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Recent Generation Why Podcast Misses The Mark On Jeff Havard Case

The Jeff Havard case was recently discussed on the Generation Why Podcast. Generation Why is a podcast hosted by two guys named Aaron and Justin. Each podcast presents a conversation between the two hosts discussing various topics involving true crime and mystery. Our organization Injustice Anywhere is appreciative that Generation Why chose to discuss Jeff’s case but we came away …

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THREATS TO AMANDA KNOX: TIME FOR AN ACT OF RESPONSIBILITY FROM THE KERCHERS

by Francesco Luna The pain of the Kerchers for the tragic, horrible loss of Meredith is immense and deserves respect. But now time has come for them to come forward and exit from ambiguity. They are good people and they don’t want other lives to be taken because of this tragedy. They have now a responsibility that they cannot ignore: …

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OBVIOUS OUTCOME FOR AMANDA KNOX AND RAFFAELE SOLLECITO: ACQUITTED FOR NOT HAVING COMMITTED THE FACT

Five Cassation judges were not fooled by pushers, tramps, words and conjectures Frank Sfarzo reporting from Italy I always told people to relax and keep imagination at leash, because by following a case from faraway you risk to get things wrong. I always suggested to Mignini not to believe what the cops were telling him. I always suggested to friends …

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WHEN WILL THEY STOP HOUNDING AMANDA KNOX?

Nigel Scott Writer and Researcher Spiked.com She’s been framed before, and it looks like she–ll be framed again. It is seven-and-a-half years since the death of Meredith Kercher in Italy. Since then, the world’s media have enjoyed a ringside seat at the subsequent trials of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito, but have shed almost no light on the process. They report …

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AMANDA KNOX AND RAFFAELE SOLLECITO — THE SCIENCE SAYS INNOCENT

Italy doesn’t need new obscurantism from Courts Written by Frank Sfarzo People in the law are very good at the law, but we realized how difficult it is for them to have a real comprehension of scientific facts. The first judges received those two tests, which declared DNA on the knife, or on the bra clasp, and that became something …

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New book published on Amanda Knox case by Forensic Engineer Ron Hendry

When Innocence Doesn’t Matter: Ordeals of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito From Amazon.com: A chronological narrative of the events before, during, and after the murder of Meredith Kercher on November 1, 2007 by retired Forensic Engineer Ron Hendry. A major focus is on missteps and misconduct by the police and prosecution that led to the murder conviction of two exemplar university …

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