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Injustice Anywhere Radio: The David Camm Case: Round Three

David Camm is a former Indiana State Trooper that was wrongfully convicted in March of 2002 for the murder of his wife and two children in September of 2000. Camm’s conviction was secured by faulty blood spatter evidence that has now been discredited. Blood evidence was mistakenly interpreted as high velocity impact spatter by a crime scene photographer who had …

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Amanda Knox is the latest in a long line of women who have been portrayed as witches and have been made to suffer

Witchcraft is one of the most baseless, absurd, disgusting and silly of all the humbugs. – P. T. Barnum Tracy Borman has written a book called, ‘Witches – A Tale of Sorcery, Scandal and Seduction’.  She tells of two sisters, Margaret and Phillipa Flower, who were hanged for witchcraft in Lincoln in 1619.  They had been interrogated and had made …

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Forensic Engineer Ron Hendry To Discuss New Book Detailing Meredith Kercher Murder

Ron Hendry will be this week’s guest on Injustice Anywhere Radio. Tune in on Tuesday August 13, at 8 PM CDT, to hear an in-depth conversation about Ron’s new book “Single Attacker Theory of the Murder of Meredith Kercher.” Ron will be providing the book for FREE on the day of the show, so please download the book so you …

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Judge that acquitted Amanda Knox claims Italian Supreme Court violated the law when ruling on case

Appeals court Judge Claudio Pratillo Hellmann, is speaking out once again about the Italian Supreme Court’s decision to overturn his ruling in 2011 that declared Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito innocent for the murder of Meredith Kercher in 2007. The Italian Supreme Court overturned the acquittals of Knox and Sollecito in March of this year and ordered a new trial. …

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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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