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Advocate Tammy Alexander & Attorney Jen Fitzgerald Discuss the Jamie Snow Case With Injustice Anywhere Radio

Advocate Tammy Alexander, Attorney Jen Fitzgerald, and Bill Clutter, the founder of Investigating Innocence, discussed the Jamie Snow case this week with Bruce Fischer on the Injustice Anywhere Radio program. Jamie Snow was wrongfully convicted in 2001 for the 1991 murder of William Little, a gas station attendant in Bloomington, Illinois. Jamie is currently serving a life sentence without the …

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Jeffrey Havard Discusses His Case With Injustice Anywhere Radio

Jeffrey Havard currently sits wrongfully convicted on death row in Mississippi for the sexual assault and murder of his girlfriend’s six-month-old daughter. The truth is the infant slipped from Jeffrey’s arms while lifting her from the tub, causing her head to hit the toilet. The death was a tragic accident, not a murder. Jeffrey Havard is innocent. Jeffrey’s conviction resulted …

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Jeffrey Havard Speaks Out About Recent Motion Requesting That His Case Be Sealed

The State of Mississippi filed a motion on August 26,  requesting that the Jeffrey Havard case be sealed.  You can read more about the motion here.  The State’s motion was baseless and was  rightfully denied  by Federal Judge Kieth Starrett.  You can view Judge Starrett’s denial here. Jeffrey Havard has now written a new blog post discussing his concerns with the State’s …

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Overzealous Detectives and Ineffective Counsel to Blame for Wrongful Conviction of Jamie Snow

Jamie Snow was convicted in‭ ‬2001‭ ‬for the‭ ‬1991‭ ‬murder of William Little.‭ ‬Little was the victim of an apparent robbery while working as a gas station attendant in Bloomington,‭ ‬Illinois.‭ ‬This was a senseless crime that left an‭ ‬18-year-old man dead,‭ ‬all for the reported theft of approximately sixty dollars.‭ ‬Snow is currently serving a life sentence without the …

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The Ryan Ferguson Case Highlights The Difficulty Of Correcting A Wrongful Conviction

Ryan Ferguson was wrongfully convicted in 2001 of second-degree murder of Columbia Tribune Sports Editor Kent Heitholt, and was sentenced to 40 years in prison. Ferguson is one of roughly 2.3 million people currently housed in America’s prison system. The United States incarcerates more people than any civilized nation on earth. A majority of those convicted are guilty as charged …

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