Tag Archives: April 2016

Nobody’s that Stupid

For the second time, the Mississippi Supreme Court has asked for an update on the progress of Willie Manning’s remaining case. So far there has been no response from Willie’s lawyer or the Attorney General’s office. We should, anyway, be … Continue reading

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This Matters To Us All

“When injustice happens to one person, it matters to us all.” So says the international human rights group, Amnesty International.* Thus people all over the world are urged to note the predicament of Willie Jerome Manning, whose two cases both … Continue reading

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