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A True Innocence Project: The Trials, Convictions and Acquittal of Amanda Knox

Amanda Knox was a 20-year-old college exchange student studying abroad in Italy living the life of her dreams. She had a gorgeous, Italian boyfriend, an apartment she loved and her entire life ahead of her. That is… until she was accused of brutally murdering her roommate Meredith Kercher in what the press deemed sex games gone Read More…

Meek Mill Enjoying Life
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Meek Mill Released from Prison; Becomes New Voice for Reform

After being sentenced to four years in prison for violating his probation for a conviction from 2008, Meek Mill has been released by order of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Activists for prison reform are calling the sentencing excessive and unjust. He has received support from the celebrity community. Meek Mill’s Live Interview with CBS Robert Read More…

Meek Mill is a proud father who loves spending time with his son, even when he's on the road.
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Meek Mill Uses New Freedom & Celebrity Status to Campaign for Justice Reform

Following his recent release from prison, Philadelphia Papper Meek Mill is now engaged with criminal justice reform. He joined Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf and Philly city officials to campaign for changes in criminal justice policies. Mill is using both his celebrity status and newfound freedom to bring about changes. Mills and top state officials convened Read More…

Jose Menendez with Lyle & Erik as Boys
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Emotional Reunion for Menendez Brothers After 21 Years in Different Prisons

After being separated for more than 21 years in different California state prisons, the Menendez Brothers have finally been reunited. It was a reunion filled with emotions and tears. The last time the famous prisoners saw each other was on September 10, 1996. After their convictions for killing Jose and Kitty, they were separated… until Read More…

Meek Mill Takes a Mean Prison Photo
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Judge Brinkley Still Refuses to Review Meek Mills Prison Sentence, Says It’s “Absolutely Necessary”

Justice Genece E. Brinkley still refuses to review Meek Mills prison sentence. The Philadelphia judge says it is “absolutely necessary” that the rapper serve out her two to four years prison term. Judge Brinkley sentenced rapper Mills to prison over a parole violation for an offence he committed 10 years ago. Despite being accused of Read More…