Lawyers: Dewey due $18 million

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Im glad to see their are real caring people in this world to reach out and try to help those that are unfortunate to have been falsy accused of such a crime! Although no money in the world will ever make up for the time he losst in his life but at least he will have some means to be able to start a new chapter in his life. Its just so heartbreaking that still a young woman still lost her life and the worthless piece of junk was already in prison as well for the same thing he knew he wasn’t ever get out of their and that an innocent person had been charged for his crime but yet couldnt be man enough to speak up and let this innocent man free, This Douglas Thames deserves the death penalty he not only murdered these two young ladies but also too a huge part of Dewey life from him to. He doesnt deserve to eve breathe had he not been caught who knows just how many other wwoman or peoples lives he would haave taken!!!



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