Conjuring Justice

Proof that One Person Can Make a Difference

ANTONIO’S STORY CONTINUED So in researching about VFI and Antonio, I was captivated by his success. I have only met one man that could take nothing and make it into gold. Now that I have researched and met Antonio, I have found that he too is that kind of businessman. How many people do you know that …

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The Trouble with Being Harry Part II Harry’s  story is not widely known and it is a real shame, because it is a pretty interesting tale of the folly of youth biting coming back to haunt you later.  Harry’s story is a very uncomplicated story. Harry Fitzsimmons was a young man of 20  in Belfast …

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ANTONIO’S STORY CONTINUED So in researching about VFI and Antonio, I was captivated by his success. I have only met one man that could take nothing and make it into gold. Now that I have researched and met Antonio, I have found that he too is that kind of businessman. How many people do you know that …

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Dear Mr Dinmore, Hello, my name is Jimmie Staley; I am an American writer.  I am writing you on behalf of Antonio Velardo.  He is the business associate of Harry Fitzsimmons, who is currently jailed in a prison in Senegal  You wrote an article about him http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/a0f07912-c6e7-11e2-8a36-00144feab7de.html Mr. Velardo wants to set the story straight …

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The last few posts have displayed the frustration I have with international justice malfeasance. The more I know about Antonio Velardo and Harry Fitzsimmons’s situation, the angrier I get. The American justice system isn’t perfect but it is a complete 180 from the European standard. To think that an average person could possibly be financially …

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When Antonio contacted me to tell his story, I honestly did not foresee how intrigued I would be or how involved internationally the story would be. But I am glad it happened that way. I have gotten to know Antonio a bit of over the little time we have known each other.  I think it’s …

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