Category Archive: Perjury

Jul 13

90% of Campus Rape Accusations Are Bogus Says Top US Dept Of Education Official

Candice E. Jackson (twitter.com-cejacksonlaw)

Ninety percent (90%) of rape accusations on college campuses in the U.S. are false, according to Candice E. Jackson, who heads the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights. Jackson is particularly qualified to speak out about rape accusations: she was the victim of a sexual assault, and she represented sexual assault victims as …

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Feb 17

Roger Lee Largent Cleared of Rape Conviction Four Days After His Death

Roger Lee Largent (Washington County, Maryland Sheriff’s Office)

On November 15, 2017 the Maryland Court of Special Appeals reversed the rape conviction of Roger Lee Largent. Four days earlier the 69-year-old Largent was beaten to death in his cell at the Western Correctional Institution in Cumberland, Pennsylvania. In the summer of 2015 Roger Largent was 67 and living in Clear Spring, Maryland. His …

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Apr 26

Barry Bonds Acquitted By Federal Appeals Court After 12 Year Legal Ordeal

Barry Lamar Bonds was acquitted of his 2011 obstruction of justice conviction by the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on April 22, 2015. The appeals court ruled the prosecution introduced insufficient evidence during Bonds’ 2011 trial that he obstructed justice by his testimony to a federal grand jury in 2003. During his twelve year …

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Apr 14

Zachary R. Handley Exonerated Of Arson Based On New Evidence The Prosecution’s Star Witness Is A Serial Arsonist And He Falsely Confessed

Northampton County Judge Anthony S. Beltrami (Bill Adams, Express-Times)

Northampton County Judge Anthony S. Beltrami has vacated Zachary R. Handley’s 2008 convictions related to two arson fires in Stockertown, Pennsylvania. Judge Beltrami’s ruling was based on new evidence the prosecution’s star witness is a serial arsonist who likely committed the crimes, and that Handley falsely confessed. Handley’s exoneration is directly attributable to the post-conviction …

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Mar 17

53,000 Copies Of “Kirstin Blaise Lobato’s Unreasonable Conviction” Downloaded From Justice Denied’s Website

More than 53,000 copies of the book Kirstin Blaise Lobato’s Unreasonable Conviction — Possibility of Guilt Replaces Proof Beyond A Reasonable Doubt have been downloaded at no charge from Justice Denied’s website.*   The book details how Kirstin Lobato has twice been convicted of a July 8, 2001 Las Vegas homicide when the prosecution doesn’t …

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Dec 06

Indiana Ct. of Appeals Overturns Burglary Conviction That Was Based On Perjured Testimony

Nicole Greenlee (St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Dept.)

The Indiana Court of Appeals has overturned the conviction of Antonio Smith for a burglary the prosecution knew was committed by the witness who testified against Smith. On December 19, 2012, A Dollar General store in Mishawaka, Indiana was burglarized by a person wearing a mask, two hooded sweatshirts, and gloves. Approximately $3,500 in cash …

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Dec 21

Gyronne Buckley Awarded $460,000 For 11-1/2 Years Imprisonment For Drug Frame-Up

Gyronne Buckley (KTHV-TV, Little Rock, AR)

Gyronne Buckley has been awarded $460,000 by the Arkansas State Claims Commission for 11-1/2 years of imprisonment for a drug conviction that was the result of a frame-up by Arkansas’ South Central Drug Task Force. Buckley was convicted on May 27, 1999 in Clark County, Arkansas of two counts of delivery of a controlled substance …

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Dec 07

Sara Ylen Convicted Of Filing False Rape Report And Tampering With Evidence

Sara Ylen led from the courtroom in handcuffs after her conviction on December 5, 2013 (AP)

Sara R. Ylen’s years of lying about numerous non-existent sexual assaults in two states resulted in her conviction on December 5, 2013 in Port Huron, Michigan of filing a false rape report in 2012 and tampering with evidence. Ylen gained national notoriety in September 2012 when evidence of her history of making repeated unsubstantiated sexual …

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May 30

William Coleman Is In 6th Year Of Hunger Strike Protesting His Innocence Of Rape Conviction

William "Bill" Coleman (www.billcolemaninnocentmanwrongfullyconvicted.webs.com)

William “Bill” Coleman began a hunger strike in September 2007 to protest his innocence after the Connecticut Court of Appeals affirmed his 2005 convictions for sexual assaulting his estranged wife and related charges. Coleman’s hunger strike is believed to be the longest in U.S. history by a prisoner. Coleman and his wife entered the United …

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Feb 28

Justice Denied Issue 53 Now Online

Justice Denied Issue 53 is now online. Issue 53 includes the following articles: Tyrone Noling Is On Ohio’s Death Row For Murders Committed By A Serial Killer Juan Rivera Released From 19 Year “Nightmare Of Wrongful Incarceration” Justice Denied’s Website Visited By Cities Around The World Malenne Joseph Files Lawsuit For Mistaken Identity Wrongful Conviction …

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