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Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito, Seven Years of Injustice

Written by Italian Journalist, Francesco Luna English translation completed by Injustice Anywhere Forum member, Teddy. The 2nd November 2007 was a clear bright day like today. Amanda Knox was twenty years old and was happy, while she crossed Piazza Grimana square and arrived at via della Pergola, in Perugia. She had left her new boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, sleeping in bed …

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The Nevada Supreme Court Again Hears Arguments in the Case of Kirstin Lobato

(Carson City, Nevada) – Last month attorneys for Kirstin Blaise Lobato presented oral arguments before the Nevada Supreme Court in the appeal of her 2006 conviction for the 2001 killing of a homeless man in Las Vegas. Lobato has now spent over 12 years in prison for a crime that virtually all close observers of the case believe she had …

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The Russ Faria Case: Murder Conspiracy Among Friends Or Wrongful Conviction?

This week, Injustice Anywhere Radio discussed the Russ Faria case with Mary Anderson and Michael Corbin. Mary is Faria’s cousin and family spokesperson. Michael is one of four friends of Faria that was implicated by the prosecution in this case. Russell Faria was convicted in 2013 of murdering his wife Betsy  in 2011. Faria was convicted despite the fact he had …

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Free Adam Braseel… he is Innocent!

Please read and share… support “TEAM ADAM” help bring justice to this Innocent Young Man, who is sentenced to life in prison for crimes he did not commit… Adam is a VICTIM of our highly flawed judicial system, involving prosecutorial, and police misconduct.  “There was no DNA to link Adam to either crime, he had no motive, nor did he have …

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Face of an Angel directed by Michael Winterbottom – film review

A parable for our times or a director out of his depth? On Friday night I was accompanied by son number one on a trip to visit son number two in college.  We took several bags of goodies and some birthday presents.  Then the three of us went for a pub meal. On returning to the college to deliver son …

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