Last night, a large group of supporters of Walter Wells gathered in Hilmar at a fundraiser. I must say that it was one of the most enjoyable events that I have attended in many years. This fundraiser was the third fundraiser for Walter Wells that has been held so far. It was made necessary by the insane case against Walter, and seven other defendants in the Frank Carson hearings. All of the defendants are losing their life savings trying to defend themselves, while the real killer or killers continue to walk the streets.

The support and love from the attendees flowed out throughout the meeting hall where the event was staged. People from all walks of life were there, including lawyers, school teachers, and to my surprise a national news team that conducted numerous interviews and did videotaping with very sophisticated equipment. The news team was from Dateline, who have been reading our posts on Dawgs Blog for quite some time. This is just the type of publicity that could prompt the Board of Supervisors to re-think what they are allowing to occur.

There is no way that anyone will get convicted of any of the charges in this case by a jury of twelve people. I believe it is quite probable that all the defendants would be totally acquitted. The longer this trial goes on, the more expensive it is going to be for Stanislaus County. Civil litigation following this fiasco could literally bankrupt Stanislaus County. The Board of Supervisors need to engage in some damage control, and stop this thing. Every day it is allowed to continue, their potential financial liability will escalate. The days of political prosecutions in Stanislaus County should come to an end. In the end, the truth will set them free.

Sincerely; William Thomas Jensen (Tom)