The other documented suspect in the murder of Garrett Phillips has a job in law enforcement
The other documented suspect contributed to this investigation
The other documented suspect has no documented alibi witnesses during the times of 4:56 and 5:10pm (the time that Garrett was murdered)
The other documented suspect was caught lying about his whereabouts 15 minutes before the murder. Video surveillance places him one block from the crime scene at a time when he stated he was at his office at 22 Depot St. In addition, he remained in the area during the time Garrett was attacked.
Nick Hillary’s false arrest / no probable cause civil rights lawsuit was recently ruled on by a Northern New York Chief Federal Judge.
The Judge ruled that Nick Hillary’s civil lawsuit will stand and the Potsdam Police Department will be forced to stand trial for their unlawful treatment of Nick Hillary.
Murder charges were already DISMISSED ONCE due to lack of physical evidence, lack of unprejudiced circumstantial evidence, and unethical procedures by DA Mary RainQuote from the Dismissal document Page 7 paragraph 3.“It is particularly troubling to the court that in this serious case, which is so heavily dependent on circumstantial evidence, the prosecutor’s improper questions, direct and indirect expression of opinion, and use of numerous exhibits without proper foundation may have impaired the integrity of the proceeding,” Judge Richards wrote. “The prosecutor seemed to put aside any neutrality and balanced judgment – duties imposed on her by case law – in questioning two witnesses who were later identified as potential alibi witnesses.”“Any indictment returned on such facts as were presented to the grand jury must be the product of unquestioned fairness, precisely because the meaning of the events described is not conclusive of guilt. Here that was not the case,” Judge Richards wrote.