Category Archive: Germany

Mar 27

Germany’s Cabinet Approves Pardons For More Than 50,000 Men Convicted Of Homosexual Crimes

Cartoon about Frankfurt trials in 1950 and 1951 ( Die Freundschaft (Friendship), 1951, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum #170)

Germany’s cabinet has approved a bill that will pardon all men convicted after 1948 of a consensual homosexual crime. Men who are still alive will be granted compensation. Paragraph 175 of the German Criminal Code criminalized homosexual acts between males. The law was enacted in 1871, and it wasn’t repealed until March 10, 1994. The …

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Dec 01

Innocents Database Now Sortable And Searchable!!

The <a href=”http://forejustice.org/innocentsdatabase.htm”>Innocents Database</a> linked to from Justice Denied’s website is not only the world’s largest database of exonerated persons, but it is the only database in the world that attempts to compile all known exonerations in the United States, as well as internationally. The Innocents Database currently includes 5,943 cases — 3,604 from the …

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Jan 20

More Than 200 U.S. Exonerations, And Millions Of Visitors To Justice Denied In 2014

In 2014 there were at least 206 exonerations in the United States, and 213 in 32 other countries, for a total of 419.* Those are the most yet recorded for any year in the Innocents Database, that records all known exonerations in the world. The previous highest total were 171 exonerations in 2006 in the …

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Jan 05

Justice Denied Begins Its 17th Year

Justice Denied Issue 58 cover

Justice Denied begins its 17th year with Issue 58 (Winter 2015) that has been published online. When Justice Denied’s first issue was published in February 1999 it was a ‘voice in the wilderness’ alerting the world to the widespread problem of the unreliability of the legal system in the U.S. and other countries to distinguish …

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May 07

Justice Denied’s Website Visited By Cities Around The World

Justice Denied’s Website Visited By Cities Around The World

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May 03

Woman Exonerated Of Murdering Her Father Must Reimburse The State For Money Paid To Experts

Monika de Montgazon on April 11, 2012 in Berlin

Monika de Montgazon has been ordered to repay more than $42,000 that the German government paid to experts who provided new evidence that exonerated her of murdering her 76-year-old father. In 2003 Montgazon was a 47-year-old nurse caring for her 76-year-old invalid father in the duplex they shared in Buckow, Germany with her partner. Buckow …

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Aug 02

Every Man Dies Alone by Hans Fallada

Every Man Dies Alone by Hans Fallada

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Jun 28

Judge Valorie Vega Is A Modern Day Judge Roland Freisler

Judge Valorie Vega Is A Modern Day Judge Roland Freisler

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May 16

John Demjanjuk Convicted Of “Accessory To Murder” Based On Novel Legal Theory And A Key Document The FBI Believes Was Fabricated

John Demjanjuk Convicted Of “Accessory To Murder” Based On Novel Legal Theory And A Key Document The FBI Believes Was Fabricated

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