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Bob Rahn & Kim Anklin Attend SPI Event Featuring Paul Callan

Originally posted on The Memobook:
The Society of Professional Investigators (SPI) is known as the premier fraternal organization for investigators in New York. SPI holds monthly meetings featuring the top experts law enforcement, forensics and legal fields. On May 19, 2016, at Forlini’s Restaurant, 93 Baxter Street, New York, NY, Attorney Paul Callan was the featured guest speaker. Paul Callan, Bob Rahn, Kim Anklin and Gil Alba Paul Callan is pictured with Management Resources principals, Bob Rahn and Kim Anklin, who worked with Callan recently on the Randy Williams wrongful conviction case. Also pictured is Gil Alba, president of ALDONYS. Well known for his appearances as a legal analyst for CNN, and his representation in several high-profile cases dating back to “Son of Sam,” Callan has taken great interest in wrongful conviction cases. Bob Rahn and Kim Anklin began their investigations into wrongful conviction cases after being contacted by the mother of Jonathan Fleming to review his case. Fleming’s subsequent exoneration and release made international headlines. Short message from Paul Callan: Across the country, wrongful conviction cases…

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Bob Rahn & Kim Anklin Help Secure Freedom for Randy Williams

Management Resources, Ltd. of NY principals, Kim Anklin and Bob Rahn once again worked alongside defense attorneys to secure another man’s freedom. In early 2008, Randy Williams was wrongfully convicted for the 2007 murder of 36-year-old Vincent Hill. Hill, a known violent felon, was killed during a multiple person shoot out. The incident occurred in a courtyard within the Williamsburg Houses located in Brooklyn, NY. During the 2008 trial, the prosecutor told the jury Williams had been identified by three eyewitnesses. However, when it was their turn to testify, two of the prosecutor’s witnesses recanted their stories and the third refused to come to court. The judge permitted the taped  grand jury testimony of the  final witness, a woman with a history of mental illness, to be played to the jury. Cross examination by the defense was not permitted based on a vague claim that someone in the neighborhood had called her a “snitch” causing her fear of live testimony. He was sentenced to 25 to life sentence in prison. Over the next 9 years, …

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Award Winning Private Investigators Launch New Website

Management Resources Ltd. of NY Create New Look Principles of Management Resources Ltd. of NY, Bob Rahn and Kim Anklin, winners of the prestigious Investigator of the Year Awards from the states of New York and New Jersey for their unparalleled work in the case of Jonathan Fleming, announce a new look for their website. The website, NYSleuth.Com was re-designed by Progressive Element, LLC, working directly with Co-Founder, Ronen Divon. The new design allows web visitors to easily navigate the site and learn more about Management Resources and all that they have to offer. For over 20 years, Management Resources Ltd. of NY has provided investigative and legal support to clients by delivering solid evidence necessary to win their cases. Setting them apart from other agencies, they go beyond the case at hand and advocate for clients after their case resolution. Kim Anklin says, “During any investigation we are not advocates. We are independent and confidential fact-finders. Our goal is to uncover the truth for our clients without prejudice. When the investigation ends, and innocence is established, then advocacy and education …

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NYU Documentary Film Festival Features Jonathan Fleming, Bob Rahn & Kim Anklin in The Trouble with Innocence

  On Saturday, February 7, Bob Rahn and Kim Anklin of Management Resources LTD of NY will be attending the 2015 NYU News and Doc Film Festival. Director and journalist Yamiche Alcindor interviewed the pair for THE TROUBLE WITH INNOCENCE, her film account of the wrongful conviction and exoneration of Jonathan Fleming. A breaking news reporter for USA Today, Alcindor also covers social issues affecting the lives of people across the country. In her film THE TROUBLE WITH INNOCENCE she relates the conditions and deprivation of Jonathan Fleming, who was wrongly convicted of murder and serving a 25 years to life sentence before his April 2014 exoneration. Fleming was set free with only $93 to rebuild his life. She speaks with Fleming about his experience, his exoneration, the long term affects his conviction had on his family, his current situation, and his plans for the future. Also interviewed for the film is Kings County District Attorney, Kenneth Thompson whose office whose office inherited over 100 cases of questionable convictions being reviewed by the Conviction Review Unit which was …

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A Just Cause Radio Discusses Wrongful Convictions with Bob Rahn & Kim Anklin

  Highlighting injustices, especially those of the wrongfully convicted, is the mission of A Just Cause Radio hosts Sam Thurman and Cliff Stewart. By exposing the gritty truth they are educating audiences about judicial misconduct and the consequences to thousands of Americans held in prisons for crimes they did not commit. Guests on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 8pm Eastern are Bob Rahn and Kim Anklin of Management Resources LTD of NY, a private investigation agency which uncovered prosecutorial misconduct and new evidence which was responsible for the exoneration of Jonathan Fleming. Jonathan Fleming’s case made international headlines in April, 2014 when he was released after serving almost 25 years for murder. After investigating the case for a year, Bob Rahn and Kim Anklin were present in the court room when Fleming was exonerated. Rahn and Anklin have received high honors from their peers for their painstaking work on the Fleming case, and have managed to keep the best interest of their client in the forefront since his release. Since the conclusion of the Fleming case they have become outspoken advocates for the issue …