New Jersey Man Wrongly Arrested Due to Flawed Face Recognition Match

Posted by on Apr 18, 2021 in Featured, Other Issues |

People too often think that if “Science” is involved, it must be perfect. WRONG!  We have seen that this face recognition technology, fiber comparison and hair comparison technology, and even DNA “matches” are not foolproof.   Excerpts from the Article: Nijeer Parks, 33, had two previous convictions for selling drugs and had served six years in prison. But he turned his life around; he had a job and was saving up to...

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Virginia is using dogs to ‘terrify and attack’ prisoners, say lawsuits that describe one man as mauled in his cell

Posted by on Mar 10, 2021 in Featured, Mental Illness, Prison Abuse |

More outrageous prison abuse.  It will not end until YOU speak out! Who do you think is going to pay for this?  YOU are! Excerpts from the Article: Curtis Garrett was standing in cell 3C38 on Christmas Day, four months shy of his release date, when the dogs showed up. The inmate had retreated to his cell and closed the door after fighting with another prisoner who attacked him with a broom handle in the mess hall. When Garrett saw two members...

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Wisconsin’s Solution Prevents Mayors From Firing Cops

Posted by on Mar 5, 2021 in Featured, Other Issues, Police Brutality |

Absurd! Excerpts from the Article: How is it possible that a mayor can’t fire a bad cop in Wisconsin? No, this time it isn’t about the police union, which can’t actually stop a cop from being fired per se, but can take the case to binding arbitration where the cop can be reinstated with back pay for not being significantly worse than the cops who haven’t been fired for being as bad. This time, it’s because a very progressive idea came to...

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Executioners sanitized accounts of deaths in federal cases

Posted by on Feb 20, 2021 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse |

There are hundreds of reasons we should be thankful that the Con Man in Chief is gone. This is one of them. I have spoken against the death penalty for many years. READ Death Penalty Letter – Worth Publishing again in 2019, with some now calling for more death penalty statutes! – kra  Excerpts from the Article: Executioners who put 13 inmates to death in the last months of the Trump administration likened the process of dying by...

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Gov. Wolf wants people wrongly convicted paid $50k for every year spent in prison PENNSYLVANIA Pennsylvania is currently just one of 15 states that do not provide any financial justice to the victims of wrongful convictions

Posted by on Feb 20, 2021 in Featured, Other Issues, Police Brutality, Prison Abuse |

It’s only fair, although no amount of money can make up for years of lost freedom.   Gov. Tom Wolf unveiled his 2021-2022 budget plan last week with many talking points. Tucked away in his plan is a proposal to pay $50,000 to those wrongly convicted of a crime for each year they spent behind bars. Pennsylvania is currently just one of 15 states that do not provide any financial justice to the victims of wrongful convictions. Others...

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