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Grant Davis District Attorney of Churchill County Nevada who flew to Elkhart, Indiana to speak with the Indiana detectives, and to question me in regards to the double murder of the Briggs's (Dean And Eva) were found murdered on March 12th 1966 at their service station (Savin Sams) located 33 miles north of Fallon Nevada, at the intersection of 50 an interstate 80 in Churchill County Nevada I will never forget Grant Davis the District Attorney asked me about my trip I made though Nevada March 11th and 12th of March 1966 asking me to tell him all about my stops I made . His main concern was mostly in the place I called the pone shop.
...Grant Davis District Attorney of Churchill County Nevada who flew to Elkhart, Indiana to speak with the Indiana detectives, and to question me in regards to the double murder of the Briggs's (Dean And Eva) were found murdered on March 12th 1966 at their service station (Savin Sams) located 33 miles north of Fallon Nevada, at the intersection of 50 an interstate 80 in Churchill County Nevada I will never forget Grant Davis the District Attorney asked me about my trip I made though Nevada March 11th and 12th of March 1966 asking me to tell him all about my stops I made . His main concern was mostly in the place I called the pone shop.
asked me to describe the old woman I told him she
had gray hair and the most important thing is stuck out was she
had huge legs and she
was about 5ft 4in tall.Grant Davis
the District Attorney stopped me and said he
did not understand why Mr. Briggs would have told me her
son just got home from the Army and Mrs. Briggs did not have big fat legs. (Note at this time Grant Davis
becomes aware the victims I am describing do not fit the victims at the crime scene he
stops the interrogation and tells me he's
going back to Nevada in he
would see me when I got there at this point the extradition papers had already been signed and Nevada deputies were on their way to Elkhart, Indiana to take me to Fallon. ( Mrs. Wallace had a condition called dropsy that caused her
legs to fill with fluids and become very huge which was later discovered. ) Years later I feel certain District Attorney Grant Davis, George Wilkins the sheriff of Churchill County, knew I was innocent before I ever arrived back with the deputies all there action were with malicious, willful with malice and forethought in convicting me for the murder of Dean Briggs, acting in constant with Deputy EugeneDanberg under sheriff for Churchill County Ruth Walker, William Broadhead of the Reno Police Dept with both attorneys Milton Manoukian attorney of record and Cameron Batjor who was appointed for my wife Mary Lou Guyette along with Paul Ferrera ,Robert Draper , Elkhart Indiana officials Captain Phil Stiver York , Charles Keck , Harvey Yoder, Donnell Edwards A. D. Smith, and Stanley Coglazier who suppress perjured, falsify information by giving perjure testimony.
...Mary Lou Guyette who was brain washed into making a confession in Elkhart Indiana and further brain washed by the authorities in Churchill County mainly with former, Sheriff Wilkinson, Ruth Walker, Grant Davis D.A., and her attorney Cameron Batjor who deliberately conspired to convict me for the murders of Dean and Eva Briggs this web site will not only point out these actions, but will proved them be on a shadow of a doubt.
...This did not stop Rev. Plants from helping me, in fact angry Rev. Plants to think how far the Sheriff was willing to go to suppress and prevent the truth from being found out from that day on every time Wilkins or Eugene Danburg came back to my cell they would tell me it doesn't matter what the old preacher does, you are still going to go to the gas chamber you're a murderer including Ruth Walker who had many comments and remarks. (See Mary Lou's Guyette concerning the actions of Deputy Ruth Walker.) With the guidance from the Lovelock District Attorney's Office who could not believe, that Grant Davis was still going to trial with the evidence that was going before him, assisting Rev. Plants with the proper information obtain the following affidavits which were given to him, acting in my behalf to assist in proving my innocence upon completion of all the affidavits Rev. Plants made a special trip to my Attorney's office Milton Manoukian who's office was in Lake Tahoe, Nevada in turn ov
Case is Reopened
The final key piece of evidence supporting Grant Davis the District attorney and Sheriff George Wilkins knew of my innocence and further showing Indiana's part in this horrible nightmare where the very evidence obtained leading to the arrests was a product of brutal tactics by Indiana officials.
...Mary Lou Guyette was brainwashed, into making incriminating statements, the statements themselves not only support my innocence and my whereabouts at the time of the murders but also clearly show the district attorney Grant Davis of Churchill County and the sheriff new before we ever were returned to Nevada we were totally innocent of the Briggs is murders.
I spent 40 minutes talking with ...
I spent 40 minutes talking with Mr. Catlett, telling him about the abusive treatment I received from Indiana and Nevada authorities, specifically at the hands of Sheriff Wilkins, District Attorney Grant Davis and Sheriff's Deputy Ruth Walker.
The prosecutor who had handled my case, Grant Davis, went to work for the Governor's office.My wife's attorney was moved around until he became a State Supreme Court judge.
I realize those who have been ...
I realize those who have been involved in my case since 1966, have been educated and have great knowledge of the laws, including Grant Davis, the district attorney who convicted me in 1966.But not even a good education can insulate a person from the temptations of power and the twisted reasoning that occurs to those who fall to the temptations.Education is a great opportunity to bring change, but education fails to guarantee that what has been learned is being applied with the best intentions in the real world for real people.Mr. Davis could have been one of Nevada's greatest attorneys.