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Davontae Sanford reads on a third grade level hes emontionally inpaired he s legally blind in one of his eyes he was question without a parent or a lawyer present,they show him pictures of the crime scene,then ask him to draw a map of what they show him and use it against him,the real killer told them davontae didnt do it and he dont know davontae,the real killer was told if he help davontae They will charged him so keep ur mouth closed,davontae is on meds in there davontae is getting weak they know davontae is inocent they used him as bait,so the big fishes dont get exposed,why is the name smothers still walking the streets
False confessions by dysfunctional people are a fact of life. Sanford's confession is about as probative as those given under torture during the Spanish Inquisition, so what gave it enough legs to land Sanford in prison on a guilty plea? The sorry answer is that it made things easy for the criminal justice system.
Wrongly imprisoned since he was 14, Davontae Sanford, now 18,
Davontae Sanford was wrongly convicted. He is innocent! Join the effort to get the truth out and free him.
Thumb Correctional Facility
3225 John Conley Dr.
Lapeer, MI 48446
ELUTHERIA - Support 2nd chance Law for Juveniles: Wrongful Conviction of Youth - Devontae Sanford
If you don't stand for something you will fall for anything.
April 9, 2012, at 8 a.m. on her doorsteps at the Frank Murphy Hall of Justice
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Walyer Savage Landor once said "Delay of justice is injustice" his words could of been created and inspired by the Davontae Sanford case, yet this was a statement made long before Davontae was even born. When you acknowledge the awareness and the wisdom of ancestors in seeking Justice, then we must all recognize our failings.
Yet amongst us walk true advocates, people who tirelessly campaign and fight for the rights of others, whose voices scream for Justice in the most dark and cold…
A Detroit hit man in prison for eight murders said he's willing to publicly take responsibility for four more to help clear a young man who now says he's innocent of the slayings and confessed at age 14 only to satisfy police.