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Court Temporarily Blocks Release Of 'Angola 3' Inmate
When Prosecutors Deny Justice for the Innocent
Served 16 and a half years of a life-without-parole sentence a...
While some prosecutors do their job honestly and stand for justice, there are others who are responsible for intentionally wrongfully convicting innocent people. And as if that weren't enough, they do whatever is necessary to maintain these false convictions.
Visiting Prisoners, Finding Jesus
Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon
Author, "Forgive Us: Confessions of a Compromised Faith," 'Jus...
You don't have to look far to learn that one's likelihood of being a prisoner at one point in your life is highly correlated to your race, your gender, and your socio-economic status.
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