Judge Refuses Evidence in Court For Man Accused of Kidnapping Children

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SOUTH SALT LAKE, Utah - The attorneys for a South Salt Lake man accused of kidnapping two children were not allowed to submit evidence in court on Monday that they said could discredit the prosecution's witnesses.

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Aug 17, 2009
 
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LeaTaylor

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Once again we see the injustice of the Salt Lake legal system. If someone is accused of such a horrible crime as kidnapping and he is innocent, it behooves that person to be able to have "all the cards laid on the table", so to speak, and have evidence in his case to verify his innocence. It seems the cards have been stacked against David Bell from the beginning, and that the judge in this case is unfair and possibly prejudiced. Since David Bell's neighbors have been guilty of such practices before--lieing to the cops and beating up people--this information should be allowed in court. What's with the judicial system in Salt Lake?

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