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Forensic Fraud (Part 2)

Written by Masoninblue and reblogged from frederickleatherman.wordpress.com. Do yourself a favor. Don’t read Frog Gravy all at once. In fact, don’t read Frog Gravy at all because it will make you sick. 517 more words

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The Full Text Grand Jury Hearing

EXAMINER: This is called 23 on the docket, Commonwealth vs. Rachel Ammon (sic) Leatherman. The witness is Deputy Eddie McGuire.

Madame Foreperson, would you please swear in our witness? 1,333 more words

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Conversation With The Lawyer: Frog Gravy 75

Frog Gravy is a nonfiction incarceration account.

McCracken County Jail, May, 2008

My lawyer, who is about as useless as a steering wheel on a mule, calls me out to have a conversation. 1,061 more words

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The Art of Cross Examination (Part 7) The Killer Cross That Never Happened

Written by Masoninblue and reblogged from frederickleatherman.wordpress.com. If you are not following the legal case but you are looking for a Frog Gravy post, please go… 1,875 more words

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The Art of Cross Examination (Part 6) The Killer Cross That Never Happened

Written by Masoninblue and reblogged from frederickleatherman.wordpress.com. If you are following the Frog Gravy incarceration blog, and you are not interested in the legal case, please refer to today’s Frog Gravy 72: Meanness Among Warehoused Inmates. 1,135 more words

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The Art of Cross Examination (Part 5) The Killer Cross That Never Happened

written by Masoninblue and reblogged from frederickleatherman.wordpress.com.

Author’s Note: This is a continuation of the Killer Cross that never happened because Crane Station’s lawyer, Chris McNeill, refused to use it. 1,186 more words

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The Art of Cross Examination (Part 4) The Killer Cross That Never Happened

Written by Masoninblue and reblogged fromfrederickleatherman.wordpress.com.

I will be blogging another Frog Gravy today.

Author’s Note: This is a continuation of the Killer Cross. If you have not read the first part, please go… 1,131 more words

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