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Justice Denied
The Magazine for the Wrongfully Convicted


Truth in Justice

Truth in Justice is an educational non-profit organized to educate the public regarding the vulnerabilities in the U. S. criminal justice system that make the criminal conviction of wholly innocent persons possible.


Action Committee for Women in Prison


Artist Mary Dewitt's portraits of women doing life, and some interviews as well.


Julie Rea, former defendant charged with the murder of her own son, has two websites. The second website announces her new found position as a mitigation specialist. Her message: "If you are innocent: TESTIFY!"


Victims of the State

Husband Murder Cases
16 Cases
Main Menu
AL - Madison -
Betty Wilson 1992
CA - Los Angeles -
Patricia Wright 1981
CA - San Diego -
Jane Dorotik 2000
CA - San Diego - Cynthia Sommer 2002
FL - Volusia -
Virginia Larzelere 1991
GA - Butts -
Jean Long 2003
ID - Ada -
Donna Thorngren 2003
MA - Bristol -
Christina Martin 1990
MI - Genesee -
Sharee Miller 1999
MS - Forrest -
Stephanie Stephens 2001
NV - Clark -
Sandy Murphy 1998
NV - Nye -
Shasta Roever 1993
TX - Cameron -
Susan Mowbray 1987
TX - Harris -
Frances Newton 1987
VA - Powhatan -
Beverly Monroe 1992
VA - Wise -
Merry Pease 1993


The Other Death Penalty Project is forming a nationwide strategy to organize all LWOP prisoners to end this “other death penalty.” This project is conducted by LWOP prisoners with the help of their families and friends in the free world.


Campaign for Meaningful Commutation (Pennsylvania)
The Campaign for Meaningful Commutation aims to raise awareness about and restore the commutation process in Pennsylvania. Commutation is one of the only ways people sentenced to life without parole have a second chance. We also strive to support friends and families serving life sentences in Pennsylvania through the commutation process.


Women Behind the Wall

Exoneree Gloria Killian's Internet Radio Show