VT: Corrupt cop fabricated evidence, fabricated witness testimony, in fact made up the entire case other than two dead people (and we wonder who killed them…and if police were involved in the murder)…
We are now hearing that Wilson, among others, are implicated in not just dozens, but up to 500 false imprisonment cases tied to a cabal inside the Detroit Police…
Detroit News: A federal judge Friday dismissed attempts by a Detroit police officer to toss out claims against him by a man falsely convicted of two murders based on allegedly false evidence provided by the officer.
Mubarez Ahmed was found guilty in March 2002 of murdering a man and a woman, Lavelle Griffin and LaTanya White, in an automobile parked at Kirkwood and Lumley on the west side, in a drive-by shooting.
Seeking Justice: 49 year old Mubarez Ahmed is telling his story in a $105 million dollar lawsuit filed together with attorney Wolfgang Mueller. The lawsuit alleges the recently freed man was framed for murder by… https://t.co/F1dExI6o0X— Simon Shaykhet WXYZ (@simonshaykhet) December 12, 2018
As he served more than 17 years of a 30 to 60-year prison term, the Wayne County Conviction Integrity Unit and the University of Michigan Law School Innocence Clinic investigated the case, and revealed new evidence.
In a 16-page decision rejecting Wilson’s pretrial motions for summary judgment in the suit, U.S. District Judge George Caram Steeh said Wilson incorrectly identified the owner of the automobile Ahmed was alleged to have driven in the shooting.
Wilson had asserted that based on evidence from another police officer and the FBI, Ahmed’s girlfriend Julie Wheeler owned the vehicle, and let Ahmed drive it, Steeh said.
Wilson also said he had Wheeler’s vehicle tested, the judge said.
2293rd Exon: Mubarez Ahmed was exonerated of murder on Friday after the sole eyewitness to the shootings recanted her identification of Ahmed, and it was revealed that a police officer lied on the stand about evidence that led to Ahmed's arrest. https://t.co/ZVZLAOTQH0 pic.twitter.com/mC2HTdGGu5— Exoneration Registry (@exonerationlist) October 31, 2018
During the review of the case against Ahmed, Wheeler said she did not know him, she had never met with police about the case and her car never had been tested, the judge said.
Mubarez Ahmed is released on tether from Wayne County Jail in Hamtramck after serving more than 16 years for a murder he didn’t commit. He said he honestly never thought this day would come. pic.twitter.com/3q4nbOeShe— Sarah Rahal (@SarahRahal_) September 6, 2018
Wilson showed the witness a photograph of Ahmed before the identification process, asserted that he had another witness who identified Ahmed as the killer and said she should “stick with the program,” the judge wrote in his decision…read more…
Federal judge rejects #QualifiedImmunity defense for Detroit police officer who allegedly manufactured evidence and coached witnesses resulting in dual murder conviction, dismissed in 2018 after #MubarezAhmed served 17 years in prison https://t.co/rYWPU5Bh7m— David Golumbia (@dgolumbia) July 18, 2020