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Problems with the John Allen Muhammad Execution-Possibility of Fabrication, Evidence Problems, PTSD, Destruction of Evidence In Criminal Investigation, Processing of Pardon Requests
(2009)
  • James T Struck
Abstract

The John Allen Muhammad execution illustrates that alleged criminal involvement can be artificially fabricated with no actual involvement, pardons are not adequately processed, fingerprint evidence is unreliable, death penalty may involve destruction of evidence in a criminal investigation, and there are tremendous problems with treatment of illness in our courts.

Keywords
  • Death Penalty Law-Capital Punishment-Judicial Process
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Publication Date
Winter 2009
Citation Information
James T Struck. "Problems with the John Allen Muhammad Execution-Possibility of Fabrication, Evidence Problems, PTSD, Destruction of Evidence In Criminal Investigation, Processing of Pardon Requests" (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/james_struck/3/