Michigan high court keeps young Davontae Sanford’s frame-up intact.

Michigan high court rules against young man in 4 Detroit deaths | The Detroit News

“Defendant filed a motion to withdraw his guilty plea after he was sentenced,” the state Supreme Court’s April 25 order. “MCR 6.310(C) permits a defendant to withdraw a guilty plea after sentencing only if the trial court determines that there was an error in the plea proceeding that would entitle the defendant to have the plea set aside.”

via Michigan high court rules against young man in 4 Detroit deaths | The Detroit News.


Errors apparent in Davontae’s guilty plea have been covered at length in previous posts.

Davontae’s confession was incredible from the start, and will remain so, just as “hit man” Vincent Smothers confession to the same crimes was credible from the start, and will remain so.

The long and short of it is that Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy doesn’t give a damn about justice, and neither do Michigan courts.

This isn’t just a failure of the justice system, this is a failure of innocence organizations, a failure of the FBI and Justice Department, and – most of all – a failure of the mainstream media.

Detroit police have a history of coercing incredible confessions, and the Wayne County Prosecutor has a history of running with them:

http://www.crimelibrary.com/notorious_murders/not_guilty/coerced_confessions/index.html

About Susan Chandler

Now-disabled interior/exterior designer dragged into battling conviction corruption from its periphery in a third personal battle with civil public corruption.
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