Amos loses new trial bid
A federal appeals court has rejected claims from Rommel Amos, who was convicted of murder in 2003, that he deserves a new trial.
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#1 Jul 22, 2011
this is so sad Rommel was protecting himself from guys who always get drunk and high and jump on people and because he was trying to save his life he is now doing life. it sad because it is so many resident of Tchula who knows the truth and they still haven't come forth to help Rommel.
#2 Feb 1, 2013
Accurate Investigations agrees and we are doing what we can to expose the truth and get Rommel a competent and passionate attorney who believes he can turn this situation around and get Rommel out of prison so he can raise his children. What is wrong with this world when you are minding your business and then get jumped and fear for your life then your associate brings you a weapon to help you and you use it to defend yourself. Instead of getting to the truth, they covered up the truth, switched things around, didn't let people speak who wanted to tell the truth and had so many errors in the original investigation there seemed to be a lack of competency and maybe they just didn't care!
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