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The Rodney Lincoln Case: Does New DNA Evidence Prove His Innocence?

This week, Injustice Anywhere Radio discussed the Rodney Lincoln case with Rodney’s daughter Kay Lincoln. Rodney Lincoln is currently serving two life sentences for the murder of JoAnn Tate and the assault of Tate’s two young daughters in April of 1982 in St. Loius, Missouri. Rodney was convicted based on a hair found at the crime scene that was attributed to …

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Summary Of Amanda Knox Appeal To Italian Supreme Court Against Conviction In Florence

On January 30, 2014, the appeals court in Florence, Italy, reinstated the guilty verdicts for Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the murder of Meredith Kercher in 2007. Knox filed an appeal in April with the Italian Supreme court against the Florence ruling. Here is an English language summary of her appeal. Part One Issues of constitutional illegitimacy  An issue of …

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The Jeffrey Havard Case: Rethinking Shaken Baby Syndrome

Jeff Havard was wrongfully convicted and sentenced to death in 2002 by the State of Mississippi for shaking his girlfriend’s infant daughter Chloe Britt to death in the process of a sexual assault. The accusation of sexual assault has been thoroughly reviewed, and it is now very clear that a sexual assault never occurred. In fact, there are currently no experts that support …

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AMANDA KNOX CO-DEFENDANT: “AMANDA KNOX IS INNOCENT”

Well, Let’s See What’s Really Going On in Italy Rome, July 2 2014 “I am not Amanda Marie Knox.” (Really?) Raffaele Sollecito’s lawyers organized a press conference in Rome to explain the points of their appeal document. They had probably noticed, when the appeal was filed, that the media only reported that the appeal had been filed, and no one …

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The Committee To Free Jamie Snow Hosts 4th Annual Postcards In The Park Event

The Committee to Free Jamie Snow is hosting their fourth annual Postcards in the Park in Bloomington, Illinois, on August 3, 2014. 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. Jamie …

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New Blogger Provides Fresh Perspective On The Amanda Knox Case

A new blogger going by the name of Lenroot Mays is already making an impact on those following the Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito case with his new blog titled: “Amanda Knox: Auguries of Innocence.” The blog offers a new perspective on a case that has been discussed in great detail for nearly 7 years, and that is no easy …

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