Without a reasonable Doubt
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After watching The Dateline NBC investigation of “The Girl with the Blue Mustang”, I was utterly disturbed. It’s an extremely compelling story about a young lady murdered in a Palmdale Park n’ Ride, in Los Angeles County, California. Since the beginning of May 2010, I have been completely draw to this story. In my dreams, daily errands, caring for 3 active children and a loving husband.
Sergeant Raymond Jennings is a family man, it was his second day at work, bonded, forbidden by law to carry a firearm,and his supervisor told him he was subject to inspection at all times. In a personal note, my condolences go out to the O’Keefe family and friends. I pray that I will never have to endure the pain, frustration, numbness, and overwhelming need for closure, in the lost of your beautiful, loving daughter in such a horrific way. It is not my intention to hurt you further, but in doing so, I am sure I may.
With that being said I will continue with my theory into the way that Sergeant Raymond Lee Jennings was unjustly harassed for a decade, tried for a crime he didn’t commit, and is now sentenced to serve 40 years in prison.
It is imperative that you watch Dateline’s “The Girl with the Blue Mustang” investigation by Correspondent Keith Morrison at the link below before reading any further. The interviews an hour long so plan to sit a bit.. Was Jennings convicted of this murder “without a reasonable doubt”? I have collected some vital and contradictory information about the people involved in exaggerating, twisting and goosing the truth to warrant an unjust and immoral murder trial against Sergeant Jennings. The murder case in which individuals for the prosecution, cut and pasted Jennings statements, out of context, to persuade a jury that he was guilty.
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The level of certainty a juror must have to find a defendant guilty of a crime. A real doubt, based upon reason and common sense after careful and impartial consideration of all the evidence, or lack of evidence, in a case.
Proof beyond a reasonable doubt, therefore, is proof of such a convincing character that you would be willing to rely and act upon it without hesitation in the most important of your own affairs. “However, it does not mean an absolute certainty”.
There is an abundance of evidence that wasn’t mentioned in the Dateline interview; amazingly enough they produced an hour airing from a decade of time. Sadly enough my mind was stormed with questions, the why, the when, the how, and the “What’s”.
Raymond Lee Jennings is an Army National Guardsman, a Husband, an Iraq vet, a father of 5 with no criminal background. They depicted him as a rapist, carjacking, cold- blooded murderous, low life with a “$6-an-hour security guard” job that was an “amazingly glib person, you know, given his level of education.” And the reason being, the things that he knew about the events surrounding the murder of Michelle O’Keefe. “He knew, for example, about the sequence of the shots, that the first shot was point blank into her chest” per Detective Longshore’s statement. “He knew too much, and he knew, he knew too much”, Per R. Rex Parris statement. He had to have seen something, somebody… anything. Right? Wrong!
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