Nicole "Nyki" Kish has been wrongfully convicted in the murder of Ross Hammond in Ontario, Canada. Nyki has served 3.5 years of in house arrest and slightly under 3 of prison time in a maximum security facility. Read all about this horrendous and tragic miscarriage of justice that MUST come to an end -- soon!
Ryan Ferguson was finally freed 10 years into a corrupt conviction. This emotional article outlines his decade-long struggle, and highlights his wonderful day of reckoning and victory for due process. Here, Ryan holds up a note from attorney Kathleen Zellner, after an uncertain day not knowing if he'd be released, stating, "it's over".
Law enforcement authorities discovered Amanda Knox’s DNA, instead of the victim Meredith Kercher’s DNA, on the claimed murder weapon, a butcher knife.
Have we won the war? As HLN's ratings continue to sink and their phony sensationalism continues to be mocked, -- which may involve dumping Nancy Grace!
Serial killer and supremacist John Paul Franklin has been executed in Missouri, just hours after his stay of execution was lifted. Occupy is against all premeditated state-sponsored murder. Watch this pop-up video of an interview with Franklin in his final week:
SHOCKING: Michael Skakel conviction set aside! Skakel, a member of the Kennedy clan, was convicted in 2002 of the cold-case murder of Martha Moxley, who was beaten to death in 1975. In a lengthy opinion Wednesday, Judge Thomas Bishop criticized defense attorney Michael Sherman, who represented Skakel in the high-profile murder trial. (PDF)!
Confessed DUI driver Matthew Cordle sentenced to 6 1/2 years in prison; eligible for parole in February of 2020.
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OCCUPY EXCLUSIVE: Interview with legendary cowboy bounty hunter Leonard Padilla -- UNCENSORED! View the interview in its entirety!
Looking for a nonprofit organization that provides prosecutors and judges with transparency, accountability, and oversight? Looking for an aggressive, ambitious organization that advocates for change in America's criminal justice system in favor of due process? Check out the National Center For Due Process!