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The Florida Commission on Offender Review conducts at least 36 “hearings” a year, and claims they’re saving #LoveFL taxpayers’ money. Wow. And ow.

Overview – Organization – Florida Commission on Offender Review Commissioners preside over approximately 36 hearings annually at the Central Office in Tallahassee and, various other locations throughout the state as required by statute. During these public proceedings, the Commissioners make … Continue reading

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Knowingly innocent inmate Gary Bennett beaten by same man again, with @FL_corrections apparent approval

  Update 4/4/17: Gary Bennett is once again having his epilepsy medication withheld by the Florida Department of Corrections. If he dies from a seizure while his medication is withheld (or while his system readjusts to medication), his death won’t … Continue reading

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Cases before Moxley while he steered Ashton in Bennett’s persecution

Judge John Dean Moxley was one of Gary Bennett’s original prosecutors. These are the cases he ignored while communicating with then-prosecutor Jeff Ashton, in writing, to keep Gary’s frame-up intact. Gary’s case shouldn’t have been transferred to Ashton’s circuit, as … Continue reading

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.@FLGovScott (and stenographers) are fixing to murder innocent Tommy Zeigler.

Gov. Scott stands strong on death penalty | HeraldTribune.com “Death sentences are what results in executions,” Dieter said. via Gov. Scott stands strong on death penalty | HeraldTribune.com. ——————————————————— Rarely do “reporters” make their he said/she said stenography so absurdly … Continue reading

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Roanoke Times: not a newspaper.

Flashback: Tracking NRV history – Roanoke Times: The Burgs 1989 (25 years ago) -“Stephen Epperly says he was framed for the 1980 murder of a Radford University student whose body was never found and wants a chance to testify in … Continue reading

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Sometimes, I just can’t wait until I can write right. Sorry.

Although writing to public servants about wrongful convictions has been on my gotta do/don’t wanna do list for over ten years, practice hasn’t made the process perfect. Not even close. Today’s effort was particularly clumsy, likely because I’m up against … Continue reading

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FL Bar Association ignores prosecutorial misconduct to zoom in on sports. Yes, sports.

NCAA contacted over Florida Bar Association probe of Shapiro lawyer – CBSSports.com The NCAA has been contacted as part of a Florida Bar grievance committee investigation of South Florida attorney Maria Elena Perez, a source told CBSSports.com. via NCAA contacted … Continue reading

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