Conjuring Justice

Proof that One Person Can Make a Difference

This case has been close to my heart as a mother and a criminologist because I know the psychological damage that occurs when a child is sexually assaulted. Now factor in the fact the kids’ mother put them in a situation to be exploited by law enforcement. What does that tell the kid? Family can’t …

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Corruption is a word people use but do not fully appreciate. Corruption means deviation from morality, honor and duty. It destroys political legitimacy. We have a system in place that puts trusted people in positions to make decisions for us and to keep our society the place it is. When that trust is severed for …

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I took the Nanowrimo challenge. I wrote a novel in 30 days. I won! I did it! Yea for me! The story needs to be told. I have been accused of capitalizing on the backs of the horrors and to that  accusation I say I put my heart and soul into proving the innocence of …

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  Evidently, it was too late in the trial. Geeker ended up declaring a mistrial due to a hung jury for the second time in 6 months. The prosecutors rallied and finally got a conviction in July of 2011. By this time, the Stallworth family had run out of money to pay for attorney’s fees …

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