Tag Archives: Innocence Project

The The Ken Anderson prosecutorial “accountability” lie, retold by LA Times.

Texas ex-prosecutor’s sentence sends warning on wrongful convictions – latimes.com Anderson agreed to serve nine days in jail, resign from the bench and surrender his law license … “I am guardedly optimistic that we’ll see more courts of inquiry,” said … Continue reading

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Documentary Demonstrates that Michael Morton’s Case is Not Unique

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Michael Morton’s remarkable story of wrongful conviction for the 1986 murder of his wife Christine, his 25 years of incarceration, and his exoneration, will be told to a national audience when the documentary “An…

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Innocence Project: Remove my endorsement; return my donations.

Why I Give: Susan Chandler Writer, Activist Vero Beach, Florida When I got an email Tuesday from the Innocence Project asking me to make a donation so they could provide fundamental necessities to their clients after they are exonerated, I … Continue reading

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The scandalously ineffectual, expanding Innocence Industry

About CPI » Center for Prosecutor Integrity The mission of the Center for Prosecutor Integrity is to preserve the presumption of innocence, assure equal treatment under the law, and end wrongful convictions through the enhancement of prosecutor ethics. CPI seeks to increase … Continue reading

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@HuffingtonPost, consider the @innocence source: rewrite; reveal Debra Baker Masters related homicide.

For the First Time Ever, a Prosecutor Will Go to Jail for Wrongfully Convicting an Innocent Man | Mark Godsey What’s newsworthy and novel about today’s plea is that a prosecutor was actually punished in a meaningful way for his … Continue reading

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Seemingly fighting words for Stanley Wrice fall flat.

Did Political Clout Subvert Justice in Wrongful Conviction Case? | David Protess If Bonjean’s allegations are true, high-ranking officials have obstructed justice to promote a political agenda. Nothing less than a full-blown federal investigation is needed. Everyone who has subverted … Continue reading

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John Grisham: GITMO doom, gloom, hopelessness, blah, blah, blah

John Grisham: When I Found Out My Books Were Banned at Gitmo, I Had to Learn More — And I Came Away Horrified | Alternet This sounds simple, but it will never happen. via John Grisham: When I Found Out My … Continue reading

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Show up for Davontae, Detroit; crowd the courtroom.

WHATS GOING ON /MARVIN GAYE – YouTube. What’s going on. Words to that affect, posed to a Detroit police officer – perhaps even those exact three words – sent innocent young Davontae Sanford to prison. When Davontae made his inquiry, … Continue reading

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Park Avenue Pope: MIA in battle to decimate Timely Justice Act

John Houston Pope :: Epstein Becker & Green, P.C. Mr. Pope’s commitment to the provision of pro bono services includes his long-time representation of death-row inmate Tommy Zeigler, on whose behalf he has advocated since 1991. Mr. Pope appeared in … Continue reading

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Fair trials unavailable in Florida’s 18th Judicial Circuit

Powerful New York Prosecutors Under Scrutiny As Many Convictions of Likely Dirty Cop Are Probed | Alternet Only on TV do these cases stand up on their own; the reality is they are usually held together with a string … … Continue reading

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