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Change of venue/Dna

The highly publicized case of Andy McCauley Jr, who was convicted of the murder of a 15-year-old girl in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, was marred by concerns over a fair trial. Despite his motion for a change of venue being denied, it was clear that the small town of Morgan County, where everyone knows each other, was not an ideal location for a fair trial. Evidence was left out, including DNA under the victim's nails that excluded McCauley Jr and was not further tested to identify the female owner. This issue needs to be addressed to ensure justice is served.

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1. The blood found under the victim's nails was from an unidentified female, but the state did not conduct further testing to determine its owner. 2. Andy McCauley's DNA was not found at the crime sce

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Free Andy McCauley Jr. 
Hebrews 13:3 ERV

Don’t forget those who are in prison. Remember them as though you were in prison with them. And don’t forget those who are suffering. Remember them as though you were suffering with them.

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