Prison System

Jailed Woman Forced To Give Birth In Solitary Confinement, Baby Dies In Cell
By May 26, 2014 2 Comments Read More →

Jailed Woman Forced To Give Birth In Solitary Confinement, Baby Dies In Cell

A Texas woman was forced to give birth alone in her solitary jail cell, resulting in the death of her newborn baby. According to a federal lawsuit filed this week, Nicole Guerrero says that “Wichita County denied (her) access to reasonable medical care … ignored her obvious signs of labor and constant requests for medical […]

STUDY: 1 Out of 25 Sentenced to Die In the U.S. Are INNOCENT
By April 30, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

STUDY: 1 Out of 25 Sentenced to Die In the U.S. Are INNOCENT

A new study has revealed that at least 4.1% of all defendants sentenced to death in the US in the modern era have been completely innocent. According to the first major study calculating how often states go wrong in their capital verdicts, 1 out of 25 defendants are literally murdered by the State based on errant convictions. Legal […]

Colorado FINALLY Frees Prisoners With Marijuana Convictions!
By March 27, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Colorado FINALLY Frees Prisoners With Marijuana Convictions!

Since Colorado effectively legalized the recreational use marijuana, many have asked the all-important question: why are there still people rotting in prison for marijuana convictions? Now the Colorado Court of Appeals has responded, saying that residents convicted of marijuana possession before recreational marijuana was legalized should potentially be eligible to have those decisions overturned. Still, […]

INNOCENT 74-Year-Old Grandmother Finally RELEASED!
By March 26, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

INNOCENT 74-Year-Old Grandmother Finally RELEASED!

An innocent 74-year-old woman was recently freed from over 32 years behind bars, for a crime she never committed. Mary Jones was sentenced for a murder in Los Angeles, California. She was released Monday afternoon, following a Judge being given new evidence which proved she was forced by her abusive boyfriend back then, to participate […]

Human Rights Violations in Local County Jails – Could You Be Next?
By February 27, 2014 3 Comments Read More →

Human Rights Violations in Local County Jails – Could You Be Next?

If you’re not a jail bird, but you find yourself headed to jail, one would think that you would be afraid of the other inmates. In Riverside County however, the opposite is true. Inmates, both felons, petty criminals, and violent prisoners from California’s Prison population (freed into CA county jails by AB 109) are afraid […]

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