiring to kill Brian Warr, his father Lester Warr, and Clifton Wheeler (Brian Warr and Clifton Wheeler were also supposedly co-defendants of Mr. Evans’ in the murder case of Nekemar Pearson). Her alleged involvement in the murder conspiracies are related to her selling a firearm to a man name Tommy Rounds (Mr. Evans’ first cousin), who she says Detective Bradley Wells and state prosecutor Kieth Jensen attempted to pressure her into falsely stating that Evans had directed her to sell Rounds a gun, for the purpose of killing Lester Warr, and others who were alleged to have been targets of the murder conspiracy. White said the allegations were completely fabricated, and one of the reasons that she refused to falsely testify to the false allegations against Evans, because she learned that Rounds (an alleged known career confidential police informant) was wearing a wire for police authorities at the time she made the gun sale. White stated that she was never concerned about the murder conspiracy charge due to the entire story being a fabrication by an alleged corrupt detective name Brad Wells, but admitted that she was guilty of selling Rounds a firearm for which she legally had no license to do. White was so contrite with her involvement in the selling of a weapon, that she says she had even prepared to go to prison for her actions related to the firearm.

During the interview White went on to describe how she had no knowledge of the murder case for which Evans was convicted of killing Nekemar Pearson, because when she first met Mr. Evans, Pearson had already gone missing. “There were already posters around town seeking information about his disappearance when I met James,” she stated. She told TPC that she refused to tell a lie in court against Evans because despite pressure from Wells and the prosecutor’s office, she knew that their wasn’t anything on the wire recording (if they had a good connection) warn by police CI Tommy Rounds that could implicate her in any conspiracy to commit murder on anyone. White says she was embroiled in the case for over five (5) years until she finally plead out for the felony conviction of selling a firearm without a state license, a charge she willingly admitted she was guilty of.


“There was something F***** Up about those tapes. Wells and them did something to those tapes, that’s exactly why I never worried about the conspiracy charges. I kept telling my attorney to listen to the tapes, because I knew they were lying about the conspiracy charges.”

— Latosha White-Hamilton

However, when I discussed the allegations that Wells alleged regarding the gun sale being a directive given to her by Evans, she said that Evans did contact her regarding Rounds, but it was for a request to give Rounds money because he had just got out of prison. White went on to say that she simply thought Rounds needed monies to get back home to where he was from, but when she met Rounds (unsuspectingly by her) he was wearing a wire for police officials, and he asked her if she could help him get a gun. White said that her late ex who had been killed in a shooting involving the St Louis police, had a gun that was contained inside a shoe box that had been stored in a closet at her home. White alleges that she didn’t want the gun in her house and was willing to sell the weapon to Rounds, which she in fact did. White said that the audio tape that was probably produced from the wire Rounds wore would reflect what she described to TPC regarding her sale of the firearm to Rounds (she was never worried about conspiracy to commit murder charges because she knew that the tape didn’t record such a transaction, and deemed the murder conspiracy charges as a mere scare tactic by Wells and the state to force her to play ball in their fabricated story of supposed murder conspiracy crimes against James Evans).

The interview of Ms. White also revealed some other interesting parts of the case. White who had just recently spoken to Mr. Evans prior to her interview with TPC, hadn’t done so for over 20 years, as part of her plea agreement and condition of probation was to not have contact with Evans. Her comments regarding the alleged inculpatory tapes against her, Evans, and others were in fact inaudible she recalls, a claim that Evans has also consistently made regarding the tapes. Like Evans, White who states that she had the tapes for years before they were lost during her family’s move to another residence, describes the tapes as having a fuzzy sound during certain parts of the recordings (white noise), which made them inaudible and not understandable to an objective listener of the tapes. “There was something F***** Up about those tapes. Wells and them did something to those tapes, that’s exactly why I never worried about the conspiracy charges. I kept telling my attorney to listen to the tapes, because I knew they were lying about the conspiracy charges,” White told TPC during the interview.

At times during the interview White also voiced her anger, at the top of her voice at times, regarding the allegations of conspiring to kill Lester Warr. “Why on earth would we conspire to kill Lester? Why would we do that, and for what reason, White conveyed. It is a shame of what Wells and the state did to James,” she said. Her comments also supported claims outlined in testimony documents regarding Mr. Larry Greer who was convicted for involvement in the murder of Brian Warr. White says that Greer was simply sitting in a vehicle with Warr when a man name Robert Fletcher, a known Crip gang member and personal friend of Nekemar Pearson, shot and killed Brian Warr for his alleged involvement in the Pearson slaying. White explains that Greer drove Warr to the hospital and was subsequently charged and convicted in the Warr killing. She says that despite Greer’s efforts in a failed attempt to save Warr’s life by driving him to the hospital after he was shot, Wells initially charged him with obstruction of justice, then solicited him to make false statements against Evans pertaining to the Pearson murder. She says Greer played ball, testifying against Evans at his trial, but then Wells and state officials reneged on Greer’s immunity promise, and pursued charges against Larry Greer surrounding the Warr killing which resulted in a conviction and a 40 year sentence. White conveyed that anybody in Alton around that time who were connected to James Evans, that ran into criminal trouble, were pressured into making false statements against James. “Everyone who did were given deals on their charges, and like me, those who didn’t, were punished with aggressive prosecution that resulted in convictions and in some instances, lengthy prison sentences. Because of Brad Wells I have that felony gun charge over my head to this day because I wouldn’t lie against James Evans. I’m sorry, that’s something I just couldn’t do,” White said.


“true justice can only be served in the form of Bradley Wells being indicted for the crimes that he allegedly committed while he was a detective for the Madison County Sheriff Department.”

— A source on conditions of anonymity

Along side the comments made by Latosha White-Hamilton during her interview with The People’s Champion Blog, are comments made by others who spoke on conditions of anonymity out of so much fear of retaliation from police authorities and Crip gang members for what they know, that I am not even authorized to publish their comments regarding the case. I can only say that their comments are aligned with what has already be revealed regarding the coercion of false statements and testimony under duress while being pressured by Detective Wells and others.

Some of what people said under anonymity was very forthright and critical of the Alton Community for their belief in Evans’ guilt as outlined in local media. They argue that Evans was convicted long before his trial had ever began. Also, the Crip gang was harshly criticized for the violence within the community, and “for all of the tough guy, macho, gang banging persona that many of the wannabe thugs attempted to display around Alton, when those white cops like Brad Wells got whole of their a**es, they turned into little bitches. Its one thing to tell police what you know in an effort to save your self from a lengthy prison sentence, while you might be considered a snitch, people might understand why you did it. Crumbling under pressure for petty shoplifting theft charges, or allowing yourself to be pressured into making up some stuff to send a person to jail for sh*t you know he didn’t commit, is not even snitching. That’s being a bitch plain an simple,” the source told TPC. Others have also said that they hope the truth finally emerges about what happened to Nekemar Pearson, and that “true justice can only be served in the form of Bradley Wells being indicted for the crimes that he allegedly committed while he was a detective for the Madison County Sheriff Department.”

To Be Continued As Part Of A Series …

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The American criminal justice system is suppose to be a vehicle in which the law governs our democracy to insure the regulation of actions by citizens within our society at large. Often times the process fails to achieve impartiality (especially when young black men become embroiled in the criminal justice system) as the law was meant to exhibit in the legitimate pursuit, attack, or ridicule of those whose actions are alleged to have infringed upon, or broken established rules created for specific aspects of the law in general. Therefore, the court system serves under an umbrella of the law where criminal cases are heard, tried, and given final disposition at an beyond a reasonable doubt standard. The case of James Evans has failed miserably to achieve adjudication of the law based on such a standard.


“If found to be true, this would not only be grounds for, at the very least a new trial for Evans, but potentially criminal consequences (for prosecutorial misconduct such as subordination of perjury) for authorities involved in the Evans prosecution. Such a discovery would also establish that prosecutors, whether intentionally or not, introduced manufactured evidence against Evans, which would be a direct violation of his right to a fair and impartial trial under the U.S. Constitution.”

Now that the list of independent eyes viewing the Evans case outside of Madison County Illinois (site of original trial) has began to grow, more scrutiny has been placed on the Evans trial and conviction as a whole, while many questionable actions allegedly taken by police officials and the state attorney’s office that prosecuted the Evans case are starting to raise eyebrows, the abnormality and inordinate delay of Mr. Evans’ post conviction appellate process serves as a reminder, if not an exacerbation of the fundamental claims of many who see the lack of impartiality by the courts in the Evans case as an established policy to deny Evans due process under the law.

The appellate ruling of Mr. Evans’ convictions establishes a higher court’s affirmation of Madison County Illinois decision of guilt, based on the evidence presented at trial where a jury of Mr. Evans’ peers in fact found him guilty of 1st degree murder, and three counts of conspiracy to commit murder. Now Evans has been pursuing his appeals to the next level, but his claims have been stalled by the court in Madison County, where by the state prosecutor’s office has failed to turn over crucial items of discovery in which Evans is rightfully entitled to under the law, and the state has failed to turn over the requested materials despite three (3) separate court orders instructing the state to do so. Not just that though, it has been well established through case law, that post conviction processes in Illinois should take just over a year and a half to be completed, but Mr. Evans has been fighting the Madison County Courts for nearly eleven years now to obtain discovery necessary to support his claims within his eventual post conviction petitions. (see the complete James Evans Appellate Rulings below)

James Evans Murder Conviction Appellate Ruling

James Evans Conspiracy Conviction Appellate Ruling

The discovery that Mr. Evans seeks is in the form of audio tapes that were played before the jury during the trial and were believed to be a crucial aspect of the case which has led to Evans’ convictions (Evans has always made his claim known, that the tapes played during trial were recordings of multiple conversations that were edited to appear as just one). If found to be true, this would not only be grounds for, at the very least a new trial for Evans, but potentially criminal consequences (for prosecutorial misconduct such as subordination of perjury) for authorities involved in the Evans prosecution. Such a discovery would also establish that prosecutors, whether intentionally or not, introduced manufactured evidence against Evans, which would be a direct violation of his right to a fair and impartial trial under the U.S. Constitution. Some experts familiar with Illinois state law have conveyed to TPC, that such inaction by the courts regarding “these type of appellate issues, while they are highly irregular, seem to be the norm down in Madison County.” The state’s failure to turn over the tapes and the court’s failure to sanction state officials who have repeatedly disobeyed a court order, in many regards is what has caused a rally behind Mr. Evans by a growing support base who see him as being a political prisoner of Madison County Illinois. What’s on those tapes that has caused such an inordinate delay by state officials to obey three separate court orders to turn over the requested tapes? (view Evans’ petition for discovery related to the audio tapes below)

Evans’ Petition For Discovery (surrounding audio tapes related to his trial)

Also, suppression of highly exculpatory evidence by the state during the trial (in the form of a police affidavit, where the officer establishes that he in fact saw the murder victim in the Evans case, alive ten days after when he was allegedly abducted and subsequently killed by Evans and co-defendants), and ineffective counsel by the late Charles Shaw (former Defense counsel who some say was literal asleep at the wheel during court proceedings) who failed to impeach testimony during the trial, of those who claim that the victim Nekemar Pearson was last seen with Evans on the day he disappeared (although Shaw had evidence in his possession that disputed such allegations, where a witness name Lakiesha Steele told authorities that Pearson had in fact been chased and fired upon with guns by members of the family of Willie Nicholes on the day he disappeared, and that Pearson held up at her home to escape his alleged assailants). Pearson was in fact on house arrest for the murder of Willie Nicholes, and the date of his alleged disappearance was the one year anniversary of the Nicholes slaying. All of this evidence clearly lay out in documents of the case discovery as a matter of record. Yet, state authorities call the Evans conviction a solid case of justice, despite the fact that many who testified against him were either paid for their testimonies, given leniency, or granted immunity for their own personal criminal strife (fact). Some of these problematic issues of the Evans conviction are so rudimentary to established case law where Evans is similarly situated, that his case entirely appears to be a blatant violation of not just laws governing the state of Illinois, but some admit could be direct violation of federal statute, and more than likely the primary premise for the abnormality or inordinate delay of his appellate process by the Madison County courts.

In further discourse regarding the subject audio tapes, Mr. Evans’ claims are supported by an alleged co-defendant of his conspiracy to commit murder cases. In a recent interview with Ms. Latosha White-Hamilton, she conveyed that she was charged along side Mr. Evans for conspiring to kill Brian Warr, his father Lester Warr, and Clifton Wheeler (Brian Warr and Clifton Wheeler were also supposedly co-defendants of Mr. Evans’ in the murder case of Nekemar Pearson). Her alleged involvement in the murder conspiracies are related to her selling a firearm to a man name Tommy Rounds (Mr. Evans’ first cousin), who she says Detective Bradley Wells and state prosecutor Kieth Jensen attempted to pressure her into falsely stating that Evans had directed her to sell Rounds a gun, for the purpose of killing Lester Warr, and others who were alleged to have been targets of the murder conspiracy. White said the allegations were completely fabricated, and one of the reasons that she refused to falsely testify to the false allegations against Evans, because she learned that Rounds (an alleged known career confidential police informant) was wearing a wire for police authorities at the time she made the gun sale. White stated that she was never concerned about the murder conspiracy charge due to the entire story being a fabrication by an alleged corrupt detective name Brad Wells, but admitted that she was guilty of selling Rounds a firearm for which she legally had no license to do. White was so contrite with her involvement in the selling of a weapon, that she says she had even prepared to go to prison for her actions related to the firearm.

During the interview White went on to describe how she had no knowledge of the murder case for which Evans was convicted of killing Nekemar Pearson, because when she first met Mr. Evans, Pearson had already gone missing. “There were already posters around town seeking information about his disappearance when I met James,” she stated. She told TPC that she refused to tell a lie in court against Evans because despite pressure from Wells and the prosecutor’s office, she knew that their wasn’t anything on the wire recording (if they had a good connection) warn by police CI Tommy Rounds that could implicate her in any conspiracy to commit murder on anyone. White says she was embroiled in the case for over five (5) years until she finally plead out for the felony conviction of selling a firearm without a state license, a charge she willingly admitted she was guilty of.


“There was something F***** Up about those tapes. Wells and them did something to those tapes, that’s exactly why I never worried about the conspiracy charges. I kept telling my attorney to listen to the tapes, because I knew they were lying about the conspiracy charges.”

— Latosha White-Hamilton

However, when I discussed the allegations that Wells alleged regarding the gun sale being a directive given to her by Evans, she said that Evans did contact her regarding Rounds, but it was for a request to give Rounds money because he had just got out of prison. White went on to say that she simply thought Rounds needed monies to get back home to where he was from, but when she met Rounds (unsuspectingly by her) he was wearing a wire for police officials, and he asked her if she could help him get a gun. White said that her late ex who had been killed in a shooting involving the St Louis police, had a gun that was contained inside a shoe box that had been stored in a closet at her home. White alleges that she didn’t want the gun in her house and was willing to sell the weapon to Rounds, which she in fact did. White said that the audio tape that was probably produced from the wire Rounds wore would reflect what she described to TPC regarding her sale of the firearm to Rounds (she was never worried about conspiracy to commit murder charges because she knew that the tape didn’t record such a transaction, and deemed the murder conspiracy charges as a mere scare tactic by Wells and the state to force her to play ball in their fabricated story of supposed murder conspiracy crimes against James Evans).

The interview of Ms. White also revealed some other interesting parts of the case. White who had just recently spoken to Mr. Evans prior to her interview with TPC, hadn’t done so for over 20 years, as part of her plea agreement and condition of probation was to not have contact with Evans. Her comments regarding the alleged inculpatory tapes against her, Evans, and others were in fact inaudible she recalls, a claim that Evans has also consistently made regarding the tapes. Like Evans, White who states that she had the tapes for years before they were lost during her family’s move to another residence, describes the tapes as having a fuzzy sound during certain parts of the recordings (white noise), which made them inaudible and not understandable to an objective listener of the tapes. “There was something F***** Up about those tapes. Wells and them did something to those tapes, that’s exactly why I never worried about the conspiracy charges. I kept telling my attorney to listen to the tapes, because I knew they were lying about the conspiracy charges,” White told TPC during the interview.

At times during the interview White also voiced her anger, at the top of her voice at times, regarding the allegations of conspiring to kill Lester Warr. “Why on earth would we conspire to kill Lester? Why would we do that, and for what reason, White conveyed. It is a shame of what Wells and the state did to James,” she said. Her comments also supported claims outlined in testimony documents regarding Mr. Larry Greer who was convicted for involvement in the murder of Brian Warr. White says that Greer was simply sitting in a vehicle with Warr when a man name Robert Fletcher, a known Crip gang member and personal friend of Nekemar Pearson, shot and killed Brian Warr for his alleged involvement in the Pearson slaying. White explains that Greer drove Warr to the hospital and was subsequently charged and convicted in the Warr killing. She says that despite Greer’s efforts in a failed attempt to save Warr’s life by driving him to the hospital after he was shot, Wells initially charged him with obstruction of justice, then solicited him to make false statements against Evans pertaining to the Pearson murder. She says Greer played ball, testifying against Evans at his trial, but then Wells and state officials reneged on Greer’s immunity promise, and pursued charges against Larry Greer surrounding the Warr killing which resulted in a conviction and a 40 year sentence. White conveyed that anybody in Alton around that time who were connected to James Evans, that ran into criminal trouble, were pressured into making false statements against James. “Everyone who did were given deals on their charges, and like me, those who didn’t, were punished with aggressive prosecution that resulted in convictions and in some instances, lengthy prison sentences. Because of Brad Wells I have that felony gun charge over my head to this day because I wouldn’t lie against James Evans. I’m sorry, that’s something I just couldn’t do,” White said.


“true justice can only be served in the form of Bradley Wells being indicted for the crimes that he allegedly committed while he was a detective for the Madison County Sheriff Department.”

— A source on conditions of anonymity

Along side the comments made by Latosha White-Hamilton during her interview with The People’s Champion Blog, are comments made by others who spoke on conditions of anonymity out of so much fear of retaliation from police authorities and Crip gang members for what they know, that I am not even authorized to publish their comments regarding the case. I can only say that their comments are aligned with what has already be revealed regarding the coercion of false statements and testimony under duress while being pressured by Detective Wells and others.

Some of what people said under anonymity was very forthright and critical of the Alton Community for their belief in Evans’ guilt as outlined in local media. They argue that Evans was convicted long before his trial had ever began. Also, the Crip gang was harshly criticized for the violence within the community, and “for all of the tough guy, macho, gang banging persona that many of the wannabe thugs attempted to display around Alton, when those white cops like Brad Wells got whole of their a**es, they turned into little bitches. Its one thing to tell police what you know in an effort to save your self from a lengthy prison sentence, while you might be considered a snitch, people might understand why you did it. Crumbling under pressure for petty shoplifting theft charges, or allowing yourself to be pressured into making up some stuff to send a person to jail for sh*t you know he didn’t commit, is not even snitching. That’s being a bitch plain an simple,” the source told TPC. Others have also said that they hope the truth finally emerges about what happened to Nekemar Pearson, and that “true justice can only be served in the form of Bradley Wells being indicted for the crimes that he allegedly committed while he was a detective for the Madison County Sheriff Department.”

To Be Continued As Part Of A Series …

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2 Responses to “Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied: The Emergence Of Witnesses And Case Files Illuminates How James Evans Never Received A Fair Trial Under The U.S. Constitution Part V”

  1. Shelly says:

    Evidently the Wells men are all crooked cops. Brett Wells from East Alton and now this Wells from Alton. Nothing but liars and scammers to get innocent people arrested because they don’t want to do real police work. Never trust a cop last name Wells.

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