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    Posted May 9, 2011 by
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    Brad Cooper Murder Trial **** FAIR AND JUST TRIAL?

     

    North Carolina Jury convicted Brad Cooper for the Murder of his wife, Nancy Cooper....

     

    Brad Cooper was indicted, tried and convicted....and is now serving a life time sentence without parole for the murder.

     

    A person in the USA is suppose to get a "fair and just trial"

    or so the Constitution of the USA states this is a right.

     

    I would encourage anyone who reads this to go to

    WRAL.COM and search for "Brad Cooper Murder Trial" and you can "see" for yourself....just how the North Carolina Judicial System works...

     

    Was Brad Cooper indicted on murder charges with

    evidence or illusions?

     

    Was Brad Cooper prosecuted or railroaded?

     

    Was Brad Cooper's conviction based on Facts or Fiction?

     

    Was this trial based on gossip or the truth?

     

    Was the whole truth....nothing but the truth....revealed

    before the members of the jury in this trial?  Or was part of it hidden from the jury members....

     

    All trials should be video taped when a person's life is on the line......so that if and when there is something in question about how the case was handled......there is solid proof of what actually took place....

     

    You might be quite surprised at what you actually see and hear.......but this is REAL....and it affected one man's life forever.

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