Welcome to the Open Thread.
To supplement my complaint, I have been assembling more information and documentation for law enforcement on the cyberstalker. As a result, I have not had sufficient time to write a new article for today.
The cyberstalker’s other site also has been shut down and no longer exists.
Evidently, he is on the run because his twitter account no longer exists.
I represented Mr. Stenson at his death penalty trial in 1994. He was convicted and sentenced to death.
Last year, the Washington State Supreme Court reversed his conviction in an 8-1 decision and remanded the case to the trial court because the prosecution withheld exculpatory evidence from the defense that might have changed the outcome, if we had known about it.
I wrote a post about the decision that you can read here.
I linked to the majority and dissenting opinions in the case.
I recommend rereading the opinion, as prosecutorial and police misconduct are two of the seven causes of wrongful convictions. I wrote about false confessions earlier this week.