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'm just a guy who saw the Dateline show and became interested in the injustice being done to Ray. I am a dad, husband, grandfather and US Army veteran and I work as a management professional in the construction industry. I have been corresponding with Ray for almost two years and have become involved in helping him regain his freedom.

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Reply Scott
1:54 PM on April 23, 2014 
I saw the show on Dateline and am again appalled at our justice system. Lee was not proven guilty beyond a shadow of a doubt by any means. The whole case made no since and they just needed a scapegoat to settle the case. The proof was, is , not there to convict the man.
The issue about Lee seeing the woman twitching is nonsense. I am a medical doctor and I know, depending upon the type of injury, it can take minutes for someone to die and at the end can have some residual, terminal, motor twitching in their body or deep sighs. The jury did this man an injustice. I hope and pray that someday this man can be free again. Just as Ferguson in Missouri finally was released this last year.
Reply Ozwizard
12:41 AM on April 7, 2014 
I am new to the case, after seeing Dateline and reading what I can find on the Internet.....one question bothers me. Why was it thought that Michelle pulled into a dark area to change clothes for a college class? If they didn't pull into the parking lot until 9:23 pm why would you think about changing clothes and going to class that late? I can't believe she would have had a class that lasted past 10:00 pm....most evening classes are from 7:00-10:00 pm...at least in my experience back when this crime occurred. Just something that has been nagging at me. Is it possible she was planning on meeting someone or that she didn't want her parents to see her dressed that way and know that she missed her class? Thanks
Reply Cindy E
10:22 AM on April 6, 2014 
I want to encourage Ray, his wife, and children, as well as his extended family. You have truth on your side. Hold your heads high, hang on, and wait for your vindication! I will be praying. Is there any way to write him and his family?
Reply nanny.mcmillan
4:16 PM on February 1, 2013 
Thanks for your email address :) I sent you an email, so let me know if you got it!
Reply nanny.mcmillan
2:20 AM on February 1, 2013 
Thank you so much! I will send my letter right away! Is there anything I need to be aware of? (Am I allowed to express my belief in his innocence?) I just want to make sure my letter passes the screening process!!
Thanks again!
Reply nanny.mcmillan
2:50 AM on January 31, 2013 
Thank you so much for this update!! I would LOVE to write to Ray!! I feel like I am supposed to. How do I go about doing this? Do I need to write a letter and send it by mail? Please let me know and I will write to him soon! I am praying for a miracle in this situation. I look forward to hearing any news on the progress of this case.

Take care!
KIM
Reply Weber
1:39 PM on January 18, 2013 
Dear Errol: Unsure if you've received previous emails to such the following effect: I AM able to assist with legal research, habeas corpus writ, appeals, etc. I am somewhat confused, here, however: You state on the Home Page hereinto, that, amongst other things, Mr. Jennings is scheduled for an appeals hearing in March. Please clarify, as it is my understanding he has thus exhausted this course, on a state venue courseway, at least. And, to such, stands the proverbial queery: How on EARTH has such an appeals been lodged on the docket prevailing WITHOUT counsel? Just some hearty concerns anyone with legal continuity ought have in this situation, forgive me. Whatever I may do to assist, PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO ASK. (FYI: 'Am a JD, well familiarized in the dexterities of legal pleadings, supportive case law P&A's, local/state/federal rules of court, etc., et al. Likewise, have done habeas corpus writs in past and have assisted former clients in their prevailing with the courts.) 'Leave it to you to email the mat's and necessary doc's to proceed forth. Thanking you for your ongoing dedication, I remain, True to the Cause for Redemption of an Innocent Man -- JHWeber, JD