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News Coverage About Zeke Goldblum’s Case


May 26, 2017 – New book exposes “Willful Blindness” in connection with murder conviction of local rabbi’s son


January 29, 2017 – KD/PG Sunday Edition.  KDKA TV’s Ken Rice and John Allison, editorial director of The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, speak with James Ramsey and David Bear about the Zeke Goldblum case and their new book, “Willful Blindness.”  (27-minute video)


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February 7, 2016 –  The Next Page – When the System is the Crime  –  Charles Goldblum was wrongly convicted of murder 40 years ago, writes former PG staffer David Bear, who has edited Willful Blindness a book on the case.  View PDF of the newspaper page

ChronicleDecember 8, 2015 – Israel Would Welcome Him  Orah Miller has spent the last 39 years working to get her brother released from prison for a murder he did not commit.




November 20, 1996 – KDKA TV’ Ken Rice covers the Charles Goldblum Murder Case    6-minute video


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February 5, 2016 – Editorial – Justice derailed: Wrongful convictions put too many in prison


Publicsource mast   Prison release rarely an option for dying state inmates



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TV Report on Zeke’s case

It has been more than 20 years since Ken Rice filed this in-depth report on Zeke’s case. 20 years since Zeke’s judge and prosecutor both labeled his trial “A Miscarriage of Justice.”

And 20 years later, Zeke is still in prison, serving a life sentence for a crime he did not commit.



"Clarence . . . Clarence Miller did this to me." George Wilhelm's dying declaration to police, February 9, 1976 (T.T. 1528).

". . . Goldblum was not the individual who inflicted the fatal stab wounds on Mr. George Wilhelm." Dr. Cyril Wecht, Coroner of Allegheny County in letter to Board of Pardons, September 1, 1994; Henry Lee, Ph.D., report dated February 25, 1997.

"This is the one case in 21 years [as a judge] which seriously troubles my conscience about the result." The Honorable Donald Ziegler as quoted in Michael Bucsko, Judge Haunted by Dying Man's Last Sentences, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, February 5, 1995.