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October 24, 2014: Allegations of inappropriate affair in Russ Faria murder case
Explosive allegations surfaced this week alleging that Lincoln County, Missouri, prosecutor, Leah Askey, was having an affair with one of the lead detectives in the Russ Faria murder case during the time of Faria’s arrest, trial, and conviction. Continue reading →
September 29, 2014: Infamy At Work: The Attack On Funding
More than a year ago, before the Florence appeal trial concerning the murder of Meredith Kercher, Raffaele Sollecito, defendant in that trial together with Amanda Knox, set up an account on the crowdfunding site GoFundMe to collect money to pay for his defense expenses during the oncoming trial and beyond. He has in this way received the contributions of his … Continue reading →
August 20, 2014: The David Thorne Case: Did Police Frame An Innocent Man?
This week, Injustice Anywhere Radio discussed the David Thorne Case with advocates Sue Gless Thorne and Lynne Blanchard. Continue reading →
August 14, 2014: The Rodney Lincoln Case: Does New DNA Evidence Prove His Innocence?
This week, Injustice Anywhere Radio discussed the Rodney Lincoln case with Rodney’s daughter Kay Lincoln. Rodney Lincoln is currently serving two life sentences for the murder of JoAnn Tate and the assault of Tate’s two young daughters in April of 1982 in St. Louis, Missouri. Continue reading →
June 20, 2014: Veritas. Valet. Vitae. – Truth is Worth One’s Life
A couple of year’s ago, Jamie read Paul Ciolino’s book, In the Company of Giants. Before the book even got started, Jamie was stopped in his tracks by this phrase: VERTITAS VALET VITAE (The Truth is Worth One’s Life) Continue reading →
June 16, 2014: DNA laboratory fraud revealed in Amanda Knox case
New information in the Meredith Kercher Murder case has now emerged alleging that Patrizia Stefanoni, the lab technician responsible for DNA testing on behalf of the prosecution, committed scientific misconduct by suppressing data from faulty equipment and falsifying evidence in order to support the prosecution’s case. Continue reading →