Monthly Archive: February 2017

Feb 27

Ildar Dadin Has Three-Strikes Illegal Protesting Conviction Overturned

Ildar Dadin protesting in Moscow.

Russia’s Supreme Court has overturned Ildar Dadin’s conviction for illegal protesting. On February 22, 2017 the Court ruled the prosecution introduced insufficient evidence to prove he violated illegal protesting law Article 212.1. In the summer of 2014 Russia’s Parliament passed Criminal Code Article 212.1 that concerned crimes related to unsanctioned public protests. The law included …

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Feb 23

Pamela Anderson To Start Campaigning For Men Falsely Accused Of Rape

Pamela Anderson interviewed for ‘Going Underground’ (RT.com)

Pamela Anderson said in a television interview on February 22, 2017 that she is going to start campaigning for men falsely accused of rape. Anderson is best known for her starring role in the Baywatch television series, which at the peak of its popularity was one of the most watched TV programs in the world. …

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Feb 21

Kirstin Lobato Attacked By Mass Murderer At Woman’s Prison

Las Vegas Tribune’s front page for Feb. 22, 2017 issue

The Las Vegas Tribune’s lead article on the front page of its February 22, 2017 issue is, “Kirstin Lobato Attacked By Serial Killer At Woman’s Prison.” The article was written by Hans Sherrer, Justice Denied’s editor and publisher. The article can be read on the LV Tribune’s website at, LasVegasTribune.net. The article details that on …

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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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Feb 16

Federal Court Is The Death Zone For Innocent State Prisoners

Federal court is the place where an innocent state prisoner goes as a last resort when the highest court in their state has denied justice. It is common to hear people assert a prisoner will finally get justice when they gets out of what is viewed as a state court system rigged to protect shady …

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Feb 14

Raffaele Sollecito Denied Compensation For Wrongful Imprisonment In Meredith Kercher’s Murder

Raffaele Sollecito in 2015

Raffaele Sollecito has been denied compensation for his wrongful imprisonment in the murder of Meredith Kercher on November 2, 2007 in Perugia, Italy. On February 11, 2017 a court in Florence ruled that Sollecito was not entitled to compensation. Sollecito was the boyfriend of 20-year-old American college student Amanda Knox when they were arrested for …

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Feb 11

U.S. Ninth Circuit “So-called Judges” Prove To The World They Are Agenda Driven Political Hacks

Executive Order 13769, The White House, Jan. 27, 2017

By Hans Sherrer Feb. 11, 2017 Every federal and state judge in the United States is a politician. A 2003 law review article explained that, “Contrary to their carefully cultivated public image of being independent and above the frays of everyday life, judges are influenced and even controlled by powerful and largely-hidden political, financial, personal …

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Feb 03

49,000 Men Posthumously Pardoned Of Homosexual Crimes In United Kingdom

Alan Turing (dailymail.co.uk)

The United Kingdom has posthumously pardoned about 49,000 males who were convicted of consensual homosexual activity that is no longer considered criminal. The pardons were included in the Policing and Crime Act 2017 that received Royal Assent on January 31, 2017. Men still alive who were convicted of the affected crimes can apply for a …

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Feb 02

Juan Rivera’s $20 Million Compensation Settlement Will Be Divided In Divorce Court

On January 25, 2017 the Illinois Supreme Court declined to review a ruling by the Illinois Court of Appeal that Juan Rivera’s $20 million wrongful conviction lawsuit settlement is marital property in his pending divorce. Melissa Sanders married Rivera on October 31, 2000. At the time he was imprisoned for life in Illinois for his …

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Feb 01

Innocents Database Was Started 20 Years Ago, On February 1, 1997

By Hans Sherrer Feb. 1, 2017 The first entries were made in the Innocents Database on February 1, 1997. Today, twenty years later, it is the only database in the world that strives to include every identifiable exoneration in the United States, as well as internationally. The database is accessible from Justice Denied’s homepage. The …

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