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Wrongful Conviction Of Peter Wlasiuk, NYS Chenango County, Prosecutorial Misconduct Is Rife

How Patty Wlasiuk died. Authored by: Tim Richards—Private Eye, United Kingdom The death of Patty Wlasiuk over a decade ago should be a relatively simple story of a tragic accident but it has become more than that as it became the story of a miscarriage of justice which does not reflect well on the American criminal justice system. Peter Wlasiuk …

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Amanda Knox’s Alibi Is Not Challenged By New CCTV Footage from Italian TV Investigative Show Quarto Grado: CCTV Woman Is Obese

Amanda Knox can be definitively excluded as being in the CCTV footage recently released by the Italian investigative TV show Quarto Grado, for the simple reason that the unidentified woman (above) displays a unique body type that is unquestionably incompatible with Amanda Knox: she is obese. Quite possibly, morbidly obese. (See the Quarto Grado program clip this article is based …

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November 1, 2007, Perugia, 9:03pm.  CCTV Telecamera #7, located in a garage across the street from Via Della Pergola 7, captures the image of a woman walking into the garage, seven years later that image has resurfaced and some are speculating if it might be Amanda Knox, the roommate of slain exchange student Meredith Kercher of Britain.  The same camera also …

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A nonsensical pile from Nencini (viz a Nonsencini)

David C Anderson Let me start with a truism. At two extremes of humanity lie good people and bad people. There are also mixtures of both, and stupid people who just believe what they read in the papers. The same goes for institutions, and professions. But even within a good institution or profession or organisation some bad people will always …

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Why Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito must be guilty

Judge Alessandro Nencini has now released the motivation report explaining the reasoning behind his court’s reconviction of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the murder of Croydon student Meredith Kercher.  As expected, the report draws heavily on previous motivation reports relating to the conviction of Rudy Guede, a man who was tried separately from Knox and Sollecito who were not …

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