Marquis Rayner who is wrongfully incarcerated for a crime he did not commit
January 22, 2020
Hosted by Jeff Stein
From the voice of the defendant: "As you can see, my name is Marquis Rayner and presently I'm an inmate at SCI-Forest. I am 28 years of age, and I am from small suburban city, Coatesville Pa. Before this incident, I enjoyed spending time with my family, and friends. I never would have imagined that, I would be writing a letter like this, let alone writing from a prison facility. On March 12, 2013, my life took a complete turn for the worse. I went from waking up each morning preparing for a day caring for hospital patients at the Coatesville Brandywine Hospital to waking up in a jail cell. I was accused of and arrested for a very unfortunate crime that took place in Coatesville on June 29, 2012. I was not, and I repeat, I was not involved with the crime in any capacity, and on that day in June a robbery/murder was committed."
Is there Really Truth and Justice for All?
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How often is an innocent person found guilty of a crime they did not commit? If you had asked me this question in 2005, I would have said, not many, only because I was uneducated. Now after specializing as a Criminal Defense Investigator for the past decade my response is a complete 360. Not because the accused are my clients, but because I am now more educated and have firsthand knowledge and experience with freeing the innocent after being wrongly accused.
There are many wrongful arrests and convictions in the United States. How can we fix this? Understanding that our current judicial system is not “truth and Justice for All” and that everyone needs to be aware, this widespread problem in our country does not discriminate against race, religion, sex, nationality. Anyone can become a victim to the judicial system and incompetent investigations by law enforcement. “Is there Really Truth and Justice for All?” airs Wednesdays at 8 AM Pacific on VoiceAmerica Variety.
Jeffrey Stein has more than thirty years’ experience in the investigative and security profession. Stein has conducted over two thousand internal and external interviews over the course of his career in the private sector. He is a licensed professional investigator in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from West Chester University.
Stein’s expertise, while specializing in criminal defense and homicide investigations, includes personal injury, inadequate security, corporate fraud, workplace violence, security policies and procedures and civil investigations. In 2018 he was inducted into the Vidocq Society.
Stein is a former New Jersey 911 operator as well as a New Jersey State Certified Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician. Stein has been interviewed and used as a subject matter expert by FoxNews.com and is a contributing author for “Advanced Private Investigation,” A Manual of Advanced Investigative Skills for the Private Investigator.
Stein is an active member of IntelleNet, a prestigious international network of investigators, and is their Assistant Executive Director and also the Educational Training Director for the Intellenet Continuous Education Academy. He is also the current Chairman of the Pennsylvania Association of Licensed Investigators.