Murder charges dismissed

Murder charges dismissed

There are 3 comments on the The Chattanooga Times Free Press story from Jul 20, 2012, titled Murder charges dismissed. In it, The Chattanooga Times Free Press reports that:

Once the key prosecution witness testified that a detective coached him to lie and the detective pleaded the Fifth Amendment, it was all over but the ruling.

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Miller Madness

United States

#1 Jul 24, 2012
What happened? Corruption was identified for a change? Isn't that a breath of fresh air for not only the man falsely accused by these corrupt people!

Yet..., the same county who dropped these false murder charges has been accused of more corruption than one can shake a stick at. The Jim Miller murder case for example. Is the woman that they charged for his murder worthy of that murder charge? Did she have anything to do with the killing Jim Miller? Maybe the FBI should go back and look at this case again for some more of that TN corruption that gets people murdered and then falsely accuses some poor undesirable citizen in the community because they don't think anyone gives a hoot about the one falsely accused.

The Miller family deserves justice as the man in this story finally got due to someone actually having a conscience down there. All the "what ifs" in the future should cause these people to think twice before they file false indictments. That detective should be fired and charged with a crime in my opinion. He is also be responsible for monetary damages and retribution for the man falsely charges that spent all that time out of his life in jail. Better yet, he would probably be better to not sue for damages least he be falsely charged with something else to sabotage any attempts at restitution for the last false charge.

Round and round it goes, where it stop nobody knows. But the corrupt should be very wise not to pursue knowingly false murder charges. It could come back and haunt you in the years to come.

Congratulations to the man who is now free thanks you to the man who finally decided not to allow a corrupt detective get by with intimidating or manipulating people to make false statements in court!

To the corrupt detective, he should ask for forgiveness and expose any other time he has done this to others. You can't tell me that this is the only time he did this! What other innocent victim sits in jail because of the corrupt detective?
outsider

United States

#2 Jul 26, 2012
The young lady that has been charged with the Miller crime yesterday in court pointed a finger at two of monroe counties top law officials and said they arranged the crime and then named the trigger man. Who knows the truth when the water is so dirty but maybe the chickens are coming home to roost
forum reader

United States

#3 Jul 26, 2012
outsider wrote:
The young lady that has been charged with the Miller crime yesterday in court pointed a finger at two of monroe counties top law officials and said they arranged the crime and then named the trigger man. Who knows the truth when the water is so dirty but maybe the chickens are coming home to roost
outsider, so u were there in court? Who did she point to? Who did she name as the trigger man?

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