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Re: “No escape

You're all so ready to get past that tragedy but did you ever imagine that what ALMOST happened to those young men goes on everyday across the United States? Well one man needs help to contact those higher up than the local district attorney's office and the local Superior Court Judge in the area to get exposure for the misconduct of a prosecutor in Raleigh North Carolina that led to the wrongful conviction of a man who suffered at the hands of vindictive prosecutor Jeffrey Cruden the same violations and misconduct of former Durham County Prosecutor Mike Nifong? The only difference between this case and the Duke Lacrosse Rape Case is that those young men escaped wrongful convictions while another young man continues to fight his wrongful conviction. PLEASE HELP ANY WAY YOU CAN! IF YOU CAN SUGGEST A COLLEAGUE IN THE INDUSTRY COVER THIS STORY WELCOME THE INVITATION TO WHOMEVER TO VISIT THE WAKE COUNTY COURTHOUSE IN RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA, TOMORROW, OCTOBER 18TH ON THE 3RD FLOOR IN ROOM 3A AT 2:30PM.

Posted by laurenforjustice on 10/17/2007 at 11:49 PM

Re: “Straighten out prejudice

Who would you suggest a man in the Raleigh area contact that is higher up than the local district attorney's office and the local Superior Court Judge in his area to get exposure for the misconduct of the prosecutor in Raleigh North Carolina that led to the wrongful conviction of a man who suffered at the hands of vindictive prosecutor Jeffrey Cruden the same violations and misconduct of former Durham County Prosecutor Mike Nifong? The only difference between this case and the Duke Lacrosse Rape Case is that those young men escaped wrongful convictions while another man is fighting his wrongful conviction. PLEASE HELP ANY WAY YOU CAN! IF YOU CAN SUGGEST A COLLEAGUE IN THE INDUSTRY WHO IS LOCATED IN THE AREA COVER THIS STORY, ACCEPT THE INVITATION TO WHOMEVER TO VISIT THE WAKE COUNTY COURTHOUSE IN RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA, TOMORROW, OCTOBER 18TH ON THE 3RD FLOOR IN ROOM 3A AT 2:30PM.

Posted by laurenforjustice on 10/17/2007 at 11:43 PM

Re: “The Duke lacrosse case: Gimme some truth

Dear Lisa, Yes,the ultimate question that will be the legacy of this matter is why it took the criminal justice system nearly 13 months to reach the conclusion that the allegations of rape, sexual assault and kidnapping were unfounded"?. The legacy of this matter is the absence of truth and transparency.So tell me, have you had anyone to comment to the truth behind the aforementioned statements. Moreover, have you ever thought about the fact that the same situation that happened to the Duke Lacrosse boys goes on everyday to those less fortunate of having the financial backing the young men from Duke had? So, if the lacrosse case has now proved that if you're innocent you're not okay, what is there to be said about the justice system we as Americans believe is in place to protect and serve when actually the thousands of people who face the same type of prosecution the aforementioned faced are not so lucky because they don't get the needed media attention to show the numerous human/constitutional rights that are being violated everyday from the bench right down to the lawyer's office next door. I challenge you to open your mind and really ask yourself why do you think they never charged the accuser with criminal charges? Could something really have happened and with good intention Mr. Nifong intuitively knew something was wrong, but because of the lack of evidence to prove his case, he should have never proceeded without the necessary proof? Go visit the Durham County or Wake County courtrooms for yourself on a frequent basis and you be the judge!!

Posted by laurenforjustice on 09/11/2007 at 10:00 AM

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