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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Justice’

Cornealious Anderson Walks Away Free

The past few weeks have probably been pretty tough on Cornealious Anderson. Life as he knows it was hanging in the balance. But, in the end, the whole thing went his way. Cornealious Anderson got himself into trouble back in 2000 and was convicted of armed robbery. He was sentenced to 13 years prison in Missouri. But Anderson appealed his …

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Stacey Rambold: Why Is He Going to Jail Again?

Earlier, we told you about the incredible 2008 sentence of Stacey Rambold, a teacher in Monatana who was found guilty of raping a 14-year-old student. The judge in that case, Yellowstone County District Court Judge G. Todd Baugh, had said that he felt the victim “seemed older than her chronological age” and was “as much in control of the situation” …

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Innocent Woman Freed from Prison After 32 Years

CBS News reports that Mary Virginia Jones, imprisoned for 32 years for murder, has been freed at the age of 74. Jones has maintained for the entirety of her sentence that she is innocent. And finally, a judge agrees. Jones had been convicted of first-degree murder, kidnapping and robbery. Prosecutors had alleged that she had accompanied her boyfriend in 1981 …

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Trayvon Martin Repeat? Black Veteran Shot And Killed in NM

There may not be a huge similarity in this shooting death of a back Iraq War Veteran, to Trayvon Martin, but an investigation is underway after a complaint was made by a civil rights group claiming it was all too familiar. It happened in New Mexico in March 2013, involving the death of Jonathan Mitchell, 24, who was shot and …

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Amanda Knox: Innocence Doubted by Raffaele Sollecito

Fingers continue to be pointed in all directions and details continue to emerge in the aftermath of the ruling for the Amanda Knox retrial. Knox’s former boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, was recently quoted as doubting his ex-girlfriend’s innocence in the Meredith Kercher murder case. Sollecito shared, “I don’t want to be punished for, nor have to continue to justify, those things …

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Student Suspended After Disarming Gunman on School Bus

Despite being hailed as a hero by some, a student who wrestled a gun away from another teen on a school bus has now been suspended from school. According to a report from the Fort Myers, Florida Fox affiliate, the incident occurred last week, when the student wrestled a loaded .22 caliber revolver from a fellow 15-year-old student’s hands after …

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Cyber Cafe Users Gang Up on Thief

Feeling less than empowered this Hump Day, maybe even a little picked on? Here’s a video that’ll restore your faith in humanity–or, well, at least your faith in a gang of nerdier types to put the hurt on a thief: Revenge Of The Nerds – Watch More Funny Videos This video does leave a bunch of questions unanswered, though. It …

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