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To Be Free and Exonerated- In a Fair and Just World

October 9, 2015 To Be Free and Exonerated- In a Fair and Just World Recently, the New York Magazine published a powerful piece entitled “That’s When I Knew I Was Free: Eight Exonerated Prisoners on Their First Week Outside.” As … Continue reading

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Another Year is Upon US: The Fight for Justice Must Continue

January 4th, 2015 Another Year Is Upon Us: The Fight for Justice Must Continue Well, another year has come and gone and now another birthday has arrived.  I haven’t been in the best of moods these past couple of weeks … Continue reading

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My Reflections after Reading Bryan Stevenson’s Just Mercy

December 11, 2014 Title:  My Reflections after Reading Bryan Stevenson’s Just Mercy I received my copy of Bryan Stevenson’s Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption on Oct. 23rd. I was actually scheduled to moderate a panel sponsored by … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Evelyn (Janet) Stanberry (May 7, 1942-September 8th, 2012)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEVURKsGoMI May 7th, 2014 Happy Birthday Evelyn (Janet) Stanberry (May 7, 1942-September 8th, 2012) Today is the birthday of Mrs. Evelyn (Janet) Stanberry. She would have been 72 years old.  As I wrote in a previous blog: “Rodney’s mother had … Continue reading

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Mobile Police Department Establishes Special Committee, Why Can’t Mobile District Attorney’s Office Establish a Conviction Integrity Unit?

Mobile Police Department Establishes Special Committee, Why Can’t Mobile District Attorney’s Office Establish a Conviction Integrity Unit? March 27, 2014 I read with interest AL.com’s Theresa Seiger’s article about newly appointed Mobile Police Chief James Barber’s establishment of a committee … Continue reading

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Ruthless- We Should Never have to Describe People Paid and Elected to Pursue Justice as Such, But….

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEVURKsGoMI (Note, it is Monday, February 10 as I post this blog. I originally wrote it on Nov. 30, but it is one of the many that I wrote, but did not post. As we are approaching the 80th birthday … Continue reading

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Fighting for Funding, Fighting for Justice-Establish a Conviction Integrity Unit

Fighting for Funding, Fighting for Justice: Establish a Conviction Integrity Unit in Mobile, AL I should be in the courtroom every day fighting criminals. It should not be that I’m having now to fight certain county commissioners for funding. Mobile … Continue reading

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The Holiday Blues- Injustice Doesn’t Take a Holiday

http://www.wkrg.com/video?clipId=9248894&autostart=true The Holiday Blues- Injustice Doesn’t Take a Holiday December 23, 2013 This time of year is generally tough for me, for friends and family members of those wrongfully convicted, and, of course, for the prisoner who yearns for justice … Continue reading

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Don’t Stop Believing In Justice? The Case of Rodney K. Stanberry

August 20, 2013 Don’t Stop Believing In Justice?  The Case of Rodney K. Stanberry I recently had a conversation with someone I knew while we were in a store.  We briefly got caught up on life.  She informed me that … Continue reading

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Can A Person Be Two Places at Once: The Wrongful Conviction of Rodney K. Stanberry

For more updates, please join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/freerodneykstanberry/ ______________________ Because this prosecutor let a guilty man go free, an innocent man remains in prison.   July 25, 2013   Can a Person Be Two Places at Once? The Wrongful … Continue reading

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