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Reporting Human Rights Violations: A How-to Guide for Prisoners

Originally posted on INJUSTICE INSIDE:
The following guide, published by the Human Rights Coalition, offers guidelines for prisoners on reporting human rights violations. The method described is simple, requiring documentation, intervention, and movement-building: [W]e learn the truth by gathering evidence (documentation); we…

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Retaliation against hunger strikers: news from Menard

Originally posted on Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity:
It’s easy to forget hunger strikers after a strike is suspended – easy for folks on the outside. Those inside, whether they are imprisoned or guards, do not forget. Check out the reports…

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Reinvestigating Gina Hall’s homicide. Apparently sans DNA or even Google searches.

Investigators take a second look at the Gina Hall murder case from 1980 in Radford | Local News – Home Investigators are asking for your help if you can provide any in this case. via Investigators take a second look … Continue reading

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Florida cops apparently abusing Stingray, too … not just DAVID.

Local Police in Florida Acting Like They’re the CIA But They’re Not | ACLU of Florida A few weeks ago, the ACLU sent public records requests to 36 state and local Florida law enforcement agencies seeking information about their use … Continue reading

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Judge inflicts slightest of slaps on prosecutor’s wrist for Brady violation.

Judge kicks prosecutor off cases for withholding evidence – The Orange County Register Goethals found Petersen committed an intentional “Brady violation.” He was referring to Brady v. Maryland, the case in which the U.S. Supreme Court ruled prosecutors must turn … Continue reading

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Bite mark “evidence” more reliable than DNA? Since when??

Douglas Prade, Freed After 15 Years In Prison, Sent Back Behind Bars Prade was freed when a judge decided new DNA testing of a bite mark proved he didn’t kill his ex-wife. But the appeals court concluded that the test … Continue reading

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Florida Today comes out swinging FOR double-dipper who’s headed to MY county.

Matt Reed: Tipton is Brevard’s ‘true’ conservative It pained him, but Tipton’s plans cut hundreds of jobs, hiked benefit contributions for workers and imposed a six-year pay freeze that’s still in place. via Matt Reed: Tipton is Brevard's 'true' conservative. … Continue reading

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I’m not feeling the Easter Saturday guilt anymore … it’s all on Kym Worthy now.

On a domestic violence shelter counselor’s advice, I purchased and read The Sociopath Next Door. I was grappling with how I could be fairly intelligent and yet have been so thoroughly fooled, entering into a relationship and then marriage with … Continue reading

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DAVID system serving as “Facebook for cops” okay with FL A.G. Pam Bondi.

Bondi objects to lawsuit | Ocala.com To that end, Bondi encourages the court to not be persuaded by rulings in similar federal cases from last September, in which courts decided that Congress had authority to punish public officials for improperly … Continue reading

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TX B.S.: Murderous “Asked and Answered” questions portrayed as “Open”

Editorial: Good and bad news in effort to upgrade criminal justice | Dallas Morning News Despite static kicked up by Gov. Rick Perry, the panel’s review included scathing critiques of the arson work that put Willingham on death row. Did … Continue reading

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