Free David Leonard Wood

Free David Leonard Wood

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InnocentandExecu ted

El Paso, TX

#1 Dec 31, 2010
Is Fred Albers, Paul Strezlin and other people who spread their breath through media airwaves going to apologize publically for sending an innocent man to death row to gain listeners and ratings? David Wood cleared by DNA yet sentence to die.

Oh, and you should have seen CNN last night how they said don't believe everything you hear through the media, because you will be put on the "RIDICULOUS LIST" and how untrue news spreads like wildfire and lies made into legend and fact. They might show it again tonight.

Happy New Year


FREE DAVID LEONARD WOOD
BurnInHELL

Arlington, TX

#2 Dec 31, 2010
Fawk David Leonard Wood, and fawk you too!
InnocentandExecu ted

El Paso, TX

#3 Dec 31, 2010
BurnInHELL wrote:
Fawk David Leonard Wood, and fawk you too!
Fred Albers, Strezlin are the same as murderers and will account for what they did to a higher power
HOLY

El Paso, TX

#4 Dec 31, 2010
CNN right now is interviewing people on Texas death row.
johnny chingas

El Paso, TX

#5 Dec 31, 2010
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Free David Wood

El Paso, TX

#6 Dec 31, 2010
johnny chingas wrote:
johnny chingas wey.........como ke free david woods....
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Vete y chinga a tu madre
johnny chingas

El Paso, TX

#7 Jan 1, 2011
Free David Wood wrote:
<quoted text>
Vete y chinga a tu madre
tu y david leonard wood me la pelan hijo de put....as

por eso son como son....f..c,k ing maniosos
Chip

El Paso, TX

#8 Jan 1, 2011
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There is some doubt about his guilt. There is
guilt in there too. Funny how it stopped when
he was arrested.

Serial killers only stop short term and resume.

Unless it was a Juareno who moved back across
the border. It hasn't started.

He may not be guilty on all but fits the
profile of what the police built against
the innocence.

So far, no one on these threads in his defense
have shown proof otherwise. Show us reason
to doubt it with an unbiased opinion.

.
InnocentandExecu ted

El Paso, TX

#9 Jan 1, 2011
Chip wrote:
.
There is some doubt about his guilt. There is
guilt in there too. Funny how it stopped when
he was arrested.
Serial killers only stop short term and resume.
Unless it was a Juareno who moved back across
the border. It hasn't started.
He may not be guilty on all but fits the
profile of what the police built against
the innocence.
So far, no one on these threads in his defense
have shown proof otherwise. Show us reason
to doubt it with an unbiased opinion.
.
The killings did not stop with his arrest. Women continue to disappear in the same spot they found the bodies years after his arrest, and like most serial killers they move on some place else. There have been serial killings near El Paso in Albuquerque, Arizona, California, New Mexico, and Mexico. There's alot of things the police don't let the public know. Also, the ultimate of all unbiased witnesses, DNA, has cleared him and proved his innocence.

Also, even the same detectives say there are missing persons buried in the Northeast that have not been found and never will be even after Wood's arrest.

http://www.elpasotexas.gov/police/mallard.asp

Plus, don't you think there is more than just 3 people missing from El Paso in the last 10 years.

http://www.elpasotexas.gov/police/missing_per...
Chip

El Paso, TX

#10 Jan 1, 2011
InnocentandExecuted wrote:
<quoted text>
The killings did not stop with his arrest. Women continue to disappear in the same spot they found the bodies years after his arrest, and like most serial killers they move on some place else. There have been serial killings near El Paso in Albuquerque, Arizona, California, New Mexico, and Mexico. There's alot of things the police don't let the public know. Also, the ultimate of all unbiased witnesses, DNA, has cleared him and proved his innocence.
Also, even the same detectives say there are missing persons buried in the Northeast that have not been found and never will be even after Wood's arrest.
http://www.elpasotexas.gov/police/mallard.asp
Plus, don't you think there is more than just 3 people missing from El Paso in the last 10 years.
http://www.elpasotexas.gov/police/missing_per...
.

The things you post about missing happen everywhere.
Agree police don't tell the whole story or always
right. How many times are there arrests because a
police person felt threatened by questioning their
authority. I am not a fan of the police and know
how they abuse their powers. Here it could be
questionable.

Give the proof and this is doubt on my part and not a
closed mind. It also works in reverse which you should
have doubt the other way.

.
Chip

El Paso, TX

#11 Jan 1, 2011
InnocentandExecuted wrote:
<quoted text>
The killings did not stop with his arrest. Women continue to disappear in the same spot they found the bodies years after his arrest, and like most serial killers they move on some place else. There have been serial killings near El Paso in Albuquerque, Arizona, California, New Mexico, and Mexico. There's alot of things the police don't let the public know. Also, the ultimate of all unbiased witnesses, DNA, has cleared him and proved his innocence.
Also, even the same detectives say there are missing persons buried in the Northeast that have not been found and never will be even after Wood's arrest.
http://www.elpasotexas.gov/police/mallard.asp
Plus, don't you think there is more than just 3 people missing from El Paso in the last 10 years.
http://www.elpasotexas.gov/police/missing_per...
.

Example Juarez in their "Mass" serial killing of
- 100's of Women - and supposed solving of the
cases. Still it is happening. It is Not as
publicized since the violence. This may never
be solved or Fully investigated. Funny even
then murders would happen with people who
cooperated.

Here in the USA while more legitimate the law
enforcement still plays dirty along with many in
favorable positions & influence. The things you
post about missing happen everywhere.

Agree police don't tell the whole story or always
right.

How many times are there arrests because a
police person felt threatened by questioning their
authority. I am not a fan or hater of the police
and know how they abuse their powers. Here it could
be questionable.

Give the proof and this is doubt on my part and not a
closed mind. It also works in reverse which you should
have doubt the other way. He David Leonard Wood had
many questionable activities also and the personality
to go with it.

.
NewsFlash

El Paso, TX

#12 Jan 1, 2011
Apparently, Northeast El Paso murders on women have been going on for quite a while even BEFORE David Leonard Wood

http://www.kfoxtv.com/news/26340496/detail.ht...
AmericaMostInnoc ent

El Paso, TX

#13 Jan 1, 2011
Chip wrote:
<quoted text>
.
Example Juarez in their "Mass" serial killing of
- 100's of Women - and supposed solving of the
cases. Still it is happening. It is Not as
publicized since the violence. This may never
be solved or Fully investigated. Funny even
then murders would happen with people who
cooperated.
Here in the USA while more legitimate the law
enforcement still plays dirty along with many in
favorable positions & influence. The things you
post about missing happen everywhere.
Agree police don't tell the whole story or always
right.
How many times are there arrests because a
police person felt threatened by questioning their
authority. I am not a fan or hater of the police
and know how they abuse their powers. Here it could
be questionable.
Give the proof and this is doubt on my part and not a
closed mind. It also works in reverse which you should
have doubt the other way. He David Leonard Wood had
many questionable activities also and the personality
to go with it.
.
Chip, tonight on America's Most Wanted with John Walsh they talked about a man who was falsely accused of picking up a young woman named Kimberley Simon and killing her. All the evidence was circumstantial, and based on jail-house snitch testimony (which means lighter sentence and a lot of money to betray and even lie).
just like in the Wood case.
They even mention the "WOODS" several times throughout the segment
They had this Southwest Motiff going on with the look of the old west backdrop with old wooden stores, casinos, gambling places with saloon doors from the old west of the 1880s and something that said "RODEO" in big wooden letters, despite the story being about a girl from New York. It had a very old west feel. And may me think that John Walsh might be interested in the David Leonard Wood case.
Walsh's angle was different in that you give people the benefit of the doubt, and that today is not like back then in the mid-late80s when everyone believed what the cops said was the absolute truth, and wouldn't question them
The proudest moment was when they said that "ALL HELL IS ABOUT TO BREAK LOOSE IN THIS TOWN." if innocent Barns wasn't set free.
Chip

El Paso, TX

#14 Jan 1, 2011
.

Remember the release of a man from Northeast
El Paso who was convicted guilty and sentenced
for 75 years.

Case of Brandon Moon who served 17 years
on circumstantial evidence. At the time I
thought this person was rammed through the
system. A case of another unjustly sent to
prison.

Then how many times went to clubs
and watched EPPD abuse their authority
to arrest people for disturbing the
peace or public intoxication on a bad
judgment call. Many times these people
were victims of what some in the field
of Criminal Justice call; Contempt of
Cop."

So, I do have doubt and would like to
see the case reviewed. This time do
believe he deserves this but lean
towards the guilty plea.

.
GodLovesDavid

El Paso, TX

#15 Jan 2, 2011
God is talking to us and sending us warning signals for sending an innocent man to death row, David Leonard Wood. God even sent out a tornado.

http://www.columbiamissourian.com/stories/201...

Go to yahoo search engine and type in David Leonard Wood and you will see what "NEWS' it comes up.
Finepix

Pflugerville, TX

#16 Jan 2, 2011
Great, free David Leonard Wood so he can start raping and murdering again. Kinda like McDuff.
The70s

El Paso, TX

#17 Jan 2, 2011
Finepix wrote:
Great, free David Leonard Wood so he can start raping and murdering again. Kinda like McDuff.
He never murdered anyone. Cleared of that by DNA. The "raping" uh, its like when the guy is like 18 and his girlfriends are not 18, and they weren't really enforcing that in the 70s. He admitted to that and served his time. You know like Roman Polanski, but he's on no death row.

Wood was just an easy scapegoat because of previous conviction not related to murders. The cops knew the whole city would fall for this because he was an obvious "bad" boy, and El Paso for the most part back then was very conservative, ignorantly wholesome and intolerantly judgemental.

His tattoos, longish hair, high school drop out, failing multiple grades, motorcycle, and patron of strip clubs was very taboo back then, but was used against him to sentence him to die.

Really, everyone today would be on death row going by these same things David Wood was sentenced by.
Chip

El Paso, TX

#18 Jan 2, 2011
The70s wrote:
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He never murdered anyone. Cleared of that by DNA. The "raping" uh, its like when the guy is like 18 and his girlfriends are not 18, and they weren't really enforcing that in the 70s. He admitted to that and served his time. You know like Roman Polanski, but he's on no death row.
Wood was just an easy scapegoat because of previous conviction not related to murders. The cops knew the whole city would fall for this because he was an obvious "bad" boy, and El Paso for the most part back then was very conservative, ignorantly wholesome and intolerantly judgemental.
His tattoos, longish hair, high school drop out, failing multiple grades, motorcycle, and patron of strip clubs was very taboo back then, but was used against him to sentence him to die.
Really, everyone today would be on death row going by these same things David Wood was sentenced by.
.

Using the 70's excuse is Not an excuse. This happened in the early 80's and
long hair was still in. Then being a high school drop out was not looked
at as bad with military personnel in that category and many experienced
handy men from mechanics, carpenters, roofers, construction workers, and
many other noble professions. Failing grades or 60 as a D or 70 as a C were
the grades back then and not finishing school was not as frowned upon as
is now. Patronizing adult entertainment clubs were more widespread and not
as enforced and frowned upon as is now.

This is a long time demo. city and conservative in nature of embracing the
past. Many senior citizens then and now remember WWII & Korea & Vietnam and
getting a High School diploma was not always a given. Education wise
El Paso accepted dropouts and it was not uncommon then. Now your expected
to have that for a minimum job requirement. Don't use the times to explain
his conviction.

The conviction held true for that jury and in public opinion. One thing we could
agree upon since your on the David Leonard Wood bandwagon is the police gave
circumstantial evidence. For the thread to take any of you seriously a
shred of doubt has to be on All sides.

.
Finepix

Pflugerville, TX

#19 Jan 2, 2011
What about that little grave he was digging for e his last victim who he had staked down ready to be murdered. She got away, ran naked through the desert until she got to a main highway. A truck driver picked her up and saved her life. That's a little more than circumstantial evidence. That's why the cops began digging in that area and my goodness, they found bodies. David Leonard Wood has caused misery to many families and it's taking too long to carry out the sentence.
BorderCorruption

El Paso, TX

#20 Jan 2, 2011
Chip wrote:
<quoted text>
.
Using the 70's excuse is Not an excuse. This happened in the early 80's and
long hair was still in. Then being a high school drop out was not looked
at as bad with military personnel in that category and many experienced
handy men from mechanics, carpenters, roofers, construction workers, and
many other noble professions. Failing grades or 60 as a D or 70 as a C were
the grades back then and not finishing school was not as frowned upon as
is now. Patronizing adult entertainment clubs were more widespread and not
as enforced and frowned upon as is now.
This is a long time demo. city and conservative in nature of embracing the
past. Many senior citizens then and now remember WWII & Korea & Vietnam and
getting a High School diploma was not always a given. Education wise
El Paso accepted dropouts and it was not uncommon then. Now your expected
to have that for a minimum job requirement. Don't use the times to explain
his conviction.
The conviction held true for that jury and in public opinion. One thing we could
agree upon since your on the David Leonard Wood bandwagon is the police gave
circumstantial evidence. For the thread to take any of you seriously a
shred of doubt has to be on All sides.
.
We're talking about murder, a whole seperate issue. So according to your thinking, CHIP, even a thief or a liar deserve the death penalty..

David Wood was a janitor, but never would they accuse a doctor, PTA member, teacher back then. Would they? Even listening to heavy metal would be brought up in court.

Serial killing is another ballgame. In fact most serial killers have no previous records.

Drop outs were frowned upon by the "good old boy network" in El Paso back then, who were really all wealthy, and ran this city. They were the elite. Wood, in their opinion, was "white trash." He was not part of this circle.

Ironically, its educated, intelligent people who support Wood now and the uneducated who accuse with a mob mentality.

People have woken up to the corruption along the border.

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