JORDAN BROWN HAS BEEN DECERTIFIED AS A JUVENILE
Lawrence County Judge Dominick Motto has just issued a ruling today that Jordan Brown will be adjudicated as a juvenile in the wrongful accusation of murdering Kenzie Houk and her unborn child.
Judge Motto also gave us another gift: some of the language in his ruling suggests that he is not impartial, so this opens the door for the case to be moved into another judge’s courtroom.
Motto has gone so far down the road in having given weight to the prosecution’s arguments which resulted in his previous unconstitutional ruling, it is doubtful Jordan could receive a fair trial were it to remain in Motto’s court.
(One wonders if this might have even been an intentional misstep by the judge, who understandably may want to wash his hands of this baseless case.)
It only took two-and-a-half years for Pennsylvania to do what should have been done in the beginning, and we are still a long way from an acquittal. But that day, too, will come.
We will have to overcome a great deal of disinformation that has been promulgated by the police, prosecution, and the media–and still is. The Associated Press, for example, is today reporting as fact that Kenzie Houk was killed by a shotgun blast to the back of her head. She wasn’t.
The entry wound was too small to have been a shotgun wound. The responders didn’t even know she’d been shot until they placed her body on the gurney. If a shotgun were used, there would have been blood and brains all over the place. Her face would have been disfigured. It wasn’t. She had an open casket funeral.
There were too few shell pellets recovered from her body and from the murder scene for the murder weapon to have been a shotgun. There was virtually no shotgun residue detected on Jordan’s clothing, and there was none on his body.
The forensic evidence suggests that a handgun loaded with a homemade shotshell was used. The timing of the crime suggests it happened after Jordan and his stepsister left for school.
Jordan didn’t have a motive. Children who have not been abused or who are not mentally ill do not kill someone they call “Mom.” It just doesn’t happen. The police story is statistically implausible.
The man with a motive, Kenzie’s former boyfriend, still lives free and allows an innocent child to take the fall for him. The police refuse to investigate reports that he has admitted to the murder. Something shady is happening.
And yet the media continue to spread the police and prosecution lies even though the state’s case has never added up, even though the findings of the state crime lab do not support the cops’ goofy theory.
The case against Jordan has been bogus from the start, initiated for dishonest political purposes by a district attorney who is now being investigated for corruption, and perpetuated by the man who is now Governor.
Judge Motto is not stupid. He must see the writing on the wall. This case is toxic, a career-stopper. It’s no wonder that he may want this “hot potato” to be passed to another judge’s court.
We have so many lies to overcome. But the truth is on Jordan’s side. The truth can and must prevail.
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