Tags » Injustice System

FBI Forensic Unit Admits Flawed Testimony For Trials, Even Death Penalty Cases For Decades


Some of those flawed testimonies have put people on death row. According to Washington Post, the FBI have flawed testimonies for decades.

Reports state the out of 268 trials, 257 had flawed forensic testimony against the defendant and out of those 32 were death penalty cases, 14 of those defendants have been executed or died in prison. 96 more words

NEWS

Stand-up in support of those fighting corruption and excess sentences in Cook County Courts

Come to court and stand in gallery to show support for Dr. Linda Shelton who writes this blog and several other blogs exposing Cook County Court, Sheriff and police misconduct and crimes including… 281 more words

Cook County Jail

A Letter from the Inside (I)

We received this submission from Socialist Review reader RWK, currently a prisoner in the Otago Correctional Facility. We’re proud to print it here. Socialist Review… 980 more words

Racism

Unarmed Man Shot To Death By Cop Because He Didn't Put His Hands on Car Head Rest (VIDEO)

Montana jury found the shooting justified. 38-year old Richard Ramirez died from the shooting as the cop feared his life. Ramirez was unarmed and under the influence (methamphetamine) during the traffic stop.

VIDEOS

Sunday Reads: With a Face Like a Baboon's...

Good Sunday!

Hey, Dakinikat and Boston Boomer went local the last couple of days, so I am going to take this opportunity to do the same. 4,719 more words

Morning Reads

Jai Davis's Death: Corrections' Disgrace

What is a man’s life worth? Very little, if they are a prisoner. That must be the attitude of the Department of Corrections, as the terrible details coming out of the inquest into Jai Davis’s death at Otago prison in February 2011 make clear. 886 more words

All Posts

Prison reform on the path to prison abolition

“Those of us that identify as prison abolitionists as opposed to prison reformers, make the point that often reforms create situations where mass incarceration becomes even more entrenched and so therefore we have to think about what in the long run will produce decarceration, fewer people behind bars, and hopefully eventually in the future the possibility of imagining a landscape without prisons, where other means are used to address issues of harm.

2,049 more words
All Posts