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My son Wally was around the age of twelve when, while having a conversation, he said to me "If I had to go to prison to make the world a better place, I would go to prison." It is something that I will never forget. I was so proud of him, he had so much compassion and love for his...

I'm sure a number of WCN's followers have seen our recent posts related to the protests and wondered why WCN would be commenting at all on a topic other than wrongful conviction. It's a good question, and it deserves an honest answer. However, like wrongful convictions themselves, there are several factors and no single, easy answer.

I'm not old enough to remember Dr. King Jr. or the revolutions he gave his life for, but I was smack dab in the middle of the Watts riots when I was 4-years-old. The Watts riots, sometimes referred to as the "Watts Rebellion," took place in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles from August 11 to 16, 1965*. Our...

Have you ever been struck by words that were so powerful or alarming that they stopped you dead in your tracks? Sometimes words can reach out and shake us from our day-to-day, unthinking routine. While reading an article recently on Colorado's legislation to abolish their death penalty, I came across such a passage: "Prosecutors say that the threat...

I just watched the 20/20 program that aired November 1, 2019, Texas Love Triangle, featuring the tragic case of David Temple's wrongful conviction, in which Nancy Grace was apparently invited to pipe in with her ever-offending opinions, (shame on you 20/20). I haven't kept it a secret that I am not a fan of Nancy Grace, but that...

Wednesday, August 21, 2019, was a very sad day for our nation and humanity as a whole. At 6:35pm, the state of Texas murdered an innocent man. I realize that sounds like a bold statement made with emotional bravado, but since they didn't bother to take every available avenue to prove me wrong, I stand by my statement. If a...