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What if we told you (regarding the Edward Jesse Dreyfuse case )

What if I were to tell you that a former prosecutor has now taken the temporarily vacated seat on the Supreme Court in your state and he’s up for election this year? What if I were to tell you that it’s already been exposed that he’s been responsible for at least two different wrongful convictions where those people were later exonerated of, sued the state, which cost taxpayers such as yourself millions of dollars. But this prosecutor has never suffered any consequences. Not only has he secured the temporarily vacated seat in your state’s Supreme Court, but there’s another man currently in prison who was wrongfully convicted that this prosecutor was also responsible for. This man has submitted all of the new evidence that proves his innocence. Problem is, the other judges on the Supreme Court don’t want you to know about this until AFTER the election, so this prosecutor has a better chance of winning.

Would you want this information being kept from you, the taxpayer? The voter? How would you feel, after the election, if this prosecutor had secured his seat, and then you found out that the other judges had been delaying releasing an innocent man from prison until after the election, even though he’s already been wrongfully incarcerated for over a decade? The media has already slandered him, all thanks to this prosecutor that the others judges are trying to protect. Doesn’t the public deserve to know the truth? Especially when you’re the ones voting and your tax dollars pay their salaries?

This is the case with Sean Hammers and the West Virginia Supreme Court. He’s already been involved in at least two wrongful convictions, and they’re holding another wrongfully convicted man, Edward Jesse Dreyfuse, in prison until after this election. That’s because Sean Hammers was the prosecutor in Jesse’s wrongful conviction case as well. Look it up. It’s all true. How is that fair to this innocent man who has already been in prison for over 10 years? How is that fair to you, the people of West Virginia?

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