Category: Southeast Asia

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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Nov 15

Man Freed After 10 Years Imprisonment When Wife Tracks Down Actual Killer

Ly Nguyen Chung in detention after his arrest on October 25, 2013.

Nguyen Thanh Chan’s 2004 murder and robbery convictions have been voided by Vietnam’s Supreme People’s Court after his wife tracked down the man who actually committed the crimes. Chan was 42 when arrested on September 28, 2003 for the murder of a 31-year-old woman on August 15 in the village of Nghia Trung in Vietnam’s …

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Jan 17

Dr. James D’Agostino Imprisoned In Cambodia For Non-existent Crimes

Dr. James D’Agostino in 1997 (Nicholas Lisi, The Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY))

Dr. James D’Agostino has had his New York medical license suspended for his conviction in Cambodia of a crime his prosecutors admit there is no credible evidence even occurred. Dr. D’Agostino was an associate professor and a pediatric emergency doctor at Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York when took a leave of absence in …

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Dec 05

Khmer Rouge Official Appeals Conviction And 30-year Sentence For Thousands Of Murders

Kaing Guek Eav — also known as Duch — was one of the most well-known officials of the communist Khmer Rouge regime that controlled Cambodia from 1975-1979 and was responsible for the deaths of at least 1.7 million people from starvation, disease, overwork and execution. One of the primary ways people were executed was suffocation …

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Oct 23

The Innocents Database Now Includes Over 3,000 Wrongly Convicted People

The Innocents Database Now Includes Over 3,000 Wrongly Convicted People

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