Cameron Todd Willingham innocent, murdered by Texas, Gov. Perry, politics, and junk science


Texas executed an  innocent man, Cameron Todd Willingham on February 16, 2004.. I think this is now pretty clear.  This is NOT the only case of a wrongful execution. It is estimated that 7 % of people on death row are innocent. The other cases are covered up. Perry denied a stay of execution in the face of clear evidence that the alleged arson that Mr. Willingham was accused of was a fabrication of junk science. I would puke if Gov. Perry was EVER elected president. The morals of the residents of the state of Texas who vote for Gov. Perry are questionable to me.

Willingham was convicted and executed for the alleged arson that killed his three small children. Against the advice of his own counsel, Willingham also declined a life sentence in exchange for his guilty plea. He insisted he would not admit to something he had not done, even if it meant sparing his life.

A four-person panel of the Texas Forensic Science Commission investigating evidence of arson presented in the case acknowledged on July 23, 2010, that state and local arson investigators used “flawed science” in determining the blaze had been deliberately set.

The bastardized and corrupt psychiatry grinder, where the soft science of psychiatry is twisted and abused for ulterior motives, was used to fabricate a motivation for the alleged arson “murder” of his three children, when the fire was simply a terrible accident and tragedy. When will we put psychiatry hired guns like psychiatrist, James Grigson, also known as “Dr. Death” for bragging that he testifies in murder trials all over Texas to obtain convictions in murder cases, out of business?

The court, as they always do allowed the prosecution to falsely demonize the defendant – taking every little aspect of his life such as slapping his wife, having a heavy metal band poster or previous misdemeanor minor crime conviction and exaggerating it, expansively drawing a tale that Willingham was some kind of unremorseful monster. Willingham may have not been a Mother Teresa, and may have used vulgar language on occasion and even have hit his wife or had misdemeanor convictions for minor crimes, but this does not make him a monster who should be killed like a rodent.

The prosecution stretched every possible direction to paint a picture of Willingham as some kind of unremorseful creep. The prosecution claimed that Willingham may have been motivated by a desire to rid himself of his unwanted children. They extrapolated in a giant leap the fact that he had hit his wife a couple of times into a theory that he beat her up in trying to cause abortions when she was pregnant! The prosecutor also claimed that Willingham was a sociopath based on heavy metal  band posters  he had on his wall and other overreaching  arguments.

This is how jurors are brainwashed into a wrongful conviction and it happens all the time!  When will the public insist and Congress pass laws to guarantee that courts seek the truth and not just a grotesque fabricated story from the prosecutors to get another notch on their gun? When will prosecutors be held accountable for hiding the truth? When will politicians and judges be held accountable for suppressing the truth or rushing to judgment without giving time to uncover the truth? Where is the public outcry against this state sponsored murder of an innocent man?

However, those not associated with the case paint a different picture of Willingham. His former probation officer, Polly Goodin, said he had never demonstrated bizarre or sociopathic behavior and “He was probably one of my favorite kids,” she said. Even a former judge named Bebe Bridges—who had often stood, as she put it, on the “opposite side” of Willingham in the legal system, and who had sent him to jail for stealing—said that she could not imagine him killing his children. “He was polite, and he seemed to care,” she said.

Please view this movie:

http://www.incendiarymovie.com/INCENDIARY/INCENDIARY.html

For more information read here. We should never forget C. Todd Willingham. He should be the catalyst to end the death penalty in the U.S. Until we do, it will be wrongfully used as a tool for political campaigns and revenge even against the innocent.

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