Tag: Innocents Database

Jun 24

ICANN turns Innocents Database back on

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By Hans Sherrer President, The Justice Institute Editor and Publisher, Justice Denied magazine ICANN turned on access to the Innocents Database on the afternoon of June 22 — more than four days after it was unexpectedly turned off on June 18. ICANN’s shutting down of Forejustice.org, that hosts the Innocents Database, was reported on Justice …

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Jun 21

Innocents Database blocked by ICANN, the world’s most dangerous NGO

By Hans Sherrer President, The Justice Institute Editor and Publisher, Justice Denied magazine On Sunday June 18, 2017 the Innocents Database unexpectedly went offline. For people unfamiliar with the Innocents Database (IDb), it is the world’s largest database of people wrongly convicted in the United States and other countries. It currently includes more than 8,500 …

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May 27

8,540 Cases Now In Innocents Database

The Innocents Database now includes 8,540 cases: 5,430 from the U.S., and 3,010 from 117 other countries. The database includes 4,603 U.S. cases from 2017 to 1989, when the first DNA exoneration occurred. The Innocents Database is the world’s largest database of exonerated persons, and it includes all identifiable exonerations in the United States, as …

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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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Jan 18

8,164 Cases Now In Innocents Database

The Innocents Database now includes 8,164 cases: 5,242 from the U.S., and 2,922 from 116 other countries. The database includes 4,323 U.S. cases from 2017 to 1989, when the first DNA exoneration occurred. The Innocents Database is the world’s largest database of exonerated persons, and it includes all identifiable exonerations in the United States, as …

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Jul 09

6,515 Cases Now In Innocents Database

The Innocents Database now includes 6,515 cases: 4,043 from the U.S., and 2,472 from 115 other countries. The database includes 3,159 U.S. cases from 2016 to 1989, when the first DNA exoneration occurred. The Innocents Database is the world’s largest database of exonerated persons, and it includes all identifiable exonerations in the United States, as …

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Jun 08

$369 Million Compensation Awarded In 2014 And 2015 To Wrongly Convicted In U.S.

$369 Million Compensation Awarded In 2014 And 2015 To Wrongly Convicted In U.S. By Hans Sherrer June 8, 2016 More than $369 million was awarded in 2014 and 2015 to people who were wrongly convicted and imprisoned in the United States. In 2014 $236,202,782 was awarded to 38 people who were imprisoned for 452 years. …

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May 25

2015 Innocents Database Exoneration Report Now Available!

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The 2015 Innocents Database Exoneration Report is now available online! The Report is a PDF document. Click here to read the 2015 Innocents Database Exoneration Report online, or to download it. The following is from the Report’s Introduction: This is the first yearly report of information recorded in the Innocents Database through the last calendar …

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Apr 14

6,358 Cases Now In Innocents Database

The Innocents Database now includes 6,358 cases: 3,918 from the U.S., and 2,440 from 113 other countries. The database includes 3,035 U.S. cases from 2016 to 1989, when the first DNA exoneration occurred. The Innocents Database is the world’s largest database of exonerated persons, and it includes all identifiable exonerations in the United States, as …

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Jan 29

300 U.S. Exonerations In 2015

Three hundred exonerations in the United States in 2015 are documented in the Innocents Database, which is the only database in the world that attempts to compile all known exonerations in the United States, as well as internationally. The database includes 202 international exonerations in 2015. The 2015 U.S. exonerations were greater than the 231 …

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