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Conciliatory Jurisprudence…

In the near future I will be bringing to light and elaborating on many of the major aspects of the motion (appeal) that was filed in the Wisconsin Monfils case on October 31st, 2014. 689 more words

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Walking Without ‘Treppa-dation’

This week I am posting an article that resulted from a joint effort between myself and author Denis Gullickson. (He came up with the clever title.) It was published on December 1, 2014 in a Wisconsin circular called… 3,220 more words

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Wait a Cotton Pickin’ Minute! Pt 1

On the evening of Thursday, November 6th, 2014, my husband Mike and I attended the Benefit for Innocence Gala in Downtown Minneapolis. This is the largest fundraiser of the year for the Minnesota Innocence Project and we were excited to be going for the third year in a row! 721 more words

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Unremorseful Admonishments…

When was the last time your worst fears were realized? For six men from Green Bay, WI it was the dreary, rainy day of Saturday, October 28th, 1995. 704 more words

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Poetic (In)justice…

My claim to fame will never be poetry but this poem came to me in the wee hours one morning as our “Walk for Truth and Justice” event neared. 781 more words

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The Press-ure to Release Five Innocent Men...

This press release was sent out to all of the local Green Bay, WI media outlets on Sat, Oct. 18th:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Fifth Annual Walk for Truth and Justice Set for Saturday, October 25… 476 more words

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First Steps in the Right Direction…

In my son Jared Manninen’s book “MEGA ‘99, Adventures of An Appalachian Trail Thru-Hiker”, he cites a fortune cookie quote that I absolutely love. It states, “If you are heading in the right direction, it is not necessary to know where you are going”. 732 more words

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