Hae Min Lee’s Family Would’ve OK’d Adnan’s Release If Evidence Was Solid
HaeMin Lee’s Family
Would have OK’d Adnan’s Release …
If There Was New Evidence
9/21/2022 12: 50 AM PT
The family of Hae Min Lee — who was allegedly killed at the hands of Adnan Syed — would’ve been all good with his release … but they say they haven’t seen any solid evidence pointing at anyone else — at least not yet.
Attorney Steve Kelly, who’s repping the Lee family, tells TMZ … Hae Min’s brood simply doesn’t think what prosecutors submitted to cut Adnan loose was convincing, adding they don’t consider it real evidence that actually points to another killer or killers.
Kelly says the Lee family was told for 20 years by the Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office Adnan was their man — responsible for Hae Min’s death — something a jury at the time agreed with when they convicted him of murder and sentenced him to life in prison.
Fox 5 DC
FWIW… Prosecutors pointed to letters and/or notes from at least one suspect, who was apparently known to police from the jump and who apparently wrote that they wanted to make HML “disappear and kill her.” According to prosecutors, the problem is that the notes were not given to AS’s defense during the trial. This is a big no-no since any evidence that could exonerate AS should have been given.
Not just that, but prosecutors are also now saying a key witness — Jay Wilds — gave inconsistent accounts to cops.
Apparently, much of this stuff wasn’t disclosed to Adnan’s team … and prosecutors are saying it all warranted throwing out his conviction. As we reported … a judge agreed Monday and ordered Adnan be cut loose … although he’ll remain on house arrest for 30 days while prosecutors evaluate whether to retry him.
While some claim this is significant evidence, more than enough to raise reasonable suspicion… the Lee family believes that there’s not enough information to convince them Adnan should be free.
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