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Message Number: 22 - Wednesday, April 15, 2009 13:15:31 PDT
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Name:  Mike Robinson

Read this story here:

In memory of David Malott, I will miss letting you run around the trailer and bothering the other wicked people who stayed there. When you were free, so was I. Rest in peace.

Well I am about to write a true story about something that happened in a small town called Live Oak. The story I have to share will never be investigated, or the wrong people will be questioned, or time will be wasted by the local sheriff's office to overlook the matter because they got bought off. The FBI will never pick up the case either, they like to leave small stuff like this in small towns and let small town sheriff's cover up the matter. I am curious as to how many people will be able to read this, before the sheriff does try and take it off the internet to avoid any questions. Well, the story is about an old man being tied up and dying in a wheelchair, with his body later being moved by the owner of the private house, Edward Frame. It was one Saturday night some time ago in 2008. I

Message Number: 21 - Friday, September 26, 2008 22:07:17 PDT
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Name:  peter carlyle-gordge

Well spoken and written.Blame the victim is the impression I also get. But it came as no surprise. I was warned over a year ago by lawyers intimately involved in the inquiry that it would be a whitewash with no officials or police being blamed for making serious errors. And so it has proved. The recommendations for change are good. Our justice system is really still incapable of admitting its faults. Saskatchewan fought tooth and nail to stop this case being reopened and even when it was they insisted Milgaard was still guilty. Even with DNA evidence they almost choked in admitting their errors and offering an apology. The critical parts about Joyce, the supporters and the media simply add insult to injury but that comes as no surprise at all. The wagons were circled long ago. Milgaard would certainly still be in jail but for the work of media and supporters. Those close to the case know the truth. The system continues to deny its warty work but it remains substandard and very flawed. We need an independent system to examine all miscarriages...and there are plenty of them to go around.Keep up your good work: Peter CG

Message Number: 20 - Monday, December 10, 2007 12:48:58 PDT
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Name:  Sigrid

Dear Robert,

Thanks so much for contacting me.

I was really sorry to hear about your incarceration and that of your friends. Sounds terrible. I can't imagine.

I passed your message on to Joyce because I'm not comfortable giving out her e-mail, but rest assured that she has it. She works closely with James and I know that she holds him in high regard, as do I.

What a tragedy about your son. You've certainly had more than your share! Good that Leigh Chapel did that interesting news story.

I wish you the best with your efforts for an inquiry. Maybe you'll finally get to the bottom of what went wrong here. Meanwhile, I hope that you're able to get on with your life in some way after all those lost years.

Take care. Please note that I'm posting a copy of this in the guestbook.

All the best,

Message Number: 19 - Sunday, December 9, 2007 12:09:15 PDT
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Name:  Robert Stewart

My name is Robert Alan Stewart I was arrested two counts first degree murder Dec. 19, 1990 and was convicted Feb. 1, 2000. My lawyers was James Lockyer until I told him I had evidence that the OPP framed me and my 3 co-accused. Mr. Lockyer hung up on me so I fired him and went to the Ontario court of Appeal myself and the 4 of us were let out of jail in January -> March 2007. We have over 65 years combine time. My website is I would like to contact Ms. Milgaard to warn her about Mr. Lockyer. Please contact me a My 19 years old son Douglas Stewart was murdered in Ottawa Feb. 2004. The same people who framed us are now in charge of his unsolved murder. Robert Stewart

Message Number: 18 - Saturday, April 21, 2007 17:37:27 PDT
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Name:  Sigrid

Hi there Brenda,

Thanks so much for posting in my Milgaard guestbook. That
site is not run by the Milgaards -- it's run by me, the
former co-coordinator of the Milgaard Support Group in
Ottawa. But I am still quite friendly with Joyce and will
forward your beautiful note on to her.

I'm so sorry about your daughter. Is she okay now? Why
was she put in jail at such a young age? How terrible for
you and her. I do hope that is all behind you now.
Must've been very painful and stressful, especially at her
tender age.

Thanks for reading my blog and I really appreciate you
posting in the guestbook.

All the best,
Sigrid in Ottawa

Message Number: 17 - Friday, April 20, 2007 01:10:08 PDT
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Name:  Brenda L'Hirondelle

I found your site finally. I am so sorry for everything
your son, family and you went through. I read your book
several years ago, I was on the GreyHound leaving my 14
year old daughter in Prince George jail. It was
heartbreaking, most humbling, humiliating, powerless
experience I have ever had. At the bus depot in PG, I saw
your book and bought it. I read by the time I was home in
Dawson Creek. I could never get you and your family off my
mind and everytime I thought of how long you all had to
wait, all the pain you went through, your strength and
ability to keep going. I applaud you Mrs. Milgaard and you
as well David. Certainly there is a place prepared for you
with the Lord. As well for the incredible people who were
involved in helping you and David and fam.

Bless both of you. When I needed someone you were there.
Awesome eh? Sincerely Bren

Message Number: 16 - Tuesday, February 7, 2006 13:14:49 PST
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Name:  Sigrid


Are you in Canada? AIDWYC can advise you but they only look
at murder cases and situations where people have exhausted
all of their appeals. Go to their website
or write directly to Win Wahrer at this address: (remove the "no spam."

Good luck and please keep me posted.I feel really badly
about your brother.


Message Number: 15 - Tuesday, February 7, 2006 11:47:33 PST
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Name:  debbie

i am the sister of someone that has been wrongfully
convicted. The police failed to look into another person in
this case and as a result and with no DNA found, my brother
has been convicted.Im wondering if there is any help out
there and where we turn. Our family isnt very well off and
need any help we can get. does anyone have any ideas for
us.please email me at

Message Number: 14 - Thursday, December 15, 2005 15:31:56 PST
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Name:  Sigrid


Sorry. My post got cut off and it left off a character in
your name. Apparently there's a word maximum and I
exceeded it. AIDWYC, doesn't support jailhouse testimony.
Think about it -- why should we consider it to be reliable?

I'm not saying that Williams was such a nice guy.
Obviously, he wasn't. He was a gang leader. I also don't
care if he's reformed in prison. There are only two things
that I care about: a wrongful execution based on Williams
potential innocence of this particular crime, and the
general inhumanity of the death penalty.

Having said that, I do understand why many people support
execution because some acts are too horrific for words.
But what if Williams didn't kill those four people? Sounds
like you're assuming he did.

Thanks for contributing. Please post again.

Message Number: 13 - Thursday, December 15, 2005 15:13:23 PST
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Name:  Sigrid


I also respect your right to disagree with me and I was not
trying to "lionize" or deify Tookie Williams. Some of his
other followers may try to do that by emphasizing the
number of good works that he has done in prison and how he
has turned his life around. I'm not really interested in
that. To me, that's reminiscent of that women in Texas who
wanted to be exempted from the death penalty because she
became born-again. Lots of prisoners turn their lives
around during incarceration but that doesn't undo the
damage that they did on the outside.

No, the reason that I'm against the death penalty in
general and specifically oppose it for Williams is that he
was convicted on the basis of jailhouse snitch testimony.
I was watching Larry King the other night and some attorney
who was standing up for Williams said that up to 60% of all
of the death row cases that have been overturned on appeal
were those that had convictions based on jailhouse
informants' testimony.

AIDWYC, The Association in Defense of