Tag Archives: malicious prosecutions

.@BostonGlobe misleads the pubic re prosecutorial misconduct

Bernard Baran case raises larger question: Should prosecutors answer for their actions? – Editorials – The Boston Globe The death of Baran last month, at the age of 49, has brought renewed attention to the travesty of his trial and … Continue reading

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US Supreme Court, Florida governors: On the record as declining to give a damn.

Why Is a Florida Man Facing Life in Prison For Lending a Friend His Car and Going to Sleep? | The Nation Several years ago I read a piece in The New York Times by Adam Liptak about Ryan Holle. … Continue reading

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Two-faced proposal for two Florida Supreme Courts

When our legislators spout nonsense, our media publishes an opposing opinion or two and then stops there, only occasionally authoring forceful editorials that reveal proposed legislation as unethical. Read a bit of Thomas Jefferson if you believe that this practice … Continue reading

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When Intelligence plays dumb …

After a half-dozen respectful and unsuccessful requests for documents concerning the FBI Tampa Division’s closed investigation of former Florida Today crime reporter Jennifer Ellis-Seitz’s plunge from the Norwegian Pearl cruise ship on Christmas Day, 2008, I sent a more to-the-point … Continue reading

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