ALABAMA -- Rodney K. Stanberry is in his 17th year in prison for crimes he did not commit.
He was arrested in 1992, convicted in 1995, and began his prison sentence in 1997. He was convicted of attempted murder, burglary, and robbery.
Rodney was convicted even as there was evidence that he was at work when the crimes occurred. He was convicted even though there was no physical evidence that placed him at the scene of the crime.
BIRMINGHAM -- Following these basic survival rules will increase a black child's chances of surviving a Trayvon Martin-type situation.
These rules are not promulgated for a reality TV series. They are written and published to enhance the real life chances of survival for black children in America.
Strict adherence to these survival rules will: (a) establish a realistic framework for black children to survive their teenage years, (b) facilitate their growth toward becoming respectful and productive adults, and (c) provide them some measure of protection in a racially hostile environment.
SAN FRANCISCO, Ca. -- Barry Bonds's personal trainer refused to testify against him Tuesday
in the home run king's federal doping scandal perjury trial in San
U.S. District Judge Susan Illston found Greg Anderson in contempt of
court and he was taken into custody by federal marshals. It was expected
he would be taken back to jail for the fifth time in the
performance-enhancing drug case, USA Today reported.
"He clearly, and unequivocally, will not testify," Anderson's attorney, Mark Geragos, said.