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Low Law Copy Number It’s a very simple case for prosecutor Horsehair. Can you convict someone with no proof? Sure! You just have to sum up all circumstantial evidence. But is there circumstantial evidence? Sure, plenty of it! Horsehair has indeed a time machine and brings us back to when people were still asking if Curatolo may be true, if …

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Advocate Tammy Alexander & Attorney Jen Fitzgerald Discuss the Jamie Snow Case With Injustice Anywhere Radio

Advocate Tammy Alexander, Attorney Jen Fitzgerald, and Bill Clutter, the founder of Investigating Innocence, discussed the Jamie Snow case this week with Bruce Fischer on the Injustice Anywhere Radio program. Jamie Snow was wrongfully convicted in 2001 for the 1991 murder of William Little, a gas station attendant in Bloomington, Illinois. Jamie is currently serving a life sentence without the …

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Injustice Anywhere Publishes First Newsletter & Looks Ahead to a Bright Future

This week, the Injustice Anywhere Radio Program  highlighted the organization’s  seven  featured cases, giving an up to date review of each case. The show also discussed the progress that Injustice Anywhere has made, while detailing their outlook for the future. The show’s host, Bruce Fischer, went on to discuss the recent acquittal of David Camm, with Lynne Blanchard and Joseph Bishop. …

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As the Main and Only Piece of Evidence Against Him and Amanda Knox Collapses in Court By Frank Sfarzo Florence, November 6 2013 “Act of Courage: Raffaele Sollecito today in courtroom” It was interesting studying this case and, within the case, the DNA issue, but that was in 2008. In 2009 it became already boring, let alone in 2010, 11 …

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Why is perjury and withholding evidence acceptable in an effort to falsely convict Amanda Knox and her boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito?

TOPIC: Perjury and withholding evidence, in regard to the so-called Bloody Footprints in the hallway, Filomena’s room, and Amanda’s room, said to belong to Amanda and Raffaele, maliciously used to convict the two. …The following are my opinions, based on what I have learned about this case during the past four years, along with a paragraph I have quoted from …

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Experts Brief Congress on the Ongoing Case of Amanda Knox

(Washington, D.C.) – This past Thursday, October 31, 2013, a panel of experts gave a briefing before the US Congress about the case of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito. Knox, an American citizen, and Sollecito, had been charged in 2007 with the murder of Knox’s British flatmate, Meredith Kercher, in Perugia, Italy. The case made headlines around the world with …

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