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After Seventeen Years David Thorne Continues To Wait For Justice

David Thorne was convicted on January 25, 2000, and sentenced to life without parole in Ohio, for allegedly hiring an acquaintance to kill his son’s mother Yvonne Layne in 1999. The problem is that evidence clearly shows that David Thorne is an innocent man. The appeals system in the United States operates at an incredibly slow pace, making it difficult to …

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Eddie Hill does not deserve a life sentence!

A CASE OF GROSS INJUSTICE  –  Eddie Hill did not kill anyone or want to kill anyone, yet he has served 27 years toward a life sentence in an Ohio prison and will first see the Parole Board in 2049 when he is 83 years old. The injustice of this was plain to Donald  “Duke” Palmer, the man who actually …

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Supporters Of Jeff Havard Are Asking For Donations To Fund Prison Canteen

Jeff Havard currently sits wrongfully convicted on death row in Mississippi for a crime that never happened. He has recently been granted an evidentiary hearing based on new evidence in his favor, but the hearing is not set to take place until August of 2017.  The Committee to Free Jeff Havard, a group I am a part of, has set …

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Petition Signatures For Brendan Dassey Juvenile Interrogation Protection Law Are On The Rise

A petition launched by Brendan Dassey’s mother, Barbara Tydych, has been given a boost by the recent news of her son’s conviction being overturned. Barbara’s Change.org petition asking the state of Wisconsin to pass legislation designed to protect juveniles during interrogations, is now trending and the signatures are on the rise. In her petition, titled: “Please Pass Juvenile Interrogation Protection …

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The Committee To Free Jamie Snow Hosts 6th Annual Postcards In The Park Event

  The Committee to Free Jamie Snow is hosting their sixth annual Postcards in the Park in Bloomington, Illinois, on July 30, 2016. The annual event is designed to bring more attention to the wrongful conviction of Jamie Snow. Jamie Snow was wrongfully convicted in 2001 for the 1991 murder of William Little, a gas station attendant in Bloomington, Illinois. …

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Lincoln appeal denied by Green – Koster disgusting failure by those who should truly be behind bars

Lincoln appeal denied by Green – Koster disgusting failure by those who should truly be behind bars. The Rodney Lincoln appeal denied by Judge Green at the hand of Attorney General Koster is a disgusting failure by those who should truly be behind bars. Starting with sitting governor Jay Nixon, who as the Attorney General of Missouri in 1993 walked …

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