Forensic Evidence of Criminal Activity by Someone Inside the Memphis-Shelby County Criminal Court System to Sabotage Vern Braswell's Case.
Read and download evidence which lays out the case that someone inside the Memphis - Shelby County Criminal Justice System engaged in criminal behavior to undermine Vern Braswell's criminal case by violating his civil and constitutional rights.
In July of 2020, following a George Floyd march and moment of reflection by the Memphis - Shelby County legal community, Vern Braswell received a letter of apology from an anonymous source which included actual original documents that went missing from Vern's trial court files immediately before his appeal 15 years earlier.
OUR DOCUMENTS & EVIDENCE OF CRIMINAL ACTIVITY:
- The "Talking Points & Evidence Guide" walks you through the criminal act of someone stealing evidence from trial court files, how evidence was concealed, withholding evidence of innocence, and proof of racism in the Memphis - Shelby County DA's Office.
- The "Instructions for Reviewing the Exhibits / Sets of Documents"
- Exhibits / Documents A - Q
We recommend you download and print the Talking Points and open the Exhibits on you computer or device so that you can refer to the Exhibits as you read the Talking Points Evidence Guide.
Google Drive Folder Containing Evidence Guide and Exhibits / Sets of Documents:
VIEW OR DOWNLOAD DOCUMENTS AND EVIDENCE HERE:
WHO HAS BEEN INFORMED:
We will maintain, post, and share a list of every government official, organization, and agency that we inform about the evidence of criminal activity inside the Shelby County criminal justice system as well as their response or the actions they've taken.
You will know who's serious about eradicating Jim Crow style corruption and misconduct, who's just giving lip service, and who's in favor of maintaining Jim Crow Justice in Memphis, Tennessee.
SHELBY COUNTY DAG AMY WEIRICH’s RESPONSE TO STOLEN EVIDENCE RESURFACING AFTER 15 YEARS:
Upon being informed that stolen evidence resurfaced after 15 years, head DA Amy Weirich did not say this is a miscarriage of justice, did not say this is appalling, did not say this is a travesty, or how could this happen. When WMC Action News 5 reached out to Shelby County District Attorney General Amy Weirich for comment about this case and the missing character reference letters. Her office forwarded this statement: “There is an established legal procedure for appealing a conviction that does not include first holding a press conference and hoping the media will carry the ball for you…”
Her response suggests she was not at all shocked or surprised that evidence was stolen from Vern's official trial court record. Interestingly, in her response she attacked Vern, the victim in this situation, and she cryptically fired a shot at the media.