Re- open investigation into the 1978 arrest and subsequent trial and capital murder conviction of Timothy Charles Davis in Coosa County Alabama sign now

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BACKGROUND

On July 20, 1978 sixty-eight year old Avis Alford was brutally murdered and sodomized in her rural Coosa County Alabama Grocery. Seventeen year old Timothy Charles Davis was arrested, tried and convicted of capital murder. Davis spent twenty-six years on Alabamas death row. Following the United States Supreme Courts ban on executing juvenile offenders, Davis was re-sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

At the time of his arrest, Timothy Davis had never been in trouble with the law and had committed no known acts of violence. Having married his sweetheart seven weeks prior to his arrest, Timothy Davis was working full time, and he and his bride were living with his mother and grandmother until they saved enough money to strike out on their own. During his thirty-two years of confinement, Timothy Davis has lived as a model prisoner.

CASE DETAILS

The case against Timothy Davis was completely circumstantial and relied heavily on the testimony of two snitches. One snitchs past included convictions for sexually-based felonies, and he was described by the director of the state mental hospital as a potential sexual psychopath. Immediately following the murder, the snitch was investigated as a suspect when he provided provably false details leading to Timothy Davis arrest.

While Timothy Davis was held in juvenile detention, a fellow inmate came forward with Davis so-called jailhouse confession. This second snitch had been in trouble with juvenile authorities an incredible fifty-seven times. For performing his civic duty, the young man was given a lighter sentence and transferred to an unsecured facility.

Other evidence against Timothy Davis has been debunked as having no substantive value toward proving his guilt, and considerable exculpatory evidence points to his innocence.

A recent investigation into the thirty-two year old murder discovered a neighbor living up the highway from the victim who admitted in a recorded interview that he was probably in the victims store at the time of the murder. This man also admitted he left the store area and walked through his cow pasture located directly across the highway from the victims store. A knife believed to be the murder weapon was later recovered along the exact path the man took through his pasture. The man says since he saw nothing he was never questioned by police. However, this mans close relative led the murder investigation.

The neighbors relative and chief investigator quickly seized upon Timothy Davis as the murderer, promoted the snitch as an extremely reliable witness, and gave contradictory and untrue testimony under oath.

A full accounting of the injustice suffered by Timothy Charles Davis may be found by visiting the website http://aforgottenman.com and http://timcdavis.webs.com

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Latest Signatures

  • 30 December 2015100. Ellen My
    If enough eidence can be prodced to show that there were things not revealed, the case should definately be reopened.
  • 29 December 201599. Maria L
    I support this petition
  • 25 December 201598. Alex A
    I hope people will take time to learn what an injustice has been inflicted on an innocent young man.
  • 26 November 201597. Drew Arroyo
    I support this petition
  • 16 November 201596. Debra W
    I support this petition
  • 08 November 201595. Lonnie R
    I support this petition
  • 06 November 201594. Dmmpelletier Henry
    I support this petition
  • 25 October 201593. Trish W
    I support this petition
  • 14 October 201592. Clarissa H
    Now how in the heck do they think this was a fair trial? Give the child inside this poor man a break! Where is our justice system when we need it?
  • 11 October 201591. Danielle G
    I support this petition
  • 11 September 201590. Heather W
    I support this petition
  • 05 September 201589. Morgan S
    Such an injustice has been done to Tim, this case must be reopened!
  • 28 August 201588. Julie D
    Please grant him a new fair trial!
  • 10 August 201587. Marsha Yvonned
    I remember that.We lived a quarter mile up te road.I NEW HE WAS INNOCENT
  • 29 July 201586. Mona Cg
    Coosa Co was probably the most corrupt in the state/south..I know, I was born and raised there
  • 22 July 201585. Desiree Horne
    I support this petition
  • 18 July 201584. Carolina E
    I support this petition
  • 18 July 201583. John Wb
    I support this petition
  • 18 July 201582. Claudia W
    This case definitely needs to be re-opened and properly investigated.
  • 03 July 201581. Rhonda M
    I support this petition
  • 29 June 201580. Loretta S
    I support this petition
  • 05 June 201579. Catherine Cl
    I believe that people who are serving JLWOP sentences which they received for crimes they were involved in as juveniles deserve a chance to be re-evaluated for parole.
  • 03 June 201578. Angelique K
    I support this petition
  • 14 May 201577. Annie W
    I support this petition
  • 20 April 201576. Marleen B
    I support this petition
  • 17 April 201575. Lendy L
    This is a "railroaded case", let this man out now
  • 16 April 201574. Dawn Wilcox
    I support this petition

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Cathleen NunezBy:
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Petition target:
ALABAMA GOVERNOR, ATTORNEY GENERAL, and BOARD of PARDONS & PAROLES

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