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Monthly Archives: October, 2015

5 Reasons Italy should have kept Amanda Knox in prison

1.She blamed a black man, Patrick Lumumba, for the murder. While Knox was convicted of this, she has still not paid the court ordered fees to him.
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Bali suitcase killer, Heather Mack’s uncle in court to stop her from getting trust fund

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It is being reported on October 14, 2015 that the Bali suitcase killer Heather Mack’s uncle went to court to prevent Mack from receiving her trust fund money.  “William Wiese, the uncle of Heather Mack, plans to file a petition in an Illinois court to ensure his niece and her boyfriend, Tommy Schaefer, do not get a penny from his sister’s $1.56 million trust fund.”

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Pulitzer Prize winning writer William B. Crawford discusses his book: ‘JUSTICE PERVERTED’

WilliamCrawfordWilliam B. Crawford is a former reporter, writer and legal affairs columnist for the Chicago Tribune.   During a 23-year-career at the newspaper, he was the recipient of a Pulitzer Prize as well as many other major awards for his work.
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Julie Mott’s family plead with body snatcher

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It is being reported on October 16, 2015 that Julie Mott’s family is pleading with person who kidnapped their daughter.  Julie’s body was abducted from a funeral home in Texas two months ago and has still not been found.

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Oscar Pistorius gets surprise release into house arrest

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It is being reported on October 20, 2015 that Oscar Pistorius is scheduled to be released from prison next Tuesday. He will begin house arrest on October 20, 2015. A South African parole board decided to release Pistorius one year into his five year sentence for murdering Reeva Steenkamp.

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Full Story: Peter, Paul, and Amanda Knox – Manipulating the Murder of Meredith Kercher

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House arrest denied to Oscar Pistorius

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It is being reported on October 6, 2015 that the South African courts have denied Oscar Pistorius’s petition to move out of prison and into house arrest for the remainder of his sentence.

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Innocence groups and the unjust exonerations of Amanda Knox and Anthony Porter

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A new documentary released this year A Murder in the Park, concerns the unjust exoneration of murderer, Anthony Porter.  This film reveals the underbelly of the Innocence movement.  This documentary covers the unsavory actions of a Chicago Innocence group headed by a Northwestern university professor, David Protess, and how they caused a convicted murderer to walk free while coercing another man take the fall and go to prison.

Anthony Porter was on death row for shooting two people to death in 1982.   Fifteen years later, Protess’s Innocence project, with the help of private investigator, Paul Ciolino, coerced a false confession from an innocent man and influenced the star witness to recant his testimony which resulted in the release of Porter and an innocent man, Alstroy Simon, taking the blame.  Because of this case, the death penalty was abolished in Illinois.

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Rutgers professor convicted of forbidden love

It is being reported on October 2, 2015 that a Rutgers philosophy professor, Anna Stubblefield, was convicted of two counts of aggravated sexual assault in a New Jersey courtroom today.  She was found guilty of having sexual relations with a 34-year-old disabled man.

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