“We’re over the moon regarding Anthony’s parole status,” says Keisha Sims, Anthony’s wife and number-one advocate. “But we’d rather celebrate his exoneration.”
In July, Sri Lankan protesters savored the luxuries of the presidential palace after ousting their nation’s leader. Now the hardest part begins.
Valerie Smith was the sole eyewitness in the murder trial of Ronnie Wright. Her former romantic partner says she was drinking that night and was nowhere near the scene of the crime when it occurred.
In the race for an open seat in Assembly District 65, “the Lower East Side and Chinatown are not for sale,” says Lee’s opponent Illapa Sairitupac, who is relying on a large base of volunteers to overcome his financial disadvantage.
Judge Kenneth Holder, a former prosecutor for the Queens DA, lashes out at defense attorney, restricts Churaman’s access to evidence in his retrial.
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