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John Richards
World traveling writer, Tech guy, blogger, civil rights activist and defender of the wrongly convicted
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John Richards Jun 16
Shouldn't having what police call "guilty knowledge" make someone guilty? At least a suspect...? Or a impeached witness?
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Mark Alexander Jun 15
After over 3000 days of injustice, we are launching , releasing key legal documentation and evidence to the publc.
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John Richards Jun 16
Why is there a double standard for police and prosecutors when they commit misconduct or crimes? Why is every loss of evidence or lie by them considered "good faith" by the courts? This is why the continue.
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John Richards Jun 16
Replying to @hoddinottm
Heartbreak
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Baize&Graham Jun 16
Prosecutor misconduct? Death row inmate wants his freedom | The Fresno Bee
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Mike Wiseman Jun 16
Bitter EX-GIRLFRIEND, FALSELY accuses EX- BOYFRIEND (a high flying £100k bank worker) of RAPE, assault, actual bodily harm, coercive control & threats to kill. 'I was treated like a violent criminal who had already been convicted' he said.
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🙏👮🏻‍♂️💙 ⚖️ 🇺🇸🗽              Justice For All Jun 16
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Adriana May 23
No matter how good or bad you think life is, wake up each day and be thankful for life. Someone somewhere else is fighting to survive.
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Exoneration Registry Jun 14
2,236th Exon: In 1992, Johnny Tallbear (pictured with his lawyer, Karen Thompson) was convicted of murder in Oklahoma City. He was exonerated with the help of by DNA tests which showed that the witness who identified him was mistaken.
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John Richards Jun 9
check the updates of interest with new evidence in eleventh circuit
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Bill Rankin Jun 8
Georgia juries are left in the dark when it comes to punishment
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John Richards Jun 9
Arizona v Youngblood
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John Richards Jun 9
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John Richards Jun 9
Hit the road Jack!
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Justin Brooks Jun 6
On behalf of all of the clients of wrongful conviction cases you obstructed from review, and all of the exonerees you blocked from being compensated, Goodbye Mr. Ramos.
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John Richards Jun 9
Injustice
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WhenInDoubtTellTheTruth Jun 7
And if you don’t have the silver bullet that will clear your name? Then (to use the complainant‘s words) : “you will be well and truly F * * * * D” Bring back the requirement for supporting evidence & stop prosecuting unsubstantiated allegations
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John Richards Jun 4
Posts from Free Scott Davis Organization for 06/04/2018 -
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John Richards May 29
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