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James Forbes

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Stake Out


Officer

Stakeout


Police Officer


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Part 1 through 4 of Rachel Wolkenstein’s affidavit

www.pagesincolor.com [cached]

Moreover, the officer who purportedly found Jamal's gun and turned it in to the ballistics department, Stake Out officer James Forbes, testified at trial that the bullet cartridges in Jamal's gun were of a different make than that recorded in the ballistics report.


The Fight to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal

www.partisandefense.org [cached]

Police officers Stephen Trombetta and James Forbes (Forbes was reportedly the first cop on the scene) testified that Mumia was wearing a green army jacket.
So did the first two officers on the scene, Robert Shoemaker and James Forbes. Forbes, the Stakeout officer who purportedly found Mumia’s gun, testified at trial that the bullets in Mumia’s gun were a different type than that listed on the ballistics report. And Forbes’ partner, Shoemaker, could not confirm that Forbes actually found Mumia’s and Faulkner’s guns at the scene.


Murdered by Mumia: Big Lies in the Service of Legal Lynching

www.partisandefense.org [cached]

These witnesses include Mark Scanlan, Albert Magilton, Officer James Forbes, Officer Stephen Trombetta, Robert Pigford and William Singletary. (Scanlan: N.T.6/25/82:26 and IIR 12/11/81; Magilton: G.M.
Demonstrating the web of inconsistencies in the prosecution's lies, Police Officer James Forbes, who had possession of the guns after the shooting, testified during the 1982 trial that the cartridge casings in Mumia's gun were Winchesters, not Federal or Remington brands. (N.T.6/19/82:175-76) Mumia had a legally registered gun that he carried for protection after he had been robbed at gunpoint while driving his cab.


The Fight to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal

www.partisandefense.org [cached]

Moreover, the officer who purportedly found Jamal’s gun and turned it in to the ballistics department, Stake Out officer James Forbes, testified at trial that the bullet cartridges in Jamal’s gun were of a different make than that recorded in the ballistics report.


Partisan Defense Committee

www.partisandefense.org [cached]

Demonstrating the web of inconsistencies in the prosecution's lies, Police Officer James Forbes, who had possession of the guns after the shooting, testified during the 1982 trial that the cartridge casings in Mumia's gun were Winchesters, not Federal or Remington brands. (N.T.6/19/82:175-76)
Mumia had a legally registered gun that he carried for protection after he had been robbed at gunpoint while driving his cab.


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