Justice For Jessica Boynton
Justice For Jessica Boynton
On April 15, 2016, in the town of Griffin, Georgia. Police found Jessica Boynton in the closet of her home with a gunshot wound to the head, and a police issued firearm in her hand. The county sheriff ruled her dead at the scene.
There is one major problem though. Jessica was neither dead nor shot in the head. That's right. Police find and verify Jessica is alive at the scene, and she is rushed to the ER. That is when it's found that there was no exit wound, no bullet, and NO ENTRANCE WOUND. That's right. Jessica wasn't shot in the head, but rather stricken in the head with what appears to be blunt force. Also, there were no signs of gunshot residue on Jessica's hands.
The police were notified of said "shooting" by Jessica's then husband Matthew Boynton. Matthew claims he received a text from Jessica stating she was going to commit suicide. Mathew, a then police officer raced home only to hear 2 consecutive gunshots. He raced out of his house fearing for his life and called in backup.
The phone records were never verified, and thus the text messages were never authenticated.
There is another problem now. Matthew claims this was around 1 a.m, but the neighbors will tell a story of hearing gunshots at 11 p.m.
The next problem is that during interview with investigators, Matthew tells detectives he did not change his clothes or wash his hands. This was potentially a lie. Earlier that night, Matthew is seen on surveillance at a Walmart, and is clearly shown to be wearing an outfit different than what he had on later that night. Aside from the outfit, Matthew was never tested for gunshot residue.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has closed the case ruling it a suicide, despite the fact that people don't usually commit suicide by firing at their head twice, missing both shots, and then resort to smashing themselves on the head.
Jessica is alive today, but due to the traumatic head injury, she is not capable of recalling the events leading up to the injury. She is adamant though that she would never commit suicide.
Later on in another case involving Matthew and Jessica, Mathew stole Jessica's property and lied about it. He was charged with 2 felonies, and ended up losing his job as a police officer over it. The importance here is that, if Matthew lied under oath about this, what else has he lied about?
The work in this case is sloppy, and appears as if Mathew was let off the line too easily due to his work as a police officer, and the fact the the county sheriff so happened to be his granddad. That's right, Matthew's granddad was the sheriff... The same sheriff who lied by pronouncing Jessica dead at the scene.
The evidence in this case is so messy that there is clearly foul play involved, and had Mathew been an average Joe, there is no doubt he'd be a prime suspect.
I am asking all of you to help me get justice for Jessica by signing this petition. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has failed to do its job. The FBI needs to take on this case, and settle it once and for all the right way.
If Mathew is indeed the attacker, it's only a matter of time until he hurts someone else.
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