Fairbanks Police and District Attorney HID A MURDER CONFESSION in Fairbanks Four Case

truth“There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.” Elie Wiesel

The time for protest is now.

The time for justice is now.

The time for the people to take back the justice system of Alaska is now.

The sitting Fairbanks Police Chief has called the Fairbanks Four case “model police work.”

The state of Alaska has said that they have never had any indication that justice was not served.

If we live in a state where this is model police work, and murder confessions by other parties do not constitute an “indication” that the wrong people are in prison, we are in incredible trouble as a society.

We have called it one of the most deliberate and disgusting miscarriages of injustice in the history of Alaska. Today, the debate ends. The Alaska Innocence filed a motion to supplement their motion for Post Conviction Relief that definitively proves that the Fairbanks Police Department received a confession of murder by William Holmes, given to a prison guard in the California prison where Holmes was serving a sentence for unrelated murders, and DID NOTHING WITH IT. They hid it. They swept it under the rug. They kept it in the dark, not realizing that the LIGHT IS COMING.

The State of Alaska commits a crime against George Frese, Kevin Pease, Eugene Vent, and Marvin Roberts every moment of every day. They put innocent men in prison in 1997 and have fought to keep innocent men in prison ever since.

Articles about this filing will dominate the news in the days to come. Read one HERE and below, and stay tuned. We will post in more detail. 



17 thoughts on “Fairbanks Police and District Attorney HID A MURDER CONFESSION in Fairbanks Four Case

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    • Thank you Mr. Campbell for your readership. Feel free to follow the available citations. Not only is this not “BS,” it is largely just a repeating of the FPD’s own statements about what happened to this confession.
      Although comments like this are not of particular value to any discourse, they appear here. Your variety of composed and then deleted comments yesterday calling us “child molesters,” making threats, cursing, etc. are not publishable because you yourself deleted them.

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