Monday, October 20, 2008

Hartford Police Forged Fingerprint Evidence

I post this article to prove that authorities and official accounts should ALWAYS be viewed with skepticism!

"2007 home invasion charges dropped

Charges are being dropped against a teen who spent more than a year behind bars, accused of a 2007 home invasion robbery, because the fingerprint evidence against him is faulty. A judge granted a motion to end the prosecution of Argenis J. Burgos after the initial fingerprint identification in the case proved to be incorrect. And Burgos, now 18, does not fit the victim's description of the robbers.


Burgos's lawyer says his client maintained his innocence and was never near the East Hartford apartment where a 71-year-old woman was robbed at gunpoint. Police initially said they lifted the fingerprint evidence from the base of a cordless phone. Burgos's lawyer says the print actually came from the getaway car, which was a stolen rental car (AP)."

So the cops basically FORGED EVIDENCE, huh?

Sigh. Sig Heil!