"C C’s (Colombian Connection) Pizza”
Kenneth Barnes will have his day in court -
a scheduled sentencing for December 3, 2008
The family of Brian Wells will probably never have a chance for justice because “crazy” Marj Diehl Armstrong probably never will have her day in court. And, of course, William Rothstein will not have a chance to establish his innocence because he’s dead.
Family and friends of Brian Wells insist that the pizza collar bomber case is not solved as it is missing some key ingredients, such as:
-- How does Brian Wells, a quiet, law abiding man who never exhibited any previous behavior suggesting a criminal lifestyle, turn into a stone cold bank robber overnight?
-- How does an over-the-hill gang that couldn’t shoot straight concoct a ten-page plan to execute a brazen robbery in broad daylight, stump a multi-agency taskforce, but also show incredible lapses – e,g. call from a pay phone near a conspirator’s house , and then blow it all by talking out-of-box to prison snitches?
-- Where is the evidence the “evil genius” William Rothstein was an experienced bomb maker?
-- Who and where are the still unidentified two young men who are persons-of-interest?
is often stranger than fiction. But the
fiction the prosecution is passing as the truth in the Erie Pizza Collar bomber
case needs to be challenged by some responsible authority. Until
there is substantial evidence that Brian Wells was a co-conspirator in the
collar bomb case, other than the “good word” of a criminal with motive to avoid
the death penalty and circumstantial evidence that an average defense attorney
would knock out of the courtroom, let US consider the possibility there is a
connection with the Colombia