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Gammage
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WE WILL NEVER FORGET
NO JUSTICE! NO PEACE!


  1. BEFORE YOU GET STARTED

  2. SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING EVENTS

  3. CURRENT COURT PROCEEDINGS

  4. ORGANIZED DAILY EVENTS LISTINGS FOR PAST MONTHS

  5. BACKGROUND INTO THE CASE

  6. PRESS RELEASES

  7. BOYCOTT FOR JUSTICE!

  8. WATCH ON THE MASS MEDIA

  9. WHO WAS JONNY GAMMAGE

  10. ARTISTS ON GAMMAGE

  11. OTHER SITES OF SIMILAR INTEREST 

  12. WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

  13. COPYRIGHTS AND USEAGE

  14. CREDITS

  15. AUDIO LISTENING LIBRARY

     On October 12th, 1995 in Brentwood, Pennsylvania, a suburb of  Pittsburgh, police officer Milton Mulholland followed a midnight blue 1988 Jaguar with Florida plates for hitting "its brakes as it passed him."

     The driver of the Jaguar displayed no behavior in his driving which could be deemed as questionable. His strange fate was determined because he was using the brakes on his vehicle to prevent accelerating beyond the speed limit while going downhill according to court records.

     Officer Mulholland in his paperwork later said that the man was running red lights and driving erratically, but his court testimony stated that the driver was not exceeding the speed limit. Mulholland only stated that the driver kept flashing the brake lights.
Speculation looms around what had actually happened prior to the stop of motorist Jonny Gammage of Syracuse, New York. Evidence both in the police reports and that presented via in-court testimony conflict as to the original basis warranting the apprehension of Gammage. Even more puzzling is the damage inflicted to Gammage following his being stopped along Route 51, which quickly led to his unnecessary death.

     Jonny Gammage was only 31.