Attorney General to review Brence Jac...

Attorney General to review Brence Jackson's death

There are 12 comments on the WSJM-AM Saint Joseph story from Jul 18, 2006, titled Attorney General to review Brence Jackson's death. In it, WSJM-AM Saint Joseph reports that:

The Michigan Attorney General's office has agreed to review the events surronding the death of a Chikaming Township man 25-years ago.

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Brence Jackson

Schaumburg, IL

#1 Jul 19, 2006
Please check out this web_site per : "Brence Jackson", case
Thank you...
Cheryl Jackson-Brown


#2 Jul 21, 2006
What Judge lamb actually said is that he could not except the expert Oppinion of Dr. Okoye because the stipulation did not allow for another oppinion...Of course the stipulation was drawn up by Mr. Elliot the county prosicuter. The stipulation stated the case was to be turned over to the Attorney General's office if the autopsy report showed poisoning so Berrien County disregarded the toxocology test and did not include them in the autopsy report. Mayo clinic one of several Labs who performed test found high level of three toxic poisoning. The County can not deny this. However they have truth in front of them but they don't know how to relate to truth because they are used to doing as they please. Telling the truth is not what they are acustom to doing. they keep denying this because they are so deep into the denial which started 25 years ago when Paul Maloney was the prosicuter and is not the Chief Judge of Berrien County . He thinks he has enough potical pull to cover this crime to protect his reputation because he has just been nominated to a federal Judgeship by Pres. Bush. He needs to understand that when you tell the truth you have nothing to hide but when you lie you can be sure the truth will expose it. WWW.BRENCEJACKSON.COM
Arlene Juckett

United States

#3 Jul 22, 2006
Its so hard to believe that you are finally getting somewhere with this "very heartbreaking nagging problem for you and yours" You have my very best wishes and my prayers too., Cheryl. sincerely Are
Jenifer Pitts


#4 Jul 29, 2006
I hope the officials of Berrien County are fully exposed and brought to justice for putting the Jackson family through a 25 year fight for the truth with no closure on their father's death. I also hope that the person who has done this to him is brought to justice also.
Cheryl Jackson -Brown


#5 Jul 30, 2006
Brence Jackson was murdered by arsenic poisoning and Berrien County Officials have covered this crime for political reasons. Paul Maloney was prosicuter at the time the death was reported. He is now chief Judge of Berrien County and recently nominated by Pres. Bush to a federal Judgeship for Western Michigan. More poisonings may have occured by the same person's who poisoned Brence Jackson prior to his murder and now because the county decided not to investigate this crime. I fear more poisons have occured. For more information go to WWW.ARROWOFTHELORD.COM
Cheryl Jackson- Brown


#6 Aug 1, 2006
Paul Maloney refused to help find out truth of the Brence Jackson poisoning check it out at WWW.BRENCEJACKSON.COM
Cheryl Jackson- Brown


#7 Oct 24, 2006
The attorney Generals office namely Donna Pendergast refused to contact the expert witness Dr. Okoye. to even hear what he had to say. She also told me that I may be right about my fathers murder but that I would get no help from the attorney generals office in proving it. Information on dr. Okoya is listed below. Please feel free to contact the Michian attorney generals office and ask them why they have closed there eyes to this crime.
Cheryl Jackson- Brown


#8 Oct 24, 2006
Dr. Matthias I. Okoye, M.D., J.D.
President & CEO,
Nebraska Institute of Forensic Sciences, Inc.
Associate Professor of Forensic Pathology,
Creighton University School of Medicine in Omaha, Nebraska
Dr. Matthias I. Okoye is a practicing physician and lawyer, and the director of the Nebraska Institute of Forensic Sciences, Inc., and Nebraska Forensic Medical Services, P.C. In addition, he is an associate professor of forensic pathology at Creighton University School of Medicine, Omaha, Nebraska. He is also an adjunct professor of forensic medicine and pathology at several universities abroad. He was formerly the Chief Medical Examiner for the District of Columbia Washington, D.C., and Associate Professor of Forensic Pathology at Georgetown University, George Washington University, and Howard University, Washington, D.C.
Dr. Okoye is a consultant forensic pathologist with the State of Nebraskaís Office of the Attorney General, serves as a coronerís physician and forensic pathologist for Lancaster County, Nebraska, as well as, for several other counties in Nebraska. Dr. Okoye is also an attending pathologist at Lincolnís BryanLGH Medical Center and St. Elizabeth Regional Medical Center. In addition, he is president and CEO of the Lincoln Law Firm of Okoye & Associates.
Born in Nigeria, Dr. Okoye received his medical degrees (Summa Cum Laude) from the University of Lagos College of Medicine, Lagos, Nigeria and the British Conjoint Board before serving as a senior house officer in surgery and pathology for the Nigerian Ministry of Health. He was a junior fellow in pathology at Kingís College, University of Cambridge, U.K., in 1972. In 1976, he came to the United States and undertook residencies in anatomic and clinical pathology at the University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, Kansas. He also took a residency in forensic pathology at the state of Marylandís Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.
Dr. Okoye also earned both a master of science degree in pharmaceutical science (toxicology) from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and a law degree from the Detroit College of Law at Michigan State University. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Pathology and the American Board of Legal Medicine.
He is a member of the State Bars of Pennsylvania and Nebraska and is also admitted to practice in several Federal Courts and the U.S. Supreme Court. He is a member of the Board of Governors of the American College of Legal Medicine, Board of Trustees of the American board of Legal Medicine, Editorial Board of the Journal of International Academy of Legal Medicine, and a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland. He is a member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, National Association of Medical Examiners, and a Fellow of the College of American Pathologists. He has also lectured and published extensively in forensic pathology, forensic toxicology, and legal medicine.
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Taylor Swan

United States

#9 Oct 24, 2006
Do you think that the prosecutor can ignore this doctor's credentials?
Andrew Nierman

Chicago, IL

#10 Oct 24, 2006
justice delayed is justice denied
Larry Backus

Omaha, NE

#11 Oct 25, 2006
I miss my Uncle. Why is the evidence being ignored?
There is no statue of limitation on murder, at the
least, this should be an open murder case.

Pompano Beach, FL

#12 Oct 28, 2011
It's now 2011.

Can't you appeal in a Federal Court?

Escalate this to generate national exposure..


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