Tag Archives: Justice

Making A Murderer: Books On Wrongful Convictions!

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If you haven’t yet seen the documentary MAKING A MURDERER, you’ve probably at least heard about it, or heard other people talking about it. The Netflix ten-part documentary about Steven Avery & Brendan Dassey has a lot of people talking… and talking means thinking! Dive deeper into the story here, you’ll find that the world of wrongful convictions is much… Read more »

Innocence Project attorney and author discusses wrongful convictions.

Innocence Project attorney and author discusses wrongful convictions. Worth eight minutes of your time. Listen starting at 2:39 until 10:00.   Michael Harvey is an actual attorney who works on wrongful conviction cases who happens to also be an author of legal thriller novels.  This is a very interesting interview, especially between those times listed above.   Enjoy.  Keep yourself… Read more »

The Challenge for Citizens of the United States

The challenge before American citizens comes from words spoken over a millennia ago.  Consider the declaration made by this Anglo-Saxon maxim: “That which thy fathers bequeathed thee, earn it anew if thou would’st possess it.” Who were our fathers? To name but a few: James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry, George Washington, John Adams, Fisher Ames, and Benjamin… Read more »