Pursuit of Justice: The Raymond Lee Jennings Case

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Pursuit of Justice The Raymond Lee Jennings Case

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I am a nanny and author of children's books, living in Halifax, Nova Scotia. 

I have taken a special interest in this case since watching the episode on Dateline.  My heart broke as the guilty verdict was read. I honestly feel it  was not fair to have the final trial in the girls home town. The people were ovbiously aware of the families desperate need for closure, so I feel the verdict was based more so on emotions then on the actual truth/facts. I see both sides of the story and I want true justice to be served in this case, but as far as I can see, this case is far from closed. We must not seek to have answers and closure outside of God's timing and especially not at the expense of another human's life!  I  am praying that this wil be the year where the entire truth is revealed and peace will overflow in the lives of everyone involved; including, Jennings, and Michelle's family. 

I am praying daily for this case. Please keep me informed of the progress.

 

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5 Comments

Reply Todd Karutz
7:19 PM on February 10, 2014 
Very well said, I could not agree more. Unfortunately when something this tragic happens, families want answers and someone to blame. I feel horrible for the O'Keefe family but putting an innocent man in prison with no evidence is not the answer.
Reply Cecilia
11:21 PM on September 16, 2013 
I totally agree. He wasn't guilty beyond the "reasonable doubt". I cannot imagine what is to loose a daughter, but there was not enough evidence to break another life, and the life of 5 kids...
Reply errol.brown44
11:15 AM on February 1, 2013 
Also Kim, please feel free to email me direct anytime - no need to go through the website. My email address is [email protected]
Reply errol.brown44
12:21 AM on February 1, 2013 
Hi Kim,

You can write to Ray at:

Ray Jennings AD-0123
3C03-241
PO Box 3471
Corcoran, CA 93212

It takes a day or two longer than regular mail because his mail has to go through the prison screening process, but Ray answers promptly so you will hear from him soon.
Reply errol.brown44
1:53 AM on January 31, 2013 
Hi Nanny Mcmillan,

Thank you so much for your support. My wife Grace and I just visited Raymond for the first time this Saturday (I'll put a picture up on the website). He was in great spirits and the five hours we spent there just flew by. Things are moving along, the Innocence Project is continuing their investigation and they are also helping Raymond prepare his federal appeal. Please feel free to write to Ray. He loves to hear from people on the outside who believe in his innocence. I will keep you updated of any new developments. Regards, Errol