By referring to the Court records, it is clearly demonstrated that several witnesses of the Prosecutor were knowingly perjuring themselves by making false testimony against Matt.
Dan Miller, Delores Waters, Marshall Smith, Nancy Mason and Matt all contradicted this testimony. Further, Nancy Williams confirmed Judy Taylor was in Maine on December 30, 1985.
It is important to note that at the time of the Trial, Dan Miller was under indictment for lying to police.
Delores Waters and Becky Davis contradicted Dan Miller’s testimony, and stated Matt was not present in the Kallethea Bar on December 30, 1985 .
John Harris and Joseph DeVore testified that they were both with Matt on December 30, 1985 in a blue Oldsmobile on the other side of the city.
How could Matt and his Trial Counsel defend deliberate false statements under Oath. These two witnesses served to severely prejudice the proceedings against Matt and deprive him of a fair Trial.
Prosecutors intimidated Ronald Perkins, a man of rather limited intellect, into making an admission, that maybe his testimony on direct examination had been wrong, and maybe he didn’t take possession of the truck he purchased for parts from Matt five months prior to the murder, when he had thought. Confusion of the witness and improper conduct of the Prosecutor is clearly demonstrated on the Court record, wherein Mr Perkins stated he changed his mind about when he got the truck, out in the hallway, a few minutes earlier because the Prosecutor had told him so.