The children lived where the red line is drawn. There were houses on the north side of the street until the 50s and 60s. Note the plunge upper right and the tennis courts at bottom. Veteran’s Memorial Building (built in 1934) is far left at the corner of Warren Lane and Centinela Ave. Florence used […]
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Not sure what this is but it is hopefully better than sinking.
Is from the Baldwin Hills looking east at downtown Los Angeles in the background. There was some temptation to sharpen the image in the distance but it seemed a good metaphor to have things clearer the closer they are and fuzzy in the distance. The shadowy crime scene terrain is meant to depict the darkness […]
Convicting the innocent is nothing new. In 1932, Edwin M. Borchard wrote Convicting the Innocent: Sixty-Five Actual Errors of Criminal Justice. Borchard was not a defense attorney and in the introduction he reveals he was not particularly interested in criminal law, but as a law professor at Yale University, he could not ignore injustice. He […]