Does a guilty man confess to a crime he did not commit? Or does an innocent man confess to a crime to protect a loved one?
View the affidavit of Gregory DeClue, Ph.D. and you will see the great inconsistency between the confession and the actual facts of the crime. One can only conclude the confession given by Brian E. Davis is not based on any facts. Brian E. Davis knew of the crime himself, but only what was told and shown to him. You can read the affidavit of Gregory DeClue by clicking here.
On November 21st, 1991, Brian E. Davis provided a confession to taking the life of Michael Foster on Saturday, August 10th, 1991 sometime around 3am.
Are you convinced a guilty man provided a confession? Or does the confession raise questions of an innocent man confessing to protect and save a loved one?
The investigator’s report can be seen by clicking here.
How does a guilty man confess to taking the life of Michael Foster on Friday, August 9th, 1991 when friends and neighbors knew Mr. Foster was home Tuesday, August 13th, 1991? Does a coerced confession from an innocent man trump scientific evidence as to the time of Michael Foster’s death?
It is widely recognized that innocent individuals will confess to crimes they did not commit. The State’s witness Dr. Eduardo Bellas testified that Mr. Foster would have been deceased approximately 12 hours before friends discovered his body on Tuesday, August 13th, 1991. This would mean Mr. Foster’s death occurred late Monday, August 12th, 1991 or early Tuesday when friends and neighbors knew Mr. Foster to be home.
Dr. Bellas’s 1992 trial testimony can be read by clicking here.
Former United States Attorney General John Ashcroft’s has described DNA testing as “Nothing less than the ‘truth machine’ of law enforcement, ensuring justice by identifying the guilty and exonerating the innocent.” Are you also a believer in DNA evidence exonerating the innocent and identifying the guilty?
Brian’s Chapter 64 motions can be read by clicking here.
So the question presented to you is, does a guilty man confess to a crime he did not commit? Or does an innocent man confess to a crime to protect a loved one?
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Brian E. Davis
#999036 Polunsky Unit
3872 FM 350 South
Livingston, TX 77351