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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Randy's Justice Tweets

Randy McCall posts his Criminal Justice Tweets (these are so great):

- Victim silence troubles sex-crimes investigators (Canada):

- Document: Activating a Victim Constituency in International Criminal Justice - Mark Findlay:

- VOICE UK Promoting Justice for Vulnerable Victims of Crime (UK):

- Technological means to access to justice? (Canada):

- Justice Department commemorates fifteen years of the Violence Against Women Act (USA):

- ICC launches new digital publication - the ICC Weekly Update:

- Indonesian rights groups condemn new stoning law:

- Egypt combats human trafficking:

- Fight against rape a brutal wait (Liberia):

- Document: The Use of Truth-Telling Devices in Sexual Assault Investigations (USA):

- Man seeks government compensation for son killed by pedophile (Canada):

- UK plans to tackle hate crime and provide better support to victims:

- US DOJ Crime in the US 2008:

- Today is the third anniversary of the shooting at Dawson College (Montreal, Qc, Canada):

- DNA backlog delays cause frustration, concerns (Louisiana, USA)

- U.S. gives new rights to Afghan prisoners (USA):

- Judge rejects victim's plea to set aside attacker's plea deal (California, USA):

- Cybercrime has surpassed illegal drug trafficking as a criminal moneymaker (USA):

- Human rights lawyer seeks change in laws: ‘If a man has sex with wife without her consent, it’s rape’ (Nigeria):

- U.S. Sentencing Commission urged to give judges more flexibility:

- Acid attack victim gets surgery, but not justice (Pakistan):

- Tourist in Belfast says: "My rape was shock news, so why did you forget about it and me so quickly?" (N. Ireland):

- Human Rights Watch: letter to South African and European Union governments in advance of EU-South Africa Summit:

- Identity theft victims could seek compensation (Michigan, USA):

- Amnesty International says Iran rape victims at renewed risk:

- Sometimes the victim is at fault, argues Rutgers–Newark Law Professor Vera Bergelson in new book:

- U.S. remembers victims of September 11 attacks:

- Left to die, survivor now seeks justice (USA):

- U.S. Citizen arraigned on charges of International Sex Tourism (USA, DOJ):

- Kent Victim Support workers recognized (UK):

- Judge uses public shaming as punishment in some cases (USA):

- DNA pioneer calls for innocent to be taken off database:


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