Against Wrongful Convictions and False
Raye of hope.org is an informational site on
and false allegations. Our goal is to provide information and
educate the public about the reality of wrongful convictions and to
give the wrongfully convicted a voice.
Hannah Overton's Wrongful Conviction
TM Daily Post brought to light the prosecutorial misconduct
in Hannah's case in their recent article. They summarized, "Things
took a dramatic turn in Hannah Overton’s evidentiary hearing on
Wednesday when ex-prosecutor Sandra Eastwood reluctantly took the
stand to be questioned about whether or not she had withheld
critical evidence from the defense. The once-confident and
commanding assistant D.A., who had aggressively pursued capital
murder charges against Hannah in 2007, seemed far different
yesterday than she did at trial. Appearing fragile, flustered, and
at times on the verge of tears, Eastwood offered up confusing and
often contradictory answers as she denied any wrongdoing."
Announcing: Freedom March 2012
In October, 2012 it is our dream to see every state in the nation
filled with the cries of concerned citizens; a unified voice forfreedom.
The members ofhttp://reformingjustice.com/are
organizing a nationwide March for Freedom--www.FreedomMarchUSA.org--and
to date, the response has been overwhelming. However, volunteers and
coordinators are needed in every state in the nation to make this
March for Freedom a success.
Do your part to effect change for a better America.Volunteer!
It's high time that we step back and take a long, hard look at our
justice system. There are far too many men and women being
exonerated after wrongful convictions. Just Google the term -
wrongfully convicted exoneration in 2008 - and you will find no less
than a dozen people who have been exonerated this year!! Also, you
will find that together they have had over 100 years of life stolen
by a system that promises JUSTICE FOR ALL.
Please note that we are still adding information and cases to the
website. So remember to check back often. If you have any
suggestions, or if you or a loved one has been wrongfully convicted
or falsely accused, and you want to tell your story, feel free to
let us know on the Contact Us