Framed With Google Maps: The Truth About the Brad Cooper Case

Framed With Google Maps: The Truth About the Brad Cooper Case

Lynne Blanchard / Jun 16, 2019

Framed With Google Maps The Truth About the Brad Cooper Case Can the government withhold evidence that could prove your innocence In this shocking case the state of North Carolina cited national security reasons for doing just that It crippled any possible def

  • Title: Framed With Google Maps: The Truth About the Brad Cooper Case
  • Author: Lynne Blanchard
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Can the government withhold evidence that could prove your innocence In this shocking case, the state of North Carolina cited national security reasons for doing just that It crippled any possible defense case for Brad Cooper who was charged with the murder of his wife, Nancy in 2008.Nancy left home to go jogging and never returned She was later found murdered A shoddyCan the government withhold evidence that could prove your innocence In this shocking case, the state of North Carolina cited national security reasons for doing just that It crippled any possible defense case for Brad Cooper who was charged with the murder of his wife, Nancy in 2008.Nancy left home to go jogging and never returned She was later found murdered A shoddy and corrupt investigation followed, as evidence was destroyed and mishandled witnesses were coached and evidence of innocence was ignored Learn the facts about this horrible case that will leave you appalled at the state of our justice system.

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    About "Lynne Blanchard"

      • Lynne Blanchard

        Lynne is the author of two true crime wrongful conviction books about local murder cases that occurred in Raleigh, North Carolina.Absence of Evidence An Examination of the Michelle Young murder caseandFramed An Examination of the Nancy Cooper murder caseLynne became concerned about the horrendous state of the U.S justice system after witnessing the disregard for the presumption of innocence, rights violations and official misconduct that occurred in the two cases She put several years of research into highlighting exactly what went wrong in the two cases and has covered these and others on her blogs in addition to the two books.She is an advocate for the wrongfully convicted and volunteers with The Deskovic Foundation for Justice, an organization that seeks to exonerate innocent defendants She resides in Raleigh, North Carolina, with her husband and two sons, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Kent State University.


    223 Comments

    1. Lynne Blanchard does masterful work in dissecting and analyzing every charge against Brad Cooper and she has backed it up with copies of court testimony that was entered into evidence.The Cary Police Department and the prosecution based this case on neighborhood gossip, misstated facts and innuendo and had no fact-based circumstantial evidence. . The Cary Police Department destroyed evidence that may have produced another suspect but investigators never looked at anyone other than Brad Cooper.Ly [...]


    2. A complete dissection of the conviction of Brad Cooper and a detailed examination of all the speculative evidenceI followed the Brad Cooper trial back in April 2011 when it was being televised on a local news website in Raleigh, NC. Over time I found the lack of credible evidence disturbing at best, and I was having a hard time trying to reconcile why Brad was being charged in the first place. Nothing seemed to tie him to the crime, crime scene, and none of the “evidence” seemed at all concl [...]


    3. I watched and read about the disappearance and murder of Nancy Cooper with a naive viewpoint of the investigation process. I assumed if the police had a suspect then there was good reason. As the case went on I began to question that process in Cary, NC. Why were there inconsistencies with witness statements? Why were possible sightings not followed up?As the trial started I wondered even more, questioning everything from the decorative ducks being mentioned to why computer information was misle [...]


    4. GREAT BOOK to read about our North Carolina Judicial System and what happened in Wake County during a murder investigation and a tainted trial which convicted an innocent man of murder. One must read it and make their own judgment about what can happen to anyone at any time when they happen to get caught up in the system. There was NO EVIDENCE presented even though the State wasted many weeks and millions of dollars presenting all kinds of gossip, gut feelings and he said/she said which should h [...]


    5. Blanchard lays out a compelling case for the complete injustice and lack of fairness Brad Cooper endured before, during, and after his murder trial. It is horrifying to think this could happen to anyone in this country with little recourse. The police, prosecutors, and judge showed complete and utter incompetence throughout this case and possibly more nefarious objectives. I strongly suggest reading this book for anyone in the criminal justice arena or contemplating going into it. However, be pr [...]


    6. Naprawdę bardzo dobra książka obnażająca amerykański wymiar raczej niesprawiedliwości. Pokazuje jak można skazać człowieka na podstawie plotek i pomówień. Całość jest dość przerażająca i porażająca. Dobrze napisana, niepozostawiająca czytelnika obojętnym.


    7. Scary if you believe in the judicial systemWhen you read of the incompetent and prejudicial local and federal police, lawyers and judge, it shakes your faith in the system.


    8. Had the great opportunity to interview this author. She brings up some great questions about our judicial system.


    9. Great ReadBrad lost everything. I feel horrible for him. No way to even defend himself. Kudos to the author. I will not forget Brad and Nancy and their girls.



    10. The writing was poor and very slanted. I prefer books that lay out the facts without all the obvious bias. The story in and of itself might be interesting. The book is not.


    11. I chose to read this book because of how much I liked absence of evidence. I was really into this book in the first few chapters, but I quickly noticed a lot of repetition, and it started to get boring because of the repetition and the author would tell us about the situation then show the exact thing she told us about from the court transcripts, or police reports or vice versa. that is the only thing that really made me disinterested in the book. other than that she did a great job explaining e [...]


    12. If you're into Making a Murderer, this is the book for you. I found out about Lynne's book after looking at her website, Stop Wrongful Convictions. stopwrongfulconvictions.wordp This is a story about a man who was totally backed into a corner by the legal system and his murdered wife's so-called 'friends'. Something stinks in this town. What I most enjoyed about the story was seeing how one's personal computer can be used against you, even when you really haven't done anything wrong. It is also [...]


    13. Very DisappointingThis book was utterly confusing. Parts of it were reiterated several times, yet there was no continuing narrative. The author seemed unqualified to write this, given what I learned from the scant biographical information provided. Readers without a legal background will have to flounder as I did, with no way to determine the accuracy of the information provided. The author's passion for justice is admirable, but such passion can lead a reader to question the author's impartiali [...]


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