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July 01, 2008


Judge Stuart Namm (Ret)

In honor of Marty's final release, and his testimony before the committee of the New York State Senate on his wrongful conviction, we have decided to cut the price of our ver compelling and thought provoking 56 minute documentary "A Question of Guilt?" in half to $14.95, so that everyone will be able to afford to see this story from its inception. The Creative Director, Judge Stuart Namm, recipient of the Justice Thurgood Marshall Award in 1993, was the first person, other than Marty's immediate family and attorney Robert Gottlieb, to publicly question Marty's conviction and to interview both Det. K. James McCready, and Shari Rother, Marty's half sister, on tape in a documentary. The documentary is available by sending a check or money order to Stuart or Nancy Namm at 101 Marshview Road, Hampstead, NC 28443 in that amount plus $3.00 for shipping. It is also available on the Internet at www.filmbaby.com under "A Question of Guilt?" and available for download at that site for a nominal fee. If you have any questions, you can reach me by e-mail at RetJudgeS1@aol.com .

Judge Stuart Namm (Ret)



I had business today in Harlem, and very fortunately was able to stop by the Malcolm X Center afterwards in time to hear your testimony. Your testimony today was very riveting and found your references to the language problems in interogations very interesting.

I grew up on Long Island and am the same age as you. To be quite honest I didn't follow your original trial but my mother did, and I did watch with her when you were convicted. That was a very heartbreaking moment. When the evidence was presented years later, I read more on your case and it didn't take a rocket scientist to figure that Jerry Steuerman was responsible.

I admire your strength and perseverance, I'm not sure I could've survived what you did. Your parents are certainly proud, and hopefully some day soon their killers will be brought to justice.

I wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors and would bet the farm that you will be one hell of a defense lawyer.


to be frank

marty did you do it?

you did confess .... why confess?

why did you do it?

money? hate?

to be frank

jerry did it or he has motive and guilt !!!

this is a bad feeling case !!!

God bless the non guilty person you know who you are ...

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