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A Texas woman is released from an unjust prison term, and bloggers played a role. For example, consider this fine dissection of the sentencing judge's explanation, or this summary plus call for action. Via Lester Spence, who then discusses the black left blogosphere.
April 02, 2007 at 05:59 in Weblogs | Permalink
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she was only 14 when she was detained and 15 when she was released. this was a child and now she has been freed ! More power to the Blogosphere!
Matt Brookman |
April 02, 2007 at 11:28
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