Kirstin Blaise Lobato vs State of Nevada: Habeas Corpus Petition with Grounds and Exhibits

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Kirstin Blaise Lobato was convicted in October 2006 of charges related to the murder of a homeless man in Las Vegas on July 8, 2001. It is physically impossible that Ms. Lobato committed those crimes. She was 18 in 2001, and on the entire day of July 8 she was 170 miles north of Las Vegas at her parents' house in Panaca, Nevada where she was living. Ms. Lobato's 770-page state habeas corpus petition challenging her convictions was filed on May 5, 2010. The petition's 79 grounds include 24 grounds based on new evidence. Key new evidence are reports by three forensic entomologists and a forensic pathologist that the man died after 8 pm on the evening of July 8. The prosecution concedes Ms. Lobato could not have been in Las Vegas after 9:30 am that morning, and that she was in Panaca the entire evening of the 8th. There is also new evidence the murderer's shoeprints imprinted in blood at the crime scene were made by a person with a much larger shoeprint than Ms. Lobato. There is also new evidence the man was murdered by friends of a woman he viciously beat and raped a week before his death. Perhaps most disturbing is new evidence the prosecutors and police involved in Ms. Lobato's case know she is innocent yet still proceeded with her trial. Ms. Lobato's wrongful conviction is particularly outrageous because she did not know the murdered man, she had never been to the murder scene, and she was 170 miles away at the time the crime occurred. Ms. Lobato has no more connection to the crime than if she had been selected for prosecution by being chosen from a hat full of the names of people with a Nevada driver's license. In 2010 the Innocence Project in New York accepted Ms. Lobato's case to pursue DNA testing of crime scene evidence that could prove her innocence. In March 2010 the Association in Defence of the Wrongly Convicted endorsed Ms. Lobato's case, writing: "AIDWYC believes after a thorough review and assessment of Ms. Lobato's case that she is innocent."

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Hans Sherrer is editor and publisher of Justice:Denied - the magazine for the wrongly convicted. He has written several articles about Kirstin Blaise Lobato's case, and the book "Kirstin Blaise Lobato's Unreasonable Conviction" (The Justice Institute 2008). www.justicedenied.org Michelle Ravell is an advocate of Kirstin Blaise Lobato's innocence, and the co-founder of the justice4kirstin.com website. www.justice4kirstin.com

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