|Don Miller and son, Kirk, before he grew up;|
tried to free his father, and facing life with
his father in prison committed suicide
If I had never written a piece about the Wisconsin State Journal playing stenographer for Iron County DA Martin Lipske, presenting Lipske as a credible source for the proposed Gogebic Taconite mine, I never would have heard about Don Miller.
But the free Don Miller people have built up an impressive national group of advocates, and noticing Martin Lipske in my piece wrote a comment about Don Miller's case prosecuted by Lipske, with URLs to Free Don Miller sites.
The Miller case was preceded over by Iron County Judge Patrick J. Madden, about whom the advocates have evidence Madden had an affair with Miller's alleged "victim," while presiding over the trial.
The site, Anatomy of a Wrongful Conviction, is quite a read. If an innocent man sentenced to 42 years is wrong, check out the site because you will not believe what takes place in Iron County, and it's not just Don Miller.
The University of Wisconsin Innocence Project is working on the case, but won't talk with the Don Miller advocates while they are in contact with the Iron County DA's office.