Belynda Goff

More awareness is being brought to this case daily. I hope that you will take the time to read this post. A woman is fighting for justice. She is fighting a state and system that is trying to keep their doings hidden while keeping her cries silent. The best way to move forward is with awareness and being proactive. We are all starting to see more wrongful convictions surface in the media. These convictions were made so that prosecutors and police can make a name for themselves at a mighty expense… the life of an innocent person. This is part of Belynda Goff’s story.

Wrongly Convicted Group Website

In 1994 Belynda, then 32 years old, lived in Green Forest, Arkansas and worked at the local Tyson plant. She was a mother of three – Stephen Lee, 3 years old, Mark, 7, and Bridgette, 15.

On the night of June 11, 1994 she was home with her husband, Stephen, and their son, Stephen Lee. Around 9:00 pm Stephen received a phone call and told Belynda he was going out for cigarettes even though, as Belynda told him, the store was closed. She headed to bed around 10:00 or 10:30 pm. Stephen was still not home. During the night Stephen Lee crawled into bed with her.

At about 2:00 am her upstairs neighbors heard a knock on the Goffs’ door, and then shortly later, what sounded like banging on the ceiling.

Between 4:00 and 4:30 am Belynda’s alarm went off. She went into the bathroom, then the living room. It…

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