Monday, 21 March 2016

Corrupt Cops Don't Want You to Share This Video

Police were investigating a murder near his house, a 14 year old
mentally challenged boy went out in his pajamas and asked the police
what was going on. They took him in for questioning, railroaded him into
a confession, and he was sentenced to 40 years in prison. A few months
later a notorious Detroit hit man confessed to the murder and told the
cops where the murder weapon was. They recovered it. For some reason,
the 14 year old is still in prison. Its been many years. His family
would like you to share this video so he can get out of jail. You can
help an innocent man.
Scroll down for the links to friend Davontae on
facebook, friend his mom and send her your best wishes and click on the
link to sign the petition to draw attention to this injustice.

Write to Davontae in Prison
Inmate #684070
Ionia Maximum Correctional Facility
1576 West Blue Water Hwy
Ionia, MI 48846

Another good link:

Thursday, 3 March 2016

The Box: Teens in Solitary Confinement in U.S. Jails, Prisons and Juveni...

The Box" was nominated for a national News and Documentary Emmy in 2015.
Every year, thousands of teens are placed in solitary confinement cells
in juvenile halls, jails and prisons nationwide. This animation tells
the story of Ismael "Izzy" Nazario and the time he spent in solitary
confinement in New York City's Rikers Island jail. This story is based
on an investigation by The Center for Investigative Reporting and was
created using real audio from an interview with Nazario. It features
music from Yasiin Bey, formerly known as Mos Def, and is part of a
larger investigation on juveniles in solitary confinement.

Produced and directed by Michael I Schiller

Illustrations by Anna Vignet

Animation directed by Zachary Medow

Reporters Daffodil Altan and Trey Bundy