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DPIC Update

From the Death Penalty Information Center:

Another Prisoner Freed After DNA Evidence Leads to Exoneration
New Resources: "Living With the Death Penalty"
Tennessee Governor Orders 90-Day Halt to Executions
New Resource: "Chasing Justice" Chronicles Experiences of Former Death Row Inmate
New Voices: Federal Judge Says New York Case is "Absurd" Waste of Time and Money
Maryland Governor Supports Legislation to Repeal State's Death Penalty
New Resources: "No Defense: Shortcut to Death Row"

Comments

Dennis Fritz - This book changed my views about the Death Penalty and is a heartfelt story. "Journey Toward Justice" Now on Amazon.com as Top Seller, Published by Seven Locks Press 2006 by Dennis Fritz is a memoir and John Grisham calls Compelling and Fascinating. Dennis Fritz is the real character in John's Grisham's Book The Innocent Man. The Innocent Man mostly is about his co-defendant Ronnie Williamson who was sentenced to death. Dennis Fritz who was sentenced to life behind bars and Ronnie Williamson were exonerated in 1999 after 12 desperate and tortuous years in prison, Ronnie Williamson passed away a few years later.. Thanks to The Innocence Project and Barry Scheck who were helpful in getting DNA testing needed that proved Fritz was innocent after serving 12 years in prison.. Dennis Fritz does not want only to be known as the man who was wrongly imprisoned for a murder with NO evidence against him. This story would interest everyone who has, are going to have a career in Law.
There is much more to his story never told before in his book. He says he witnessed miracles and actually heard God's voice telling him "TRUST ME". He solely relied on faith in God to make it through. This Book will make you think, This can happen to anyone of us. A Great book showing what Faith, Love and Hope can do.. .. Miracles.

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