Ryan W. Ferguson

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Ryan W. Ferguson

Ryan W. Ferguson

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Who is Ryan W. Ferguson? 

Ryan W. Ferguson is an Australian editor who was born on October 19, 1984. Ryan W. Ferguson’s zodiac sign is Libra, according to astrologers. Ryan W. Ferguson (born October 19, 1984) is an Australian-born American who served nearly ten years in prison after being wrongfully convicted of a 2001 murder in Columbia, Missouri. Ferguson was a 17-year-old high school student at the time of the murder.

Kent Heitholt, 48, was murdered in the parking lot of The Columbia Daily Tribune, where he worked as a sports editor, in the early morning hours of November 1, 2001. Michael Boyd, a coworker, was the last person to see him alive. Between 2:12 and 2:20 a.m., they had a work-related talk in the parking lot, according to Boyd.

Early Life and Bio

Kent Heitholt was found battered and strangled in the parking lot of the Columbia Daily Tribune, where he worked as a sports editor, soon after 2 a.m. on November 1, 2001. For two years, the murder of Heitholt stayed unexplained until authorities received a tip about a guy called Charles Erickson. Erickson had no recollection of the evening of the murder and was frightened that he might have been involved. Police interrogated Erickson, who had spent the evening partying with Ferguson. Despite initially appearing to have no recollection of the killings’ night, he later confessed and accused Ferguson. Ferguson was found guilty in the fall of 2005, based on Erickson’s testimony and that of building staff.

Net Worth

In the years 2020-2021, his net worth increased dramatically. So, at the age of 37, how much is Ryan W. Ferguson worth? Ryan W. Ferguson makes the majority of his money as a businessman. He is an American citizen. Ryan W. Ferguson’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets have all been calculated.

Ryan W. Ferguson estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details have been updated below. Let’s check, How Rich is Ryan W. Ferguson in 2020 -2021?  

Ryan W. Ferguson Net Worth:
$1 million to $5 million

Estimated Net Worth in 2021  $1 million to $5 million
Previous Year’s Net Worth (2020)  $1 million to $5 million
Annual Salary  Under Review.  
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Relationship Status

Erickson appears to have little awareness of the crime during the taped interrogation. “It’s just so hazy,” he told cops. I may be making everything up right now.” He was questioned about the weapon used to strangle Heitholt at one point. Erickson said that it appeared to be a shirt. “Maybe a bungee cord?” he said when the police officer told him it wasn’t. The police officer eventually revealed to Erickson that the weapon was Heitholt’s belt. “I don’t recall that at all,” Erickson said. Erickson eventually admitted to police that he and Ferguson robbed Heitholt for drinking money after a significant grilling from detectives. Erickson and Ferguson were arrested and accused of murder in March 2004.

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  • Trump later retracted his claim that his wife had sent him the newspaper piece. Trump stated that Crane coerced him into testifying against Ferguson and that the first time he saw the newspaper images was in 2004 after he was freed from prison, in the prosecutor’s office. “On more than one occasion, he stated, ‘I’ve got the correct two individuals,’ almost like a cheerleader,” Trump claimed, adding Crane also gave him a Tribune newspaper with Ferguson’s photo and told him it would be “useful” if he could identify Ferguson as having been at the crime scene.
  • The cops offered Erickson a plea deal in exchange for his testimony against Ferguson at his 2005 trial. Trump said that he observed Erickson and Ferguson at the scene, along with Erickson. Trump testified that his wife emailed him a news report about the crime while he was in jail on other charges. He alleges that when he was removing the newspaper from the envelope, he noticed images of Erickson and Ferguson and immediately recognized them as the two guys who stood over Heitholt the night of the murder.
  • Ferguson earned a following among wrongful conviction advocacy groups after his conviction. Kathleen Zellner, a well-known Chicago attorney, took over Ferguson’s case pro gratis in 2009. In statements received by Zellner and her investigator in 2012, both Erickson and Trump recanted their trial testimony. Both Erickson and Trump confessed lying at Ferguson’s trial during the ensuing habeas corpus hearing.
  • Free Ryan Ferguson: 101 Reasons Why Ryan Ferguson Should Be Released, by Brian D’Ambrosio, was published in September 2013 as the first book about the Ryan Ferguson case. Prosecutor Crane is accused of police wrongdoing and intimidation in the book. There have also been complaints of forged police records and claims that affidavits against Ferguson were written in their names. D’Ambrosio explores the claims against Michael Boyd, the last person to speak with the victim, and suggests different hypotheses. The story has been covered by 48 Hours, Dateline, and a variety of other publications and news organizations.