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Letter Mailing Party for Commutation Campaign Launch

Help the Campaign to Restore Meaningful Commutation tell our Legislatures that we need Parole Reform in Pa Now!

Join us for a Letter Mailing Party.  Learn about the Campaign.  158 more words

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People, we need some combined unified help for Greg Curry and his brothers (for instance Derek Cannon) who are still serving (life) sentences following the 1993 Lucasville prison disturbance, even though he and the others had nothing to do with it but were mentioned by informants who wanted an easier way out, helped by prosecutors who did not care about the truth. 65 more words

Greg Curry

Lost for Life (2013) - Another Look

On 7 August 2014 I posted a review of the documentary, Lost for Life. It was a movie that I’d discovered by accident, but it looked interesting, and the subject matter – a look at five teen killers and whether they should be forgiven for their homicidal actions – was certainly compelling. 936 more words


University City man gets three life sentences for murders of ex-girlfriend, unborn baby

CLAYTON, MO (KTVI)-The man convicted of killing a Jennings woman and her unborn baby will spend the rest of his life in prison. A judge sentenced Terrance Duff, of University City, to three life sentences Friday plus 15 years. 61 more words


Life in prison for Andover man convicted of burning roommate to death

The Andover, Minnesota, man found guilty of setting his roommate on fire last year will never see the outside of a prison again.

Adam John Lilienthal was sentenced to life in prison on Friday, after having been convicted on four counts of first-degree murder in the death of the man who was renting a room from him, … 172 more words


Life Sentences

Life Sentences
Laura Lippman

This was certainly one of those unexpected jewels. I read the book jacket and expected something completely different from what I got. 80 more words

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“When you live in a library you are constantly being solicited by good-looking texts to leave your present love for their different, more novel, pleasures.”

~ William Gass, Life Sentences

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