Myths of Justice #5: Human Memories Are Reliable Much of what we do in the courtroom relies on human memory. When a witness is asked to testify about past events, the accuracy of his account depends not only on his initial perception, but on the
Episode One of Unjust Justice delves into the widely publicized shooting of Tupac Shakur at Quad Studios in New York City. We hear never-before-heard taped conversations from 1995 with Rosemond, Notorious B.I.G., and Randy “Stretch” Walker, who was entering the studio with Tupac that fateful
Myths of Justice #10: Police Are Objective in Their Investigations Police investigators have vast discretion about what leads to pursue, which witnesses to interview, what forensic tests to conduct and countless other aspects of the investigation. Police also have a unique opportunity to manufacture or
When people think about how our criminal justice system tries to avoid convicting innocent people, they probably think of the second half-hour of a “Law & Order” episode: defense attorneys making motions to thwart the prosecutor, jurors furrowing their brows as they wonder whether the
“When I looked at the trial transcripts of the cases and the evidence presented in court, I knew I wanted to delve deeper into Jimmy’s story. His name has been inserted into many conspiracy theories in the industry and I wanted to set the record straight,
New York, NY, January 19, 2016 – Go To Ground News announces Unjust Justice – The Jimmy Rosemond Tapes, a 10-episode web series premiering February 1, 2015 on gotoground.com. One of Hip Hop’s most paradoxical executives, Jimmy Rosemond, is behind bars serving a life sentence.
Read the full preface: A Reasonable Doubt of Justice