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DNA test exonerates inmate | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 11 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Mar 5, 2009, titled DNA test exonerates inmate | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Read the Dispatch series. A man who has served more than 25 years in prison for two Columbus rapes has been proved innocent by DNA testing and is expected to be released today.

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Bonnie Wells

Houston, AR

#1 Feb 17, 2010
For the love of everything that's right, would somebody PLEASE take a look at the conviction of Jackie D. McCrady. This man has been sitting in Ross County Correctional Institute since 1997, convicted of murdering his wife in 1996. And I have been out here working my heart out trying to get someone to listen to me.
I have so many things that can show that Jackie McCrady did NOT murder his wife, and I have posted them on my own web site in hopes that someone would step up and help me.
I do have new and compelling information since the trial and have several people that could help in this project.
My web site is http://starlightinnerprizes.com
Go to the September page and look at all the McCrady material that I have posted since he was convicted. http://starlightinnerprizes.com/September.htm
Also, I'm working right now on yet another series that breaks the case down even finer, in hopes that someone will listen. See http://starlightinnerprizes.com/McCradyReview...
I know who the killer is, and tried to tell authorities back in 1996 when Jenifer McCrady was murdered. They wouldn't listen.
Please, sombody come forward and take a look at this man's case... please.

Sincerely,
Bonnie M. Wells
Sampson

United States

#2 Feb 5, 2011
Guilty. Pretty clear cut. Some stupid cops for sure, but if i was innocent, I sure as hell would have been on the stand in my own defense.
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#3 Feb 5, 2011
They should ban DNA testing. It's letting too many criminals off the hook.
Bonnie M Wells

Greenbrier, AR

#4 Feb 5, 2011
I am fighting back the tears as I write this tonight. I have prayed and worked so hard for this very thing, and didn't think I would live long enough to ever see it.
Thank you Lord; Thank you Ohio Innocence Project; Thank you Prosecutor O'Brien.
I don't know Mr. Fears, and don't need to. He should not have to sue anybody to be compensated for the time he sat in prison for something he didn't do. I say one million dollars per every ten year period, no questions asked, no lawyer needed.
There are others in Ross County prison that are innocent. Jackie D. McCrady is one of them. DNA testing could have proven the man innocent. Hell, I could have proven the man innocent, but no one would listen to me any more than they would listen to him.
Well, Jackie's been sitting there for nearly 14 years now, and I've been out here praying and working .... and tracking a serial killer that has actually been bold enough to duplicate the McCrady case as well as several others in recent years.
Ohio Innocence Project - you have heard my name, as has David Protess in the IL. Innocence Project, and hundreds, if not thousands of attorneys, cops, judges and private citizens, because I really do believe that truth must prevail and that justice is the one thing that we should always find.
Tracy Creeger

Parkersburg, WV

#5 Oct 27, 2011
I think you need to let it rest. It is quite evident that he is guilty.
Tracy Creeger

Parkersburg, WV

#6 Feb 16, 2012
You probably need to direct your resources elsewhere. Such a silly theory of a serial killer. Seriously? That's all you got? You my dear lady have waaay too much time on your hands
Tracy Creeger

Parkersburg, WV

#7 Feb 16, 2012
Bonnie M Wells wrote:
I am fighting back the tears as I write this tonight. I have prayed and worked so hard for this very thing, and didn't think I would live long enough to ever see it.
Thank you Lord; Thank you Ohio Innocence Project; Thank you Prosecutor O'Brien.
I don't know Mr. Fears, and don't need to. He should not have to sue anybody to be compensated for the time he sat in prison for something he didn't do. I say one million dollars per every ten year period, no questions asked, no lawyer needed.
There are others in Ross County prison that are innocent. Jackie D. McCrady is one of them. DNA testing could have proven the man innocent. Hell, I could have proven the man innocent, but no one would listen to me any more than they would listen to him.
Well, Jackie's been sitting there for nearly 14 years now, and I've been out here praying and working .... and tracking a serial killer that has actually been bold enough to duplicate the McCrady case as well as several others in recent years.
Ohio Innocence Project - you have heard my name, as has David Protess in the IL. Innocence Project, and hundreds, if not thousands of attorneys, cops, judges and private citizens, because I really do believe that truth must prevail and that justice is the one thing that we should always find.
You are so silly minded I am embaressed for you. couldn't you direct all of this energy and obviously good intentions you have toward good causes such as the homeless or something that could actually make a difference?
Christina Fletcher

Newark, OH

#9 Sep 9, 2013
Let me start by saying Happy Birthday Jackie McCrady....never met you personally but I did Jennifers hair and no I do not believe you killed your wife....MY prayers for you is that someone takes a second look at this,gather the evidence that wasn't allowed in court and start shoving some idiots thoughts and words right down their simple minded stupid throats....Thomas's case was overturned so will Jackie's be very soon...get the corrupt blood out of washington cty and some fresh eyes that isn't worried about solving a case finally....
RAM in Ohio

Cleveland, OH

#10 Sep 6, 2014
If I was able, I would be all over this nonsense. Stay strong Ms. Bonnie. You other clowns don't have a clue. When it all comes out in the wash, you clowns may wanna go choke ya'self. I am fully aware of ALL relevant facts and evidence. This man shouldn't be in prison.Even without the DNA evidence.
John Fir Now

United States

#11 Dec 24, 2015
Are these posts still being read? Do you, Bonnie, still believe Jack is innocent? I worked with Jack during that time and have wondered about some issues in the WCSO investigation.
Decent Woman

United States

#12 Dec 25, 2015
No Christian can look at this guy and tell me he's innocent!
Men like this are allowed to walk free when those in charge blindly put their faith in "science"!
If there were any justice in our world, this blight would already have been executed!

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