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The story summarizes the attempt by Elroy Phillips to prove he's in prison for a crime several legal experts say he did not commit. Phillips was arrested by the West Palm Beach police in 2001 for allegedly selling $50 worth of crack to an undercover cop, Phillips has spent the years since his arrest collecting evidence. Phillip's legal work appears to show that cops fabricated the evidence against him.
1999 IRE National Conference (Kansas City) Show and Tell Tape #3 is the third in a nine-part series. This tape includes: 1.) Larry Posner (Inside Edition) Pro-wrestling content. 2.) Patrick Comer (WINK-West Palm Beach) Gypsy Family/ Barely Buried 3.) Chip Wallace (Freelance) Phony Police Charities 4.) Randy Travis (WAGA-Atlanta) Community service payoffs 5.) Wes Williams (KPNX-Phoenix) Security guards with criminal records 6.) Allen May (WTMJ-Milwaukee) Unlicensed car dealers 7.) Chris Heinbaugh (KOMO-Seattle) Foreign child prostitutes 8.) Paul Adrian (WTNH - Hartford) Private ambulance company errors (American Medical Response) 9.) Brian Collister (Texas Network) The sale of fake doctor prescriptions for a hot tub discount
By reviewing thousands of pages of police reports from the past 10 years, The Palm Beach Post investigated the rise of an inner-city drug empire run by one family in West Palm Beach. About one month later, The Palm Beach Post reported on the fall of this empire because of sweeping federal indictments.