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Injustice Anywhere invites pro-guilt blogger Edward McCall to discuss Meredith Kercher case on live broadcast

Injustice Anywhere has posted an open letter on their discussion forum inviting blogger, Edward McCall, to be a guest on a live broadcast of the Injustice Anywhere radio program to discuss the Meredith Kercher case. McCall is the creator of a new controversial wiki project that discusses the case. He has also recently made several derogatory comments about Amanda Knox’s supporters. Injustice …

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THE MURDER OF MEREDITH KERCHER

November 1, 2007, Via Della Pergola 7, Perugia, Italy, about 9:30pm.  All Saint’s Day would end with the tragic death of Meredith Kercher, an exchange student from Leeds University in the United Kingdom.  Meredith, a London native, dreamed of a year abroad and planned to follow her father’s footsteps and become a writer. She had been in Perugia approximately 45 …

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MEREDITH KERCHER: CRIME SCENE INSTIGATION

“To say that Amanda embraced the experience as a growing up exercise is a step too far. In my judgement Amanda is loyal, principled, honest, trusting and inherently a private person. It took her (and all of us) a long time to understand that this prosecution was not a cock-up; it was a conspiracy from the start. How deep and …

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Retired Judge Mike Heavey & Retired FBI Agent Steve Moore Discuss the Amanda Knox Case With Injustice Anywhere Radio

Retired Superior Court Judge Mike Heavey and retired FBI Agent Steve Moore discussed the latest updates in the Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito case this week with Bruce Fischer on the Injustice Anywhere Radio program. Amanda and Raffaele were wrongfully convicted in December 2009, for the murder of Meredith Kercher in November 2007. Both were acquitted on appeal in October …

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The Third Murder Trial of David Camm Draws to a Close

This article was originally published on Ground Report by Joseph Bishop, and has been re-published here based on the guidelines of the  Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. In just a few weeks a jury in Lebanon, Indiana will deliver a verdict on the guilt or innocence of David Camm. He is the former Indiana State Trooper who has spent the last …

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A True Story of Going to Prison for Debt; The IRP6 Story

This is a federal court case that you may not have heard about, but it is a situation that can happen to anyone from any walk of life. This is the nightmare story of Gary Walker – CEO, David Banks – COO, Kendrick Barnes – CIO, Clinton Stewart – Bus Dev, Demetrius Harper – CEO/DKH and David Zirpolo, now being …

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