Trial and Error

The Outcry for Justice in the Dennis Dechaine Case

‘We all need the truth’ about Dechaine case

Dec 2, 2010

The Kennebec Journal’s opinion of Nov. 19, “Judge right to limit scope of Dechaine hearing” held several mistakes, one being there are two books out, not one.

I disagree about not looking at every aspect. If I were on a jury deciding a person’s life, I’d want every piece of evidence, every blood sample, every DNA result in order to make a decision that I would have to live with.

Leave no rock unturned. Our justice system doesn’t allow that, and it makes you wonder why? What are they afraid of? A cover up? Why not hear the opinion of not just one but two forensic pathologists.

Why weren’t the local sex offenders questioned? There were several in the area. Why can’t the medical examiner fix a time and date of death?

It all reeks of something not adding up. Let’s let it all be heard. It’s been too long now for all concerned. We all need closure. We all need the truth.
Sandra S. Choate
Farmingdale

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