More evidence that Brad Cooper was framed: Prosecution experts’ testimony about the Google search and tampering

As many of you are aware, the State computer experts’ testimony wasn’t videotaped, so we were unable to hear it live. This was disappointing because it’s some of the most important testimony of the trial.  Now that I’ve had an opportunity to read that portion of the transcript, I would like to share some of…

Brad’s cell phone and the 32 digit pass code

Brad’s cell phone is another subject worth discussing.  Throughout the trial, prosecutors tried to suggest that Brad placed a 32 digit pass code on his cell phone and that he, or someone close to him deleted most of the data from the phone.  They did this with full knowledge that it was Brad’s employer, Cisco…

Comparison of Wake County prosecutors handling of evidence – Cooper vs Young trial

Having watched both the Cooper and Young trials, I couldn’t help noticing the conflicting ways in which the Wake county prosecutors addressed certain things.  It seems there is a double standard when it comes to the importance of statements made by young children, the importance of eyewitnesses and the importance of evidence found at the…

What is circumstantial evidence?

Since following the Cooper trial and seeing so many factors that contributed to a very unfair trial, I’ve been trying to understand how the jury arrived at their verdict with so little concrete evidence.  I’ve taken a look at several other cases that also appear to be wrongful convictions and I’m noticing a pattern. In…