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Old 23rd June 2017, 05:17 AM   #1
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State of Washington VS. John Douglas Grange

Here is a case with all the transcripts from the website. His support crew have asked IA to help, here is the website they provide.

http://freecheweyproject.org/chewey/

Ampulla de Vater for example might help unravel this with her appetite for full trial transcripts.

Provisionally of course I think he is innocent, just to surprise.

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Old 23rd June 2017, 05:21 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by Samson View Post
Here is a case with all the transcripts from the website. His support crew have asked IA to help, here is the website they provide.

http://freecheweyproject.org/chewey/

Ampulla de Vater for example might help unravel this with her appetite for full trial transcripts.

Provisionally of course I think he is innocent, just to surprise.
A synopsis of the case?
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Old 23rd June 2017, 05:25 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Spindrift View Post
A synopsis of the case?
Admittedly I am new to starting from this angle. It takes a bit of reading, here is Chewey writing in October 2013

"Even though Jeff and Dane have always been consistent in the way Nick and Josh were killed and their
bodies disposed, they have never agreed about how I was involved in the murders. They have never told the
same story of what I was doing that day. Jeff and Dane were sentenced to one year in an agreement to point
the finger at me. I was found guilty and sentenced to 63 years.
I was not there. The physical evidence that was discovered has shown and proven that Jeff and Dane lied
about the facts of that day. The Prosecutor admitted, “Did they lie to protect themselves? Yea, probably, but
that’s human nature.”

http://freecheweyproject.org/chewey/what-is-innocent/

I don't know anything except it is a lot of effort to proclaim innocence. It is a myth that all inmates claim innocence.
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It's a sad consequence of being innocent that the charged party often will be of little help in establishing their innocence. They weren't there, don't know any details, and are at the mercy of other peoples' stories.
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