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BURIED ALIVE JUSTICE FOR BRYANT COOK
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Buried Alive
Bryant A. Cook, Sr. has spent the last 20 years buried alive. Thousands of miles away from his family and friends, Bryant has sat behind the cold bars of a prison cell as an innocent man in a society that promises liberty and justice for all. Not being able to see his wife and four children (who were only 12, 10, 8 and 3 years old at the time of his incarceration), Bryant has relied solely on the strength of God to get him through decades of pain and loss. In 1996, a federal Tennessee judge sentenced him to life in prison for his alleged involvement in a cocaine and marijuana conspiracy. Bryant has professed his innocence of the charges from the inception of the case, and has worked diligently to prove that the federal prosecutors committed outrageous prosecutorial misconduct. Instead of protecting his constitutional rights, they coerced multiple witnesses to outright lie about his involvement with the alleged crime, knowing they never found him in possession of neither drugs nor drug money. In fact, law enforcement officers testified at his trial to never seeing or hearing about Bryant during their investigation. He is now calling on all family, friends, and those individuals in society that are seriously concerned with how the legal system works against many individuals like Bryant, to donate whatever they can to help him put a legal team together, who will undoubtedly prove he was wrongfully convicted. A tragic crime has been committed against Bryant and we are asking for help in anyway you can to assure he gets the justice he deserves in order to finally come home to his family. You may also contact Bryant to give legal advice, learn more about his case, or send uplifting letters for support. To contact please send your inquiries to: freebryantcook@gmail.com.

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