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The 2020 Injustice Anywhere Spring Newsletter Is Now Online

We are currently facing a worldwide pandemic due to the COVID-19 virus outbreak. We need to listen to our experts and follow the recommended social distancing guidelines. We have that freedom. Those who are incarcerated do not. Elderly inmates and those with pre-existing conditions are in grave danger. Please contact your local politicians and voice your concerns. We are all …

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Advocates launch new letter writing campaign for Jeff Havard

Advocate Lori Howard, along with the support of Injustice Anywhere, has launched a new letter writing campaign in support of Jeff Havard. The campaign is asking Jeff’s supporters to take a moment to send a letter or email to Mississippi Governor, Phil Bryant, to ask that he review the Jeffrey “Jeff” Havard case. Facebook Event: Letter writing campaign for Jeff …

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Truth & Justice with Bob Ruff: “The Murder of Bill Little”

The Jamie Snow case is currently being featured on the Truth & Justice podcast with Bob Ruff. Jamie’s case kicked off season seven of the podcast on Sunday, July 14. The Truth & Justice podcast performs independent, in-depth investigations of wrongful conviction cases, with the unique feature of using crowd sourcing, which utilizes their 100k plus followers to elicit expertise …

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Patrick Pursley acquitted in Rockford murder retrial

rrstar.com ROCKFORD — Patrick Pursley, who spent 23 years in prison for the murder of Andy Ascher, was acquitted of the charges on Wednesday after a retrial. Some courtroom spectators burst into applause as Judge Joe McGraw announced his decision, citing concerns about ballistics evidence used during Pursley’s first murder trial. McGraw said prosecutors had “not met their burden” in …

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‘They framed her’: 10 years after Melissa Calusinski was accused of Lincolnshire day care killing, effort to clear her name persists

Chicago Tribune When Melissa Calusinski found Benjamin Kingan unresponsive in his bouncy chair at a suburban day care center on Jan. 14, 2009, his death later that day was a mystery. It wasn’t yet clear that it would also become — in the eyes of the law — a murder. It also wasn’t clear that the case would attract national …

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Changed opinions, new sentence: Ex-death row inmate in Mississippi gets life in baby death

clarionledger.com JACKSON, Miss. — A judge ruled Monday that a Mississippi man should spend the rest of his life in prison after the state Supreme Court ordered a review of evidence that he shook an infant to death. Adams County Circuit Judge Forrest Johnson resentenced Jeffrey Havard to life in prison without parole. The move came after Johnson overturned Havard’s …

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