Fancy a lush night getting sozzled at the disco? 'This stuff needs to change and the only way it will change is if people get behind it and people understand it because, you win these lawsuits, you win trials, and they keep doing it.'. Police officers allegedly lie to Montoya, who did not have his parents or a lawyer in the room, about the evidence and statement from other teens during the interrogation, footage of which was obtained by FOX31 Denver. By Phil Tenser, Marc Stewart Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group, Now a disturbing video of his police interrogation has been released, Shows detective pushing teen to confess to a murder that he didn't commit, Cops 'yell in his face, make up evidence and corner him against a wall', The 14-year-old suspect has neither his parents nor a, Montoya eventually breaks down and tells police, Now 31, he is suing Denver police and the city for $30. You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Curiosités sur San Lorenzo del Escorial à découvrir… Attorney Lisa Polansky said they were: 'Yelling and screaming in his face, making up evidence, banging on the table and cornering him against the wall.
The lawyer said people should be 'outraged and furious' over the false conviction. 'He ends up being convicted of a crime because the police coerced him to confess,' attorney David Fisher said. View the profiles of people named Lorenzo Montoya. Lynn Kimbrough, spokeswoman for the Denver District Attorney’s Office, said Montoya returned to court for a motion that he had ineffective council at the time of his trial. Montoya tells his interrogators more than 65 times said he didn't commit the crime, that he was not at the scene and had no knowledge about the murder. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. June 16, 2014. Montoya’s mother had not signed a written waiver and although the prosecution said she had given verbal consent, the judge ruled that a verbal waiver was insufficient. We are no longer accepting comments on this article. Join Facebook to connect with Lorenzo Montoya and others you may know. After 13 years and seven months in prison, he was cleared on the new DNA evidence. After 13 years, a man previously convicted of murder as a teenager had his charge changed and was released from prison Monday. Montoya had planned to move away from Denver and bad influences from his youth, complete his GED and learn a trade.
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