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    Exclamation A former death row inmate is suing the cops who framed him...

    A wrongfully convicted former death row inmate is suing the cops who framed him...


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    A man who spent 37 years in prison after the Tampa Police Department falsified evidence against him is now suing four TPD officers and an “expert witness” for damages.
    Robert DuBoise was just 18 when he was arrested in 1983. Following his arrest, four TPD officers allegedly conspired to falsify evidence against him in order to wrongfully convict him of murder and rape. From the day of his arrest until his release last year, DuBoise consistently maintained his innocence.



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    https://www.orlandoweekly.com/Blogs/archives/2021/10/05/wrongfully-convicted-former-death-row-inmate-is-suing-tampa-police-officers-who-allegedly-framed-him
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    I never understood why any cop would "frame" someone...if you are under pressure from brass to solve a case, which does happen and a career is right in the spotlight...STILL you dont make it up, you dont create it and you dont blame when you DO NOT have the evidence.

    Its unconcionable to send an 18 yr old to prison until hes 55...they stole his life

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    I hope he wins big!

    I also hope the cops who did this go to prison. Will they?
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    The cops were guilty of attempted murder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DGUtley View Post
    A wrongfully convicted former death row inmate is suing the cops who framed him...


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    A man who spent 37 years in prison after the Tampa Police Department falsified evidence against him is now suing four TPD officers and an “expert witness” for damages.
    Robert DuBoise was just 18 when he was arrested in 1983. Following his arrest, four TPD officers allegedly conspired to falsify evidence against him in order to wrongfully convict him of murder and rape. From the day of his arrest until his release last year, DuBoise consistently maintained his innocence.



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    https://www.orlandoweekly.com/Blogs/archives/2021/10/05/wrongfully-convicted-former-death-row-inmate-is-suing-tampa-police-officers-who-allegedly-framed-him

    Suing doesn't sound like enough. I've long believed that deliberate false witness , if proven, should come with the same sentence the victim got or faced.

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    This is the primary reason that I am against Capital Punishment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DGUtley View Post
    A wrongfully convicted former death row inmate is suing the cops who framed him...


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    A man who spent 37 years in prison after the Tampa Police Department falsified evidence against him is now suing four TPD officers and an “expert witness” for damages.
    Robert DuBoise was just 18 when he was arrested in 1983. Following his arrest, four TPD officers allegedly conspired to falsify evidence against him in order to wrongfully convict him of murder and rape. From the day of his arrest until his release last year, DuBoise consistently maintained his innocence.



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    https://www.orlandoweekly.com/Blogs/archives/2021/10/05/wrongfully-convicted-former-death-row-inmate-is-suing-tampa-police-officers-who-allegedly-framed-him
    So I'm not sure what you're saying with this OP... are you for him or against him, or is there some other subject going on here?

    Just based on what I'v seen here, I think the guy should retire in luxury from his law suit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Common View Post
    I never understood why any cop would "frame" someone...if you are under pressure from brass to solve a case, which does happen and a career is right in the spotlight...STILL you dont make it up, you dont create it and you dont blame when you DO NOT have the evidence.

    Its unconcionable to send an 18 yr old to prison until hes 55...they stole his life
    If cops, or a cop is desperate enough, because of mistakes or because they NEED to produce a perp, they will do anything. Cops get busted all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jet57 View Post
    So I'm not sure what you're saying with this OP... are you for him or against him, or is there some other subject going on here? Just based on what I'v seen here, I think the guy should retire in luxury from his law suit.
    What an odd inquiry - "...saying with this OP.."? What do you mean "saying"? What other subject could be going on here?

    Since you asked, however, I support these lawsuits and claims. I'm a little surprised, you should know that I am a 'justice' type person and I would want 'justice' done here.
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    lol
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