Monthly Archive: January 2013

Jan 24

“Phantom Spies, Phantom Justice” Now Available For Amazon Kindle

Phantom Spies, Phantom Justice (The Justice Institute, 2012)

Phantom Spies, Phantom Justice: How I Survived McCarthyism And My Prosecution That Was The Rehearsal For The Rosenberg Trial is now available for Amazon’s Kindle electronic readers. Phantom Spies, Phantom Justice is Miriam Moskowitz’ autobiographical account of her wrongful conviction in 1950 when McCarthyism raged through the United States, and her imprisonment for two years. …

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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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Jan 10

David Turnpaugh Awarded Compensation Of $00.00 By Wisconsin For Wrongful Convictions

The Wisconsin Claims Board has awarded David R. Turnpaugh compensation of $00.00 for his wrongful convictions in 2006 for soliciting prostitution and bail jumping. In March 2006 Turnpaugh was convicted of soliciting prostitution from a police decoy in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and jumping bail. He was sentenced to 60 days in jail on the solicitation conviction …

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Jan 01

More Than 24,000 Copies Of “Kirstin Blaise Lobato’s Unreasonable Conviction” Downloaded From Justice Denied’s Website

“Kirstin Blaise Lobato’s Unreasonable Conviction by Hans Sherrer

More than 24,000 copies of “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 deny it has …

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