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BRUNING PLACES BLAME ON KOFOED IN 2006 MURDOCK MURDER CASE

By Nebraska Radio Network 10/22/2013

 

              ATTORNEY GENERAL JON BRUNING SAYS THE STATE HAD TO SETTLE A FEDERAL LAWSUIT FILED BY TWO PEOPLE FALSELY ACCUSED IN THE MURDER OF A SOUTHEAST NEBRASKA COUPLE TO AVOID AN EVEN GREATER SETTLEMENT.

              STILL MATTHEW LIVERS AND NICHOLAS SAMPSON WILL GET 2.6 MILLION DOLLARS FOR BEING FALSELY CHARGED WITH KILLING WAYNE AND SHARON STOCK IN THEIR RURAL MURDOCK FARMHOUSE IN 2006.

              BRUNING REJECTS CLAIMS THAT STATE TROOPERS LEANED TOO HARD ON LIVERS, WHO IS MENTALLY DISABLED, TO EXTRACT A CONFESSION.

              BRUNING PLACES THE BLAME ON DOUGLAS COUNTY INVESTIGATOR DAVID KOFOED, CONVICTED OF FAKING DNA TO CONVICT THE TWO.


             BRUNING AUDIO

              CASS COUNTY WILL PAY 1.5 MILLION DOLLARS. THE STATE WILL PAY 975 THOUSAND DOLLARS WITH DOUGLAS COUNTY PICKING UP 125 THOUSAND DOLLARS OF THE SETTLEMENT.

              LATER, AUTHORITIES CONVICTED TWO OTHERS FOR THE MURDERS IN A LATE NIGHT BREAK IN AND ROBBERY.

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