Monday, February 02, 2009

You Tube Video

An anonymous supporter of Todd's--I know not the person's name--has taken up the cause of evidence preservation generally and illustrated it with Todd's case in a new YouTube video:

The video makes an important point about the lack of respect evidence receives these days. The Colorado House will be hearing comments on a bill regarding preservation of DNA evidence on Monday, February 9, and I plan to be there to testify. In the coming days, I'll be posting more details about HB 1121, DNA Evidence Preservation Process.


Doc said...

Set to publish at my place just after midnight Wednesday. Hang in there guys.

Anonymous said...

On behalf of Todd Newmiller and his family, I express my greatest gratitude to the individual(s) who formulated this video. Todd's case needs to be viewed worldwide. The judicial system in Colorado is in dire need of repair; restoration back to integrity. Innocent or questionable convictions are a common practice in Colorado. A critical examination of the Colorado judicial process, and those who oversee it, is now being called upon.

Anonymous said...

You're welcome. I'm happy that I can help; even if it's in a small way. Todd has my full support!