Friday, December 25, 2015

Kerry Lyn Dalton: why we work to exonerate her


It's a blessing to be with Kerry on Christmas Day. 
We pray for peace and joy to the women on the Row in Chowchilla. 
We pray for love and blessings to touch all who are condemned here in the U.S.A., and for comfort and strength to their loved ones.

Updated 01/23/16
For those who don't have time to read through the abundant information and facts on this blog :  
We believe in Kerry Lyn's INNOCENCE. Ms. May was never even proven deceased. There is absolutely NO physical evidence that Ms. May was killed , was harmed, or there was any crime against her associated with Kerry and the other 3 co-defendants. To this day there are no forensics to evaluate, no forensics to prove - or disprove the case. No body, no blood, no weapon(s), no crime scene. Only a missing person's report filed at the request of the prosecutor's team. Ms. May was not declared deceased even DURING THE TRIAL.
So how can any one "re-create" the "crime scene" or act out the alleged murder without any forensics? How could that scene in the series be true and leave no evidence behind?
When you watch the Deadly Women episode you are watching the prosecutor and lead investigator's "story". If you were to read the trial you would learn it is NOT the same story they passed along to the show's writers. Even then, how can their version leave behind no evidence? Wouldn't the expert law enforcement investigators out-smart a bunch of meth addicts? (It is a fact that everyone involved at the trailer scene was an addict.) 
The case began July 1988, when Ms. May allegedly went missing; the record shows only law enforcement thought she was missing when they requested a CPS worker to call in a missing person report. So it is untrue when Dusek says Ms. Baker came to them.   
All claims that Kerry confessed were entered into court by way of hearsay; someone saying someone else told them something. NEVER did Kerry Lyn confess to anyone, at any time, check the records. 
That show is meant to inflame the viewers, it sensationalizes serious life occurrences for entertainment - fear driven entertainment. Mr, Dusek and Mr. Cooksey outright lied in that video for Deadly Women, I was at the trial, I know the case, I have the transcripts and the discovery.
Kerry Lyn's appeal has been held up for over 20 years - her 1st level appeal has not been judged yet - why? Because they do not want the truth to come out. 
That is why I have this blog, that is why I will not quit until Kerry is exonerated. I have the facts in my possession, I work to share them for Kerry's sake and for the many, many others who need our system fixed. 
What would you do if you KNEW your loved one was innocent on Death Row? I hope you would fight for their freedom. 
*Look through this blog for much more info and facts*

Sunday, December 20, 2015

Trial Testimony from Sheriff Wilson

Re-posted from 2011:

The following are excerpts from Sheriff Wilson’s Testimony,
he was at the residence the night of the alleged murder scene, June 26th, 1988,
that Dusek & Cooksey described in the Deadly Women show, in reference to the Dalton case;

(p. 2738 line 12-14)THE CLERK:  PLEASE STATE YOUR FULL NAME FOR THE
RECORD AND SPELL YOUR LAST.
THE WITNESS:     DAVID WILSON, W-I-L-S-O-N.
(p.2741,line 2-4)  
Q.
(prosecutor Dusek) OKAY. GOING BACK TO JUNE 2 6TH,
1988, DID YOU RECEIVE A CALL LEADING YOU TO A TRAILER PARK?
A. YES, I DID.
Q. ABOUT WHAT TIME DID YOU GET THE CALL, DEPUTY?
A. I COULD LOOK AT MY LOG AND GIVE YOU THE EXACT
TIME.
Q. ALL RIGHT. ALL RIGHT.
A. I HAVE A COPY OF IT. WELL IT IS A COPY. I CAN'T
EVEN READ IT. I BELIEVE THAT IT IS 2055 IS WHEN I
ACTUALLY RECEIVED THE TELEPHONE CALL AT MY RESIDENCE.
Q. THOSE OF US NOT IN THE MILITARY OR LAW
ENFORCEMENT, WHAT TIME IS THAT?
A. THAT WOULD BE 8:55 IN THE EVENING.

(p.2724 line 7-16)Q. WHERE DID YOU GO?
A. SPACE NUMBER 25,IN THE LIVE OAK SPRINGS TRAILER
PARK.
Q. ALL RIGHT.CAN YOU DESCRIBE THAT AREA FOR US, WHERE
THE TRAILER PARK WAS?
A. THE TRAILER PARK IS — IS IN A — WHAT USED TO BE -
IT WAS AN OLD RETIREMENT AREA, SMALL LIKE A LITTLE
VILLAGE, THEN THEY ADDED THE TRAILER PARK TO IT SO
THERE IS A LOT OF SMALL,  OLDER HOMES THERE WITH A
SMALL TRAILER PARK, APPROXIMATELY — APPROXIMATELY —
PROBABLY ABOUT 30 TRAILERS.
(p. 2745 line 28, 2746 1-10)Q. ALL RIGHT. HOW LONG DID IT TAKE YOU TO GET TO the
TRAILER, APPROXIMATELY?
A. LET'S SEE, I ARRIVED THERE AT 2102 SO IT WOULD
HAVE BEEN 7 MINUTES.
Q. DID YOU GO WITH ANYONE?
A. NO.
Q. WHAT TYPE OF VEHICLE?
A. I BELIEVE AT THAT TIME IT WAS A FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE
CHEVY BLAZER. I BELIEVE THAT WE HAD CHEVIES THEN.
Q. MARKED UNIT?
A. YES, IT WAS MARKED.
(p. 2747 21-27,p. 2748 16)Q. DID YOU SPEAK WITH MISS FEDOR?
A. YES, I DID.
Q. DESCRIBE HER CONDITION?
A. SHE APPEARED TO BE ON METHAMPHETAMINE. SHE WAS
VERY EXCITED, VERY — SHE WOULDN'T COMPLETE HER
SENTENCES. SHE WOULD START HER SENTENCE THEN RESTART
ANOTHER ONE. SHE WAS VERY PARANOID ACTING.
A. I HAVE ARRESTED OTHER PEOPLE FOR BEING UNDER THE
INFLUENCE OF METHAMPHETAMINE AND OTHER DRUGS.     
I HAD ALSO INTERVIEWED HER IN THE PAST.
I HAVE HAD CONTACT WITH HER.
(p.2751 line 22-28, 2752 1-23, Q. WHAT WAS THE ORIGIN OF THE CALL, DO YOU RECALL?
A. IT WAS TO TAKE A REPORT OF A BURGLARY.
Q. WHILE YOU WERE THERE, DID SHE REFER TO ANY OTHER
ITEMS OF EVIDENCE OR INTERESTS THAT YOU RECALL?
A. YES,SHE SAID THAT — WHEN I ASKED HER WHAT HAD
BEEN TAKEN FROM THE HOUSE,  SHE SAID A TRASH CAN HAD
BEEN TAKEN,  YELLOW TRASH CAN AND
A SLIPCOVER FOR A CHAIR.
Q. DID SHE TALK ABOUT ANY OTHER PIECES OF EVIDENCE
THERE THAT SHE WAS CONCERNED WITH?
A. YES, SHE DID.SHE SAID THAT THERE — SHE HAD
FOUND A BLOOD SOAKED PILLOW CASE ON HER BED.
Q. DID YOU TRY TO FIND THAT?
A. YES, I DID.
Q. WHAT WAS THE RESULT, WHAT HAPPENED?
A. I WAS UNABLE TO FIND IT.
Q. WHAT DID YOU DO, WHERE DID YOU LOOK?
A. I LOOKED — SHE SAID THAT IT HAD BEEN ON HER BED.
I LOOKED ON HER BED, IT WASN'T THERE. THEN SHE SAID
THAT THEY PUT IT IN A BOX, IT WAS UNDER THE TRAILER.
I LOOKED UNDERNEATH THE TRAILER. THERE WAS NO BOXES OR
PILLOW CASE.
Q. DID YOU ACTUALLY GO UNDER THE TRAILER?
A. I KNELT DOWN AT THE TRAILER, WAS ABLE TO LOOK
UNDERNEATH ASSISTED BY MY FLASHLIGHT.
Q. HOW LONG WAS THIS TRAILER?
A.I BELIEVE THAT IT IS 60 FEET, I BELIEVE.
Q. AND WHAT LOCATION DID YOU POSITION YOURSELF WHEN YOU
LOOKED UNDER THE TRAILER?
A. ABOUT FIVE DIFFERENT POSITIONS.
Q. YOU COULDN'T FIND ANYTHING THERE?
A. NO.
(2753 11-16)Q. YOU WROTE HER OFF AS A CRAZY DOPER?
A.YES,I DID.
Q.HOW LONG DID YOU REMAIN AT MISS FEDOR'S RESIDENCE?
A.I BELIEVE THAT I WAS THERE FOR ABOUT 18 MINUTES.
Q. DO YOU HAVE A LOG THAT SHOWS THAT?
A. YES, I DO. I ARRIVED AT 2102 AND I LEFT AT 2120
(p.2766 line 18-28, 2767 1-6)Q.(cross examination defense attorney Landon) AND WHEN
YOU CAME INTO THE KITCHEN, DID YOU SEE ANY BLOOD?
A. NO, I DIDN’T.
Q. WHEN YOU WENT INTO THE LIVING ROOM, DID YOU SEE ANY
BLOOD?
A. NO,I DID NOT.
Q. AND WHEN YOU CAME INTO THE MASTER BEDROOM, DID YOU
SEE ANY BLOOD?
A. NO, I DID NOT.
Q. DID JOANNE FEDOR, THIS INDIVIDUAL YOU HAD CONTACT
WITH, POINT OUT TO YOU ANY BLOOD IN THE TRAILER?
A. NO, SHE DID NOT.
Q. IF YOU HAD SEEN BLOOD IN THE TRAILER,WOULD YOU
HAVE MADE A NOTE OF THAT?
A. YES, I WOULD HAVE.
Q. WOULD THAT HAVE CONCERNED YOU?
A. YES,IT WOULD HAVE.
(p. 2768 line 9-27)Q. DID YOU — YOU HAD SOME COMMENT MADE BY JOANNE
FEDOR ABOUT HER FINDING A BLOOD-SOAKED PILLOWCASE;
IS THAT CORRECT?
A. YES.
Q. AND SHE INDICATED THAT SHE HAD — HAD FOUND IT ON
HER BED?
A. THAT'S CORRECT.
Q. AND DID YOU GO TO THE BED TO TAKE A LOOK TO SEE
WHETHER OR NOT YOU COULD FIND A BLOOD-SOAKED PILLOWCASE?
A. YES, I DID.
Q. AND DID YOU FIND ONE?
A. NO.
Q. AND DID YOU FIND ANY TRACE OF ANY BLOOD ON THE BED?
A. NO, I DIDN'T.
Q. DID YOU LOOK?
A. YES.
Q. ONCE AGAIN USING YOUR FLASHLIGHT TO INSURE YOU HAD
ENOUGH LIGHT TO LOOK;IS THAT CORRECT?
A. THAT'S CORRECT.
(p. 2770 line 10-19)Q. YOU INDICATED THAT YOU HAD HAD CONTACT WITH
MISS FEDOR' IN THE PAST; IS THAT RIGHT?
A. YES,I HAD.
Q. AND IN YOUR CONTACT WITH HER IN THE PAST, HAD YOU
NOTICED HER TO BE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS?
A. YES, I HAD.
Q. AND TO YOU, THEN, SHE WAS A KNOWN METH USER;
IS THAT CORRECT?
A. YES, SHE WAS.
Q. DID YOU FIND ANY EVIDENCE THAT SUPPORTED A
BURGLARY COMPLAINT WHEN YOU WENT TO JOANNE FEDOR'S
TRAILER THAT NIGHT ON JUNE 26TH, 1988?
A. NO,I DID NOT.



Kerry Lyn Dalton was wrongfully convicted: based on the testimony of a co-defendant & disreputable hearsay, there is no physical evidence and no common sense evidence. Please look further at this blog for more information.
There is no justice or closure in false convictions.


Deputy Wilson’s testimony covers 42 pages,
if you are interested in his entire testimony
please leave me your email and I will send it
to you, I will not publish your email.
This case ended with NO BODY - NO WEAPON - NO BLOOD; the evidence table was empty- There were NO FORENSICS evidence to support the drug induced stories even though
the elite task force conducted 3 searches.
Please ask me questions you may have about the case- I will answer them all,
I want everyone to know the truth.


http://www.safecalifornia.org/home


**Refer to the Nov 21, 2011, article (No Victim Established Day 6 of the Trial), to locate
case #, Judge and attorney names.
Looking through older posts will give you much more background and information. Please keep asking me questions.

Saturday, November 14, 2015

California presented Death Row inmates a copy of new list of execution drugs



Photo by Brian Baer

The day it was published, Nov. 6 2015, Sacramento sent representatives to San Quentin and Central CA Women's Facility to present each Condemned with their own copy of the 149 page Notice of Change to Regulations, Title 15. This section (3349.0 - 3349.9) deals with executions, which have not occurred in California since 2006, they have been at a standstill, basically waiting for better drugs to use.
The effective date is to be determined. 
This fact was not made clear to those on the Rows, and a suicide watch was implemented.

The proposed regulation gives details on the protocol once a condemned person is scheduled for execution, from where they will be housed, to who will stand watch over them, their last meal, and which new drugs the prison has a choice of.

California may be ready to try a single drug "cocktail" to kill their citizens with, the choices are ; Amobarbital, Pentobarbital, Secobarbital, Thiopental. "The San Quentin Warden shall determine which chemical shall be utilized to perform the execution," (p. 11, Subchapter 4. General Institution Regulations. 3349. Method of Execution.) 
The condemned do have a choice of ways to go; either lethal injection strapped to a table, or lethal gas alone in a chamber.  Dan Morain stated it well, "... death at the hands of the People for crimes against the People, in full view of strangers, is most ignoble." [Witness to the Execution: A Macabre, Surreal Event
April 22, 1992|DAN MORAIN | TIMES STAFF WRITER]

An article in the Sacramento Bee said, “The newest regulations are the latest attempt by the state to resume executions and come as the result of a lawsuit filed last year by the Criminal Justice Legal Foundation on behalf of family members of murder victims." They quoted Kent Scheidegger, of the Criminal Justice Legal Foundation in Sacramento, a pro-death penalty organization, "This sets in motion the process by which we can actually resume executions in California,”  “I think it’s going to happen. I am very optimistic.”[Will California begin executions again under new method? Christopher Cadelago and Sam Stanton]


There are about 16 men in line for execution, one is Kevin Cooper. Judge William Fletcher published 101 page dissent when the 9th Circuit turned down Cooper's appeal. Judge Fletcher stated that they have evidence the prosecutor and law enforcement falsified and destroyed evidence in Cooper's case, among other major issues in the case. 


Further progress towards resuming State killings in CA occurred Nov. 12, 2015:


“In a unanimous ruling, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a federal judge's sweeping decision last year finding California's death penalty system unconstitutional because of decades-long delays in the handling of death row inmates' appeals.” [California death penalty: legal obstacle to executions removed By Howard Mintz]



The last execution in CA, Jan. 17, 2006 :


Clarence Ray Allen, of Choctaw heritage, was legally killed by lethal chemicals a short time after his 76th birthday, the second oldest person executed by the U.S. after 1776. Mr. Allen was also disabled, "Allen, who turns 76 on Jan. 16, uses a wheel chair. An advanced case of diabetes has left him legally blind."  [After Williams, a new dilemma for governor / Next: Gravely ill and blind man, 75, scheduled to die. Jim Doyle, Chronicle Staff Writer, December 14, 2005]

 "Allen received the first of three lethal injections at 12:20 a.m. He then was given an extra dose of potassium chloride, the lethal chemical that stops the heart, at 12:35 a.m.," [By Stephen Smith AP January, 2006. Clarence Allen, 76, Executed]



Sacramento Bee:
http://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/capitol-alert/article43441407.html#storylink=cpy

Will CA Begin Executions? :
http://www.mercurynews.com/crime-courts/ci_29108045/california-death-penalty-legal-obstacle-executions-removed
Clarence Ray Allen:    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clarence_Ray_Allen
Execution of  Robert Alton Harris:
http://articles.latimes.com/1992-04-22/news/mn-509_1_gas-chamber/2

Link to the proposed execution changes:

http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/Regulations/Adult_Operations/docs/NCDR/2015NCR/15-10/NCR%2015-10%20Notice%20of%20Proposed%20Regulations.pdf

Monday, August 17, 2015

Visit: August 15/16, 2015




Adam's 1st time meeting his aunt Kerry in person. We had fantastic visits! The work to Free Kerry Lyn continues. We love you Kerry!!!!

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Kerry Lyn Dalton— Nebraska Repeals The Death Penalty!

    Another wonderful visit with my beloved sister, Kerry Lyn Dalton. 
May 17, 2015. 
Victoria Thorpe, Kerry Lyn Dalton, Raymond Reyes. 
We want to bring her home before 2015 is over!





Nebraska Repeals the Death Penalty Today!
As I lay back in a dental chair this afternoon, voices debating who should be killed, and who should not kill, filled my left ear. The Nebraska Senate would soon be voting whether or not to override the governor’s veto of their approval to repeal the death penalty.
Bright overhead lights were blurring the figure looming over me as she gently said “You’ll feel a little pinch.”
 I focused my eyes to see the syringe coming at me clearly. It struck me how much alike the dental chair was to an execution table. Our executions are orchestrated quite like a visit to the dentist; sterile syringes and all.
No matter how we dress it up, it’s still comes out the same; our country still practices killing to prove that killing is wrong.
For that moment I closed my eyes and made myself imagine what it might be like to be strapped onto an execution table – waiting to be killed, listening to the bustle of those doing their job, knowing an audience would watch silently as life was drained from my body. Suddenly it felt too real in that dental chair listening to the angry voices flood my ear describing bloody murders, passionate statements for compassion, or dull voices asking for justice.
Which side knew what justice meant?
“How’s that feeling?” the dentist sat close on my right side.
“aam yus fi,” was all I could mutter with a mouthful of rubber stretched across my teeth.
Then the drill began so I turned up the sound on my phone and focused on the debate.
Senator Ernie Chambers lead the discussion to override the governor’s veto of the Nebraska legislative approval to abolish the death penalty. Repeal was approved with a two-thirds vote on three occasions before going to governor Pete Ricketts’ desk. He promised he would veto it – and he did so promptly.
Today after over 2 hours of senate testimonies the vote was 30 to 19 in favor of repeal of Capital Punishment. They had what it took to override the veto.
The facts shared in support of repeal covered the very real possibility of executing the innocent; 152 people have been exonerated from U.S. death rows since 1973, the arbitrariness of its use, the disproportionate racial representation, the much higher cost than life without parole (LWOP), there is no data supporting it provides deterrence, and the fact we know the system is fallible and humans are fallible. Examples were given of cases where blatant misconduct lead to wrongful convictions.
The counter statements offered to uphold the death penalty were in regards to retribution, honoring the governor’s decision, and religion demanding the death penalty.
Words from Genesis to the book of Romans, even the passages leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus, and references to Christianity were included throughout the debate.
At one point a Senator called-out Chambers as an atheist and wondered how then he could support life and why should they take his opinion seriously.
Another interesting point was made by a Senator who reminded us who the other countries are that kill their own citizens; Iraq, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia.
There are 142 countries which have abolished the death penalty. This Senator’s point was no one should kill, and especially not the state.
 When all was said and done, just after 2:00 pm Pacific time (4:00 pm in Nebraska) the vote was called and the death penalty was taken off the table.
This is the 19th state to abolish the death penalty. How about Washington becoming the 20th?
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