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Governor Perry’s Legal Team File Motion to Dismiss

The two-count indictment against Gov. Rick Perry defies common sense and should be dismissed “immediately if not sooner” as a violation of the U.S. and Texas constitutions, Perry’s legal team told the trial judge. 435 more words

American News

Monday's Quick Clicks...

  • Exoneree Clarence Harrison makes music with his new album “Life Sentence.”
  • Pennsylvania Innocence Project client Han Tak Lee walks free in Pennsylvania on Friday after his arson conviction is thrown out by a federal judge…
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Exonerations

History of established Gun Control

(NDAA) National Defense Authorization Act. What does this mean? It means, It gives the government absolute power to indefinitely detain anyone or any Americans suspected of terrorism. 476 more words

FRAMED! online - the Anatomy of Police Persecution - or the Story of a whistleblower of Paedophilia

This blog was created in September 2013.

It contains the complete account of what happened to Brian and others after

  • the original suspension and dismissal from being a Head Teacher in Lambeth Council…
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McKenzie Friend

98-year-old woman seeks to overturn 1950 spying conviction

Hysteria often breeds wrongful convictions. The anti-communist hysteria of the 1950s McCarthy era undoubtedly led to some miscarriages of justice, and Miriam Moskowitz says her espionage conviction was one of them. 32 more words

Prosecutorial Conduct (good And Bad)

Love Parade Back In Berlin

Only now they’re calling it the Love Pot Parade. OK, the Hanfparade.

Some 6000 activists have gotten together in the Hauptstadt again to demand the legalization of cannabis. 78 more words

Germany

MICHAEL BIRD, Co-Author of "From Hillsborough to Lambeth", about Brian's sentencing

Regarding the 3-months sentencing:

Brian has been subject to signing on at his ‘local’ police station and ‘unannounced’ home visits since he was wrongfully put on the Sex Offenders Register back in Jan 2010. 669 more words

Court Hearing