More than 24,000 copies of “Kirstin Blaise Lobato’s Unreasonable Conviction — Possibility of Guilt Replaces Proof Beyond A Reasonable Doubt” have been downloaded at no charge from Justice Denied’s website.*
The book details how Kirstin Lobato has twice been convicted of a July 8, 2001 Las Vegas homicide when the prosecution doesn’t deny it has no physical, forensic, eyewitness, confession, informant, surveillance video or documentary evidence she was in Las Vegas at any time on the day of the crime. The prosecution also concedes she was at her home 165 miles from Las Vegas at the time new scientific evidence conclusively proves the man died between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. The book also details that in 2001 the 18-year-old Ms. Lobato was prosecuted even though the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and the Clark County District Attorney’s Office obtained evidence three days after her arrest she is innocent.
The 169-page book written by Justice Denied’s editor and publisher Hans Sherrer is supported by 416 source endnotes. In documents filed in the Nevada Supreme Court the Clark County District Attorney’s Office and the State of Nevada don’t assert there is a single factual error in the book.
A hardcopy of the book can be purchased from Justice Denied for $13 by check, money order or a credit card by clicking here.
Kirstin Lobato’s website with extensive information about her case is www.justice4kirstin.com.
Click here to go to the Kirstin Lobato “Guilty Until Proven Innocent” website.
Justice Denied’s webpage with information about the Kirstin Lobato case is www.justicedenied.org/kbl.htm.
* As of December 31, 2012, 24,213 copies have been downloaded.