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Amanda Knox & Raffaele Sollecito Case Discussed At DNA Conference In Chicago

The John Marshall Law School in Chicago hosted the Forensic DNA for Trial Attorneys conference on May 29, 2014 and Injustice Anywhere’s executive director, Bruce Fischer, was in the audience to hear Greg Hampikian and Tom Zupancic speak.  Both scientists, who advocate for Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito, presented flaws in the 2007 Meredith Kercher death investigation by officials in …

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Why Amanda Knox Simply Must Be Guilty

Amanda Knox, the world’s most determined aspiring victim, is in the news again.  After having evidently seen the requisite shadow from the rim of his own burrow, the latest in a growing colony of beady-eyed, black-robed Italian judges has recently announced an additional six weeks of guilt for the 27-year-old Seattle native.  In overturning the apparently misguided “not guilty” verdict …

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Luca Cheli Discusses His Analysis Of The Nencini Motivation In The Knox & Sollecito Case On Injustice Anywhere Radio

This week, Luca Cheli discussed his analysis of Judge Alessandro Nencini’s Motivation Document that reinstated the guilty verdicts for Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito, with Bruce Fischer on the Injustice Anywhere Radio Program. The first detailed analysis of Nencini’s ruling titled: “Knox and Sollecito: Dissection of a Conviction” is now available in English. Luca is a member of the Injustice Anywhere Advisory Board …

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The 11th Hour Witness – Jamie Snow Case

In 2001, Jamie Snow was wrongfully convicted for the 1991 murder of a gas station attendant during an apparent armed robbery at the Clark Super 100 Station located at 802 E. Empire St. in Bloomington, Illinois. Jamie was home with his family on the other side of town when the crime occurred. He is currently being represented by the University …

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Wrongful Conviction Of Peter Wlasiuk, NYS Chenango County, Prosecutorial Misconduct Is Rife

How Patty Wlasiuk died. Authored by: Tim Richards—Private Eye, United Kingdom The death of Patty Wlasiuk over a decade ago should be a relatively simple story of a tragic accident but it has become more than that as it became the story of a miscarriage of justice which does not reflect well on the American criminal justice system. Peter Wlasiuk …

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