GREELEY TRIBUNE Greg Campbell July 15, 2007 JULY 22, 2007 District Attorney Abrahamson’s Statement as Guest Commentary

BLOGS & MISC. The Art of the Prank Reprints part of "Revisiting a conviction" by Miles Moffeit, Denver Post, July 14, 2007 Because of the initial misconception that it was a joke Metafilter discussion

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Westword "The Latest Word" by Michael Roberts - praise for Denver Post

Court TV Message Boards Old Cases

Carnegie Legal Reporting Program at Newhouse – compliments Moffeit, links to Denver Post wild discussion

Strange Justice – copies Campbell entire story with no credit given

Innocence Project

Innocence Blog July 20

Denver DA reexamines 1987 murder; lawmaker calls for better evidence preservation
Comment and link to "Trashing the Truth"

Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition
Our mission is to reverse the trend of mass incarceration in Colorado. We are a coalition of nearly 5,000 individual members and 112 organizations who have united to stop perpetual prison expansion in Colorado through policy and sentence reform. Our chief areas of interest include drug policy reform, women in prison, racial injustice, the impact of incarceration on children and families, the problems associated with re-entry and stopping the practice of using private prisons in our state.
"Think Outside the Cage"
pointing to Denver Post July 18 "Adams DA takes up 1987 murder"

Society of Professional Journalists – Jon Marshall’s News Gems - "Presumed Guilty"
Miles Moffeit of the Denver Post has written a searing story about a Colorado boy convicted of murder using dubious circumstantial evidence. Moffeit's "Revisiting a Conviction" masterfully retraces the investigation and prosecution of Tim Masters, who was 15 at the time of the 1987 killing and now sits in a Colorado prison. Moffeit then describes the efforts of people trying to get Masters released and details the DNA samples and other evidence that point toward his innocence. The result is an account that shows how police and prosecutors can go terribly off track. The story has a sharp point of view, which I think makes it stronger.

CONSTITUTION CLUB July 14, 2007 DFV the Scribe
A Gripping Mystery, and an Outrageous Miscarriage of Justice
You’re going to want to read this.
When I was an undergrad at Colorado State in Ft. Collins, the county was prosecuting a man for a previously unsolved murder, 20 years prior. I thought there wasn’t much evidence against him, and I thought he got a raw deal at trial, where he was convicted and sentenced to life.
But only now do I realize that he is completely innocent, and the victim of an injustice at the least, and probably an outright coverup.