We believe the facts and circumstances of the case and the trial court's findings should be examined by the appellate court as part of the normal safeguarding process. We will defer to the Western District Court of Appeals' decision in this matter, and if the court determines the judge's ruling is correct, we will not pursue further action.
that Mr. Allen is innocent of the crimes with which he was charged. Many people feel strongly that Mr. Allen is innocent, and many others believe strongly in his guilt. Judge Green's ruling does not exonerate Mr. Allen, however, the failure of police to follow protocol during the initial investigation and trial is the reason Mr. Allen will be released.In other words: We're not the ones who f--ked this up, guys. It was the police.
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