Friday, July 10, 2009

People Wrongfully Convicted of Crimes Find Redress Through New Laws

"Thousands of innocent people are wrongfully convicted and incarcerated in state and federal prisons throughout the United States every year."

Where is the "justice"?


(excerpt) Please read full article........Brandon had just turned 14 yrs of age......

For two sound reasons cited by the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office, The Star again urges District Attorney Greg Totten to try Brandon McInerney in Juvenile Court.

Thursday, July 9, 2009


Where is the justice? for the "innocent", wrongfully convicted???



Please view interview with Jeffrey at URL provided.....

A letter from Jeffery Deskovic, who was incarcerated, for a "crime" he did NOT committ.......

Hello Everybody,

Here is a video that I have made pertaining to Judge Sotomayor.
Please share this video with as many people as you can. Forward it, send it through your list serves, post in on blogs, send it to media people, put it on your Facebook, Twitter, and Myspace pages, in short help me get this out there. This is probably one of the most important things you can do to make a difference in this corrupt society that we live in today. Consider being held as a hostage for 16 years in your own country, and the national seemse to be blacking this story out, and based upon the silence thus far by U.S. Senators of all political persuasions, nobody seems to care. The most hideous crime in America is putting politics over corruption. I am now trying to let the country know of my case, as well as trying to break through the media silence, while also getting Senator's attention
Here is the link to the video, and again, circulate to everybody through all possible means.

Thank You,

Jeff Deskovic

Monday, July 6, 2009

Questions for Judge Sotomayor on the Use of Foreign and International Law

Lengthy but a most important read

We have a responsibility to be a voice for all children, for all "injustices"

As adults we have a responsibility to be the voice for all children, for all injustice. History has shown over an over the horrible events that happen when people are afraid to do so.

It is time we stop closing our eyes to the images that make us uncomfortable, closing our minds and hearts because we are afraid of ramifications that may put our happy little worlds off balance.

The day may come when it is your loved one that needs help and you will appreciate the fact that there are people willing to go the extra mile for you even if they have never met you."

Rosemarie Ferrara

Friday, July 3, 2009


A must view, please share with those in your world, be a voice for those who can't
Law reform is "imperative" to help save those who were "wrongly convicted"