Free Paul (Bulos) Zumot

 Weeping may last for the night,
But a shout of joy comes in the morning.
Psalm 30:5
False Evidence (Camera)
False Evidence (Threatening Call)

           Mr. Zumot performed an exhaustive post conviction investigation because he knew  the video footage presented to the jury doesn't show the true story.   This investigation showed that police knowingly and intentionally provided false evidence to the defense during discovery about the video footage taken from the café surveillance system. ​​

         The state’s prosecutor Chuck Gillingham presented false testimony “knowingly” from numerous witnesses throughout the trial about this video footage, and the prosecutor relied heavily on this false evidence to make a false argument to jurors urging them to convict. 

          In addition to this video evidence, the state introduced a powerful testimony that on August 24, 2009, only seven weeks before the murder, Mr. Zumot had telephoned the victim and explicitly threatened to kill her and burn her house down.

           Similarly, this post conviction investigation shows that telephone records, never presented to the jury, not only prove Mr. Zumot did not make August 24, 2009 death threat call as he testified, but they also show who did. 
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