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Private Investigator’s Investigation Re-Opens Murder Case

Posted by Bill on January 23, 2008

justice.jpg  A New Haven Advocate story tells of private investigator Gerald O’Donnell’s investigation that may prove two men not guilty of a New Haven, CN, murder committed in 1993. 

 “The families of Taylor and Gould say that none of this would have happened if it weren’t for the “brilliant mind” of a private investigator named Gerald O’Donnell. O’Donnell, a retired Cheshire police officer and former inspector with Dearington’s office, is a workaholic with an obsessive attention to detail. He worked at the State’s Attorney’s office during the Vega murder investigation but, near retirement, was on the periphery of the case, he says.

O’Donnell was hired by Taylor’s defense attorney to look into the case and for three years has compiled news accounts, scoured records and tracked down witnesses never interviewed by the police. O’Donnell became convinced that Taylor and Gould had not committed the crime and compiled a 400-page binder of evidence that, he believes, will free them. In early November, O’Donnell handed the binder over to Dearington’s office.”  Click here to read whole story

Great work by O’Donnell.

Bill Lowrance

President PIAVA

Information Insights Inc.


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