Justice Denied is dedicated to my daughter and to all the
innocent people in prison she represents.
Editorial: Changes keep coming.
Our daughter was finally freed after her primary conviction was
overturned in 1999, after more than seven years of fighting for her freedom.
Take heart, and fight for your freedom or that of a loved one. It takes very
hard work, but there is no alternative. We rejoice for the freed, but still
mourn for those who are yet to see freedom. Let us unite and free them.
Greetings, Justice: Denied Readers:
Further changes have taken place. Nancy Sanders, who has been with JD almost
since the beginning, will be quitting with this new issue. Nancy has made
many changes in her life, and the outgrowth of that is that she will be
moving to a new area, as well as changing many other things in her life.
Nancy will be sorely missed by the entire JD Team. She is now training her
successor, Melissa Rivera, who will be taking on the tremendous task of
subscriptions and donations.
Of course, we are always in need of new people, as some of our people become
too inundated with work. We could certainly use more people on the JD
Prisoner Mail Team, as well as more editors who have some solid understanding
of the English language.
We have another need, and that is for someone to fund an AOL subscription for
a key person, Pamela Eller, who coordinates our stories for release, and who
also handles a great many states, as well as doing edits now and then. Pam is
an extremely valuable member of the JD Team, and if anyone could see his or
her way clear to funding a subscription for her, it would be a great help.
The fact is more money in general would be wonderful. Whatever you can find in your heart to help us would be greatly appreciated.
For the Justice: Denied Team,
Clara A. Thomas Boggs