Monthly Archive: November 2014

Nov 25

Jerry Lee Brock Released After 19 Years In Prison When Accuser Recants

Jerry Lee Brock was released on November 20, 2014 after 19 years and 4 months in prison for a child molestation the alleged victim now admits never occurred. In early 1995 Brock was living in Thurston County, Washington. His girlfriend’s 11-year-old daughter, Regina Rush, accused Brock of molesting her while she was in bed. Brock …

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Nov 07

The State Of Nevada’s Lawyer Lied And Lied During Kirstin Lobato’s Nevada Supreme Court Arguments

The State Of Nevada’s Lawyer Lied And Lied During Kirstin Lobato’s Nevada Supreme Court Arguments By Hans Sherrer [Endnote (n.) 1] November 7, 2014 A minimum wage convenience store clerk who lies under oath in court can be convicted of perjury and sentenced to prison. In contrast, a highly paid lawyer can fearlessly lie his …

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Nov 01

Miriam Moskowitz’ Coram Nobis Petition Is A Fraud On The Court And A Half-Baked Publicity Stunt

Miriam Moskowitz’ Coram Nobis Petition Is A Fraud On The Court And A Half-Baked Publicity Stunt By Hans Sherrer[1] November 1, 2014   Introduction On August 12, 2014 a coram nobis petition was filed in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan on behalf of Miriam Moskowitz.[2] The petition is based on what it asserts is …

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Nov 01

Virginia Supreme Court Acquits Maureen Anne Blake Of Bringing Her Children To School Late

Maureen Anne Blake (Maureen Anne Blake Facebook page)

Maureen Anne Blake has been acquitted by the Virginia Supreme Court of her convictions for delivering her children late to school. The Court’s ruling on October 31, 2014 was significant for parents of school age children in Virginia because it clarifies that the compulsory school attendance law doesn’t apply to tardiness or absences from school. …

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