Thursday, 30 August 2012
Davontae Sanford whos currently in jail,poor young guy who was wrongfully accused..God Bless him and his family..and big hugs to Darcy Delaproser my partner at You Must Believe C.E.O and biggupps to my producer Steve Starr on the beat and
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Posted by Irishgreeneyes at 03:55
Friday, 24 August 2012
Whatever is to become of James Prindle on Monday August 27th at his sentencing hearing, this is just the beginning. A movement has begun, and a voice will be heard, loud and strong, that James deserves the benefit of the doubt, with no DNA evidence supporting him having committed act, or anything physical either showing he did it, the DA's office and Judge Carter need to realize that this case needs to be reopened and a full investigation needs to be done. All the evidence collected, that was never tested (if properly stored) needs to be, plus the alibi James has, needs to be allowed to tell what he knows.
The Memphis Police Department completely dropped the ball on James case, testing some things, not others. There are several glaring mistakes made, and if done properly, James would not be sitting in Jail, for a sex crime, he did not commit, and possibly facing anywhere from 15 to 60 years in prison, and it would have to be served day-for-day, no parole.
We must all band together, and do the right thing, and give James a chance in life, and also help him to regain his freedom.
Your assistance is urgently needed by signing this petition
Please forward this to everyone who cares about children. If you can help in other ways, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Irishgreeneyes at 17:15
In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley analyzes the final chapters of Bernard and Kurkychek's (2010) book, The Cycle of Delinquency. Based upon the book, Worley argues that the juvenile justice system is returning to lenient treatments and abadoning the 'get tough' movement. He also contends that there is likely to be a reintroduction of lenient treatments in juvenile justice. Worley concludes the presentation by suggesting that we are likely to see a return of the medical model of treatment for delinquents.
Posted by Irishgreeneyes at 01:08
FFLIC and JJPL go to Baton Rouge to visit Governor Jindal to express outrage of the Juvenile Justice System in Louisiana.
Posted by Irishgreeneyes at 01:06
This is the story of Meesiah Jones and his experience in the juvenile justice system. As a youth he was convicted of a serious offense that he did not commit. At the tender age of 16 he fought a felony case in adult court and by the time he turned 17 he was being processed in San Quentin prison.
Posted by Irishgreeneyes at 00:58
Tuesday, 21 August 2012
James advocate Stephen will talk about the new happenings in James Prindle's case. James is 17 year old boy who was arrested at 15 and charged with the sexual assault of his little sister, a crime he did not commit. No DNA, nothing physical, nothing to support he committed the act. Many other kids were there at the time, and it is not in James nature to have done this
Posted by Irishgreeneyes at 06:51