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Bruce Fischer

Bruce Fischer is an author and advocate, who became involved with the Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito case in December 2009. He is the founder of Injustice in Perugia, a grassroots organization that worked to correct the injustice committed against Knox and Sollecito in Perugia, Italy. Bruce is the author of “Injustice in Perugia: a book detailing the wrongful conviction of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito” and a follow-up book titled “Finding Justice in Perugia.” Bruce’s work on the Knox/Sollecito case opened his eyes to other wrongful convictions. He realized the problem is far more pervasive than most people realize, and most cases don’t get the attention they warrant. This new-found knowledge led Bruce to expand his efforts, working to develop Injustice Anywhere LLC., an organization working to correct wrongful convictions. Injustice Anywhere operates a network of websites all working to bring more attention to wrongful convictions. Bruce is also a co-host of the Snow Files Podcast. The podcast discusses the wrongful conviction of Jamie Snow and how they got away with it. Bruce has a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Columbia College of Missouri.

Kirstin Lobato Case Featured On FOX5 News Las Vegas

The Kirstin Lobato case was featured on FOX5 News yesterday in Las Vegas, Nevada. Lobato was convicted in October 2006 of voluntary manslaughter and sexual penetration of a corpse. There is absolutely no evidence implicating Lobato to the crime and she has a rock solid alibi. Evidence now shows that a failed investigation led to a wrongful conviction. FOX5’s investigative report gives a good overview …

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Injustice Anywhere Newsletter Asks Readers To Join Them In Their Fight For The Innocent

I am pleased to announce that the 2016 Injustice Anywhere Winter Newsletter is now available for online viewing and download. Injustice Anywhere (an organization I help operate) actively works to  bring more attention to wrongful convictions. We were highly encouraged by the increased number of exonerations seen in 2015, and we are hopeful the trend will continue its upward swing. …

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David Thorne Seeks DNA Testing To Prove His Innocence

David Thorne was convicted on January 25, 2000, and sentenced to life without parole in Ohio, for allegedly hiring an acquaintance to kill his son’s mother Yvonne Layne in 1999. Thorne has proclaimed his innocence from the beginning, and evidence has come forward since his trial ended showing that egregious misconduct took place during the investigation and prosecution of his …

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Injustice Anywhere Endorses The Brendan Dassey Case

Injustice Anywhere, an all-volunteer organization working to bring more attention to wrongful convictions, has added the Brendan Dassey case to their list of Endorsed Cases. Brendan Dassey was convicted in Wisconsin on March 17, 2007, of first-degree intentional homicide, mutilation of a corpse, and first-degree sexual assault. Dassey was sentenced to life in prison, with a chance for early release in 2048. The …

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Wrongful Conviction Community Mourns The Loss Of Joseph W Bishop

The wrongful conviction community has been left in shock by the news of Joseph W Bishop’s passing. Joe was a staunch advocate for the wrongfully convicted. He worked tirelessly to bring people together to help spread the word about causes he cared deeply about. He traveled the world to attend court hearings, conferences, congressional hearings, and various fundraisers, all in …

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Judges For Justice Releases Video Detailing Christopher Tapp False Confession

Christopher Tapp was convicted in 1998 of raping and killing 18-year-old Idaho Falls resident, Angie Dodge, in 1996. The only evidence in the case was a confession by Tapp which is arguably false. Tapp’s confession has all the signs of an unreliable coerced confession. Many people, including the victim’s mother believe Tapp is innocent of the crime. Judges for Justice advocates for Tapp and has …

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