This man is not forgotten.
Most people who read my book based on the 1996 Ted Kuhl murder case think is it actually fiction. Truth must be believable. The incredible lack of evidence--zero forensics, no murder weapon, no reliable witness, and no motive--is unimaginable.
The book is stranger than fiction, because it is all too shockingly true.
It took no evidence to convict Ted but his own foolishness in not asking for an attorney during the interrogation and that of a witness who changed his story 16 times as a matter of court record (more outside of court). Yet in order to overturn this improbable conviction, evidence must be at the "smoking gun" level, according to then-state's attorney Paul Logli.
Someone, somewhere knows about the smoking gun. I have letters from a gang member to indicate this.
Many in Rockford, IL believe that Ted is innocent of the homicide for which he has been imprisoned since the trial. A former Boy Scout who belonged to a troop led by Ted Kuhl has started a blog spot titled: Ted Kuhl Innocence Project.
It is our hope that the missing gun is found.