The two coworkers were tricked into believing that Samiya's remains were recovered at the shop when they were asked to step outside the shop and watched from a distance when police searched the shop with the CSI team wearing special suits. Then they walked out with evidence bags and the CSI team were cheering as if they made a major discovery from the shop. worried and concerned about his business and wanting to know exactly what was going on there, Mr. Miata had asked the lead detective what was going on inside his shop. Brown had advised them that they recovered human remains and everyone in the shop were going to jail. But none of what he told them were true. The next day out of fear of imprisonment, Miata and Morrison went to a private lawyer and were advised to cooperate which they did even if that meant lying against me on the stand. (See, Morrison's statement to my private investigator before trial)
Samiya's family and school friends were led into believing the same as Miata and Morrison , thus, they wanted to punish someone police told them was responsible for Sami's death so they told the jury what the prosecutor asked them to say. Police officers were the main witnesses against me and were lying to help their own case. This should not surprise any of you because if they can kill people and stand by each other, they did and can lie together.
The jury cared less about mountains of doubts that covered this case and convicted me. The followings are the evidence relied upon to convict!
The jury did not question the followings that were the definition of reasonable doubt.
a. Throughout this case, the prosecution accused me of murdering and chopping the body, making my car disappear. But they never provided any evidence to prove how I chopped the body and where is the evidence. How did I make my car disappear where is the evidence.
b. the prosecution told them that I chopped Sami body inside the mechanic shop using an electric saw. But despite a thorough search of the shop by police CSI team, they could not provide the jury with any type of bone fragment, blood or any other residual remains to support the chopping of a body inside a shop theory. the shop was also open for business less than 12 hours later. Certainly, it is common knowledge that no matter how careful one is, chopping a body with a high speed electric saw would have scattered bone fragments and other biological evidence all around the shop and even if those evidences were invisible to the naked eye, the modern scientific equipment would have discovered it.
c. to fill the evidentiary gap, the prosecution provided the jury with a photo of hair clump alleged to have been found in the shop, which, according to police expert could have come from Sami's family's DNA profile. -- the police who claimed finding this hair clump testified that he scooped about 20 buckets of oil and poured it into another bucket through a screen when he noticed a black 2 inch long substance that was a hair clump (see-- photo of hair provided by Detective Sheptuk). detective further claimed that he took the same hair and sealed it in an evidence plastic bag and sent it to the laboratory for testing. The problem here was when the hair expert testified, she said the same hair clump was dry when she received it with no oil attached to the hairs. Here, once again, the jury knew that the oil does not evaporate from human hair therefore the hair could not have been found at the shop. Certainly, the jury had to have known that an accusation or guesswork is not evidence to convict and sentence someone to life in prison.
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