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Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied: Statements & Documents Show That Murder and Conspiracy Charges Against James Evans Stem From Contempt Of Cop Style Justice Part VI

(Many of the facts contained in this article were derived from and are supported by the Appellate Brief of Larry Greer) As in any criminal case, whether the process involves felony or misdemeanor crimes, the burden of proof always falls upon the prosecutor and the police officials who brought the criminal case before the courts.

Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied: The Emergence Of Witnesses And Case Files Illuminates How James Evans Never Received A Fair Trial Under The U.S. Constitution Part V

The American criminal justice system is suppose to be a vehicle in which the law governs our democracy to insure the regulation of actions by citizens within our society at large. Often times the process fails to achieve impartiality (especially when young black men become embroiled in the criminal justice system) as the law was

Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied: How Madison County Illinois Can Make An Innocent Man A Murderer Part IV

In the first few articles related to the James Evans wrongful conviction for murder case, I highlighted some critical points, made some strong accusations against law enforcement officials, and even provided actual documents from the case file to demonstrate just how flawed and problematic the James Evans case was. Given what we know about some

Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied: The James Evans Frame Up And The Suborn Of Perjury By A State Prosecutor (Part III Of A Series)

By the time most people become aware of many of these alarming allegations against law enforcement officials in Illinois, damage control will more than likely have been well under way, while those who have been accused tap into their respective political networks to put out the flames of some very disturbing crimes that they are

Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied: The James Evans Frame Up By Alleged Dirty Rogue Cops Part II

The James Evans story isn’t about a drug dealer who some say killed another man in retaliation for a home invasion robbery, but perhaps his story is indeed about an obsession on one cops part, to have James Evans incarcerated by any means necessary. I’m told that when people came into detective Brad Wells’ office

Selflessness, Compassion, Enduring Faith, And Humanity: Why A Man Name John Reilly Encompasses What It Means To Be A Champion Of The People

During a very slow day on the job this past summer, I was seated at the surveillance camera controllers where I’m employed as a store detective, when my eye catches a glance of a man who was carrying a large backpack, and appeared to be walking in a hurried fashion (classic trait of a grab

Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied: How Another Black Man Name James Evans Was Framed In An Illinois Murder Case (Part I)

Like so many cases that I have been made aware of over the years, his case was unsolicited, and brought to my attention by one of his friends. I don’t know him, nor do I know anyone in the town of Alton Illinois. It was a very close friend of Mr. James Evans who sought

Starbucks Is The New Battle Ground For Social Change: Philadelphia Coffee House Illuminates Jim Crow White Space Culture

I believe it was just a few years before my father past away when he told me not to get involved with women who call the police on you. Our parents raised four boys and much of the life lessons we were taught were predicated on character, respect, and it was a major taboo if

A Black Panther’s Last Stand: The Perilous Fight Of America’s Last Political Prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal Persist

While many within the black community are now mesmerized by the Marvel film Black Panther, which is based on a futuristic fantasy of a technologically advanced African Nation called Wakanda, the perils of a true Panther is continuously embroiled in a realistic fight for justice, for judicial correctness, and the power of people’s longevity in

Racial Profiling In America At Its Best: Profiling Of Two Black Rockhurst University Women Highlights Dining While Black In Missouri

Can you image spending hours of free time shopping at your local mall? Its a pass time shared by many American women for generations. At some point though, all of that foot work tends to wear down on consumers, and most venues have various places to eat within the facility, like a food court, and

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