Nebraska governor Pete Ricketts asked during book tour to examine 1971 Black Panther case

Richardson Reports

Screenshot (169) Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts has been asked to examine the case of Edward Poindexter, an imprisoned Black Panther leader.   (credit: Pete Ricketts)

A book tour for FRAMED: J. Edgar Hoover, COINTELPRO & the Omaha Two storyto Nebraska included a stop at the State Capitol in Lincoln. Governor Pete Ricketts was out of town when I stopped by to give him a copy of the the book but his personal secretary assured me that she would see that Ricketts got the book.

FRAMED is the story of justice undone, a policeman’s murder where the guilty go unpunished, and two men were wrongfully convicted. The book is a true story of the 1970 bombing murder of Omaha Patrolman Larry Minard including the manipulation of the police investigation by competing federal law enforcement agencies and the tampering of the 1971 state trial by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and agents of the…

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