The case of Melissa Calusinski; sentenced to 31 years in prison for the murder of 16-month-old Benjamin Kingan in 2009, is due to once more gain momentum via a status hearing set for Feb. 28th, in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. The transition from state court to that of … Continue reading Melissa Calusinski: Status Hearing Set For February 28th.
Melissa Calusinski's post-conviction attorney Kathleen Zellner filed her clients Writ of Habeas Corpus this past Wednesday, March. 27th. Calusinski, currently 10 years into a 31 year sentence for the aggravated battery, and first degree murder of 16-month-old toddler Benjamin Kingan, will be seeking fresh eyes and minds to look into a case that began with … Continue reading Melissa Calusinski Seeks Habeas Corpus Over Death Of Toddler Benjamin Kingan.
March 27th, saw CJRJ's first interview regarding the case of Jermane Scott with local radio station A9Radio, in Springfield, Ohio. Jermane's case however, was no stranger to the station. 10-months-prior, Jermane himself had been a guest on the show, during which he gave candid details of his wrongful conviction. Below is his full unedited interview. … Continue reading Jermane Scott: The Interviews—27/03/2019
During the search of Scott's residence on Dec. 9th, Springfield Police Department spoke with Reggie Gilbert and Anthony Eldrige. Both Gilbert and Eldrige lived at the same residence as Scott. Marla Gilbert, Reggie's mother, and Scott's—believed to be at the time—stepmother, had taken Eldrige in approximately 1-year-prior due to continuing issues, the then 14-year-old had … Continue reading Jermane Scott: Jumping The Gun—Part. 4
By now you've probably got an idea of what the Charles Wilcox case is about. If not, you can read my first piece here. In breaking this case down and doing the research, we look at a lot of different sources for information. One thing we did after hearing Charles Wilcox's version of events was … Continue reading Charles Wilcox And The Other Suspects…Or Lack Of?
Valentino Dixon, recently exonerated in the death of Torriano Jackson, will be back in court on November 7, 2018 for “re-sentencing.” Yes, you read that right. The Department of Corrections wants Valentino to be on a supervised release for 3 years for a previous charge, unrelated to his exoneration. Valentino, who has never shied away … Continue reading Valentino Dixon Due Back In Court
Valentino Dixon, wrongfully convicted for the death of Torriano Jackson, walked out of an Erie County courthouse a free man on September 19, 2018. It took 27 years to be exonerated for this crime, and now Valentino is starting a new life. His story, unlike others, has caught the attention of the world, and people … Continue reading How Freedom Looks – Valentino Dixon