All posts tagged: justice

Randy Williams is a free man

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, …

Shattered Lives: Special Guest, Attorney Michelle Cruz, Lady Justice, and Parole of a Killer

SHATTERED LIVES with Donna R. Gore, “LadyJustice” Examining the effects of those who have survived violent crime and how it has impacted their lives. Real people, real tragedy, real help. Saturdays at 5pm ET Listen LIVE:  CLICK HERE Where is justice and how long does it last? In a little over a year, Shattered Lives has presented information about many whose lives have been shattered as victims of various types of crime. Guests have told their stories, offered resources for crime victims, and consoled, comforted and created new connections for listeners of the show. On this show, host, Donna R. Gore (LadyJustice) will reveal her personal story about the murder of her father 34 years ago. The person responsible for the murder is up for parole and she will let listeners in on what happens to families and how they are affected long term. It’s a cycle that’s never over, the ripple effect of one crime which continues to splash into all areas of a victim’s life. Attorney Michelle Cruz has been consulted by Gore’s family to help …

Very Special Guest, Gil Harrington on The Susan Murphy Milano Show, “Time’s Up!”

The Susan Murphy Milano Show, “Time’s Up!” RE-BROADCAST Listen at: Here Women Talk “Help Save the Girl Next Door” We are so proud and honored to have Gil Harrington as the guest for the hour.  An amazing woman in her own right, she and her husband Dan have been the voice for their murdered daughter, Morgan Harrington. On October 17, 2009 Gil Harrington’s life was forever changed when her beautiful daughter, Morgan, came up missing from a Metallica concert she attended in Charlottesville, VA.  The country took notice, assistance poured in from all over, but her lifeless remains were not found until January, 26, 2010 in a remote field in Albemarle County, VA on Anchorage Farm.  Morgan was taken from this world just as she was becoming a woman recognizing her potential. For some, it might be the end of the story, a resolution, but until those who took Morgan Harrington’s bright light from this world are brought to justice, the Harrington family will continue to seek that the scales of justice to be balanced. In …

Crime Wire Investigates! Hope for the Holidays

You can hear Crime Wire Investigates beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern. Also, please visit our Crime Wire Website. Together we can make a difference. LISTEN LIVE: http://blogtalkradio.com/crimewire Putting aside the tragedies and crimes in the headlines, the Crime Wire Team takes a look at HOPE. Where does hope spring from in light of the never ending negativity that seems to surround our world? Where do we find hope and how can we get it?  The guests will share their experiences of finding hope while facing adversity, as well as where everyone can tap into it’s source! Donna R. Gore, M.A. What can you learn about overcoming the status of crime victim? Donna Gore learned the lessons starting in 1981 when her father was murdered.  After waiting 6 long years for justice, the journey she was on turned into a passion for helping others in similar situations.  Donna was able to transform a negative situation into a positive approach to life through gathering with other victims and aiding them through their own traumas. Donna Gore, affectionately known as “LadyJustice,” is …

Crime Wire Investigates: 40 Years to Justice

You can hear Crime Wire Investigates beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern. Also, please visit our Crime Wire Website. Together we can make a difference. LISTEN LIVE: http://blogtalkradio.com/crimewire Crime Wire will devote a full hour to a story about a grandson who found his grandfather’s killer after more than 40 years. Dr. Clem Pellett, an oral surgeon who lives in Washington State, will share an old family story that focuses on two men: Clarence Pellett…a grandfather that Dr. Clem Pellett never knew…and a drifter named Frank Dryman. On April 4, 1951, Clarence Pellett picked up hitchhiker near Shelby Montana. The hitchhiker was Dryman, then a 19 year old drifter who was carrying a gun. Dryman shot and killed Clarence Pellett and left him by the side of a mountain road. Dryman took the car and drove to Canada where he was later arrested for the murder. After several trials and appeals, Dryman was convicted and sentenced to life in prison, then paroled in 1969. Less than two years after his parole, Dryman disappeared. Corrections authorities listed him as “absconded”. And …