Category: death penalty
May 6, 2015 by Terri Sundquist Imagine being convicted of a crime for which you are not guilty—not some minor crime, but one of the most heinous crimes imaginable: the rape and murder of a young girl. Would you feel shock and anger at the injustice? Disappointment in the legal system that could make such […]
Two sisters, May and Nina Martin, 12 and 8, disappeared from the Glen Airy District at the base of the Baldwin Hills in Los Angeles on August 23, 1924. Most houses were no more than a few years old and some streets and lots were graded but houses were yet to be built. The children […]
@ AMAZON.com The crime scenes. The P&E track from Culver City to Amoco (center) is the southern boundary of the Glen Airy District. Two sisters, May and Nina Martin, 12 and 8, disappeared from the Glen Airy District at the base of the Baldwin Hills in Los Angeles on August 23, 1924. Most houses were no […]
As we learn more and more about wrongful convictions it is easier to know what to look for. The same goes for wrongful executions and the proof does not always require DNA. There is other powerful forensic evidence. The odds are that any state with the death penalty has committed a wrongful execution and the […]
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