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Jun 26

German Parliament Approves Vindicating Males Of Homosexual Convictions

Germany’s lower house of parliament, the Bundestag, has overwhelmingly approved a bill that will vindicate all men who were convicted from 1949 to 1994 of a homosexual crime involving consensual relations between males 16 years or older. The upper house of parliament has announced it will pass the bill. Men who are living can apply …

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May 03

Woman Exonerated Of Murdering Her Father Must Reimburse The State For Money Paid To Experts

Monika de Montgazon on April 11, 2012 in Berlin

Monika de Montgazon has been ordered to repay more than $42,000 that the German government paid to experts who provided new evidence that exonerated her of murdering her 76-year-old father. In 2003 Montgazon was a 47-year-old nurse caring for her 76-year-old invalid father in the duplex they shared in Buckow, Germany with her partner. Buckow …

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Jun 28

Judge Valorie Vega Is A Modern Day Judge Roland Freisler

Judge Valorie Vega Is A Modern Day Judge Roland Freisler

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May 16

John Demjanjuk Convicted Of “Accessory To Murder” Based On Novel Legal Theory And A Key Document The FBI Believes Was Fabricated

John Demjanjuk Convicted Of “Accessory To Murder” Based On Novel Legal Theory And A Key Document The FBI Believes Was Fabricated

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Dec 03

Man Fighting Conviction Claims Public Smoking Bans Are Based On Nazi Law

Public smoking bans have been enacted in countries around the world. Northern Ireland is one of them. Chris Carter was convicted of smoking a cigarette in the North Down Borough Council headquarters in 2007. He was ordered to pay a fine and costs of £1,250 (about $2,000) or serve 47 days in jail. Carter’s appealed …

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