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ISIS in America: The Terror Trial That Shook Minnesota (Video)

In 2015, the FBI filed charges against a group of young men who, it was claimed, plotted to join ISIS. It was the largest terrorism case in the history of Minnesota, made possible by an FBI informant and an undercover agent. 55 more words

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Was Justice Done in Craigavon?

Brendan Mc Conville and John Paul Wootton were convicted by a non-jury trial and they remain in prison to this day, despite their claims and the claims of campaigners (Justice for the Craigavon Two – JFTC2) that it was a miscarriage of justice. 562 more words

The unlucky life and sad, solitary death of Carole Ann Hanson

19th October 2016 would have been the 98th birthday of the former judge Sir Leslie Boreham. As the son of a former chief constable it was perhaps inevitable that he would work in a legal capacity and in 1965 he was appointed Queen’s Counsel, where friends knew him as ‘a gentle and courteous silk of the old school’. 1,165 more words


The question marks against Linda Razzell's disappearance

On 19th March, 2002, Linda Razzell was spotted by an old friend driving through Highworth, near Swindon. Linda was driving a car that the friend didn’t recognise and she recalls thinking, “Linda has a new car, good for her”. 2,858 more words


A real bad day...Judge tells Texas state forensic examiner to stop testifying in DWI case

Texas has a mish-mash of regional crime labs which cross pollinate into counties without a dedicated facility. Some are accredited by the ASCLD. Here is its’ police and commercial lab corporation’s approved  119 more words

Conrad Jones will receive compensation for six years in prison

According to Gibbons, D. from Coventry Telegraph, Conrad Jones is set to receive compensation for a miscarriage of justice, which resulted in spending six years of his life in prison. 69 more words

"Sugar Paper Theories" and the Reykjavik Confessions

On the evening of November 19, 1974, Geirfinnur Einarsson was at home with his wife and two young children in the town of Keflavik, just over 30 miles from the Icelandic capital of Reykjavik. 2,569 more words