On July 13, 2008, Alex Teehee, a 20 year old father of two, was murdered in Port Charlotte, Florida. What was initially believed to be a hit & run accident, soon became a heinous intentional act. A Grand Jury indicted the driver on vehicular homicide and manslaughter. An arrest was made. A forensic expert was commissioned to examine the circumstances of Alex’s death………which leads us to where we are today, holding the justice system accountable for protecting the rights of citizens and prosecuting those who violate our rights!
Voice mail death threats, still “new” on Alex’s cell phone, crime scene evidence gathered by the Florida Highway Patrol, medical evidence, witnesses, forensic reports & reconstruction analysis all lead to Alex Teehee receiving a severe beating prior to a vehicle strike, both resulting in severe brain injuries that he succumbed to the next morning. The Charlotte County prosecutor handling the case ignored the facts and portrayed this crime to the courts as a crime of non-intent. One day before trial, he dropped those charges against the driver, and has not pursued charges against the other two accomplices, one being the caller who left the voice mail death threats, and another message to a friend of Alex’s, “your boy is done”. Murder is intentional, premeditated. Don’t death threats show premeditation? Isn’t crossing the road to strike the victim intentional?
Did the prosecutor change the Medical Examiner & Highway Patrol rulings that Alex Teehee was struck by a vehicle to “falling from a vehicle” because he wanted an easy trial, an easy conviction? Or did he make this into an accident for another reason? Is there a conflict of interest because one of the suspects has direct family ties to Charlotte County Law Enforcement? IS JUSTICE BEING DENIED??
What would YOU think if this happened to your loved one?