The face of an innocent man framed by the FBI!

This is a copy of the latent print found on the plastic bag in a van near where three of the bombed trains in Madrid, Spain departed on March 11, 2004. The print is turned 17 degrees to match the orientation of the other fingerprint.

NOTE! These are not official photos obtained from any government agency. They are published for public educational purposes only. These same photos were published in a front page story in the Seattle Times on June 7, 2004.

This is Brandon Mayfield’s left index fingerprint from his arrest when he was 17 years old.

Compare for yourself. Fingerprint experts around the world are astonished that the FBI could have honestly mistaken the fingerprint (on the right) taken from a plastic bag containing detonators linked to the March 11, 2004 Madrid, Spain bombing, with the fingerprint of Portland, Oregon attorney Brandon Mayfield (on the left), who has an expired passport and has never traveled to Spain in his life!

Listen to Brandon Mayfield’s June 4, 2004, one-hour interview on KBOO 90.7 FM radio in Portland, Oregon.

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