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My Story

by Kristina Cole, ©2023       May 19, 2023 My name is Kristina Cole and I am a 49-year-old black single mother of now three grown children.  Seven years ago at 42 years of age, I was arrested and later convicted of two counts of Conspiracy – Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine in a Drug Free Zone and […]

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America Was Founded by Conspiracy Realists … Like Tucker Carlson

by John Zmirak, originally published at The Stream and reprinted with permission, ©2023 (Jan. 25, 2023) — If you weren’t watching Tucker Carlson last Friday, you missed the most important 15 minutes of television in decades. In a brief, pungent, fact-packed monologue, Carlson adduced the most important facts of our present political crisis, and key […]

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Jason White Interviewed on “Shedding Light”

by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 26, 2022) — On Tuesday afternoon, Tennessee convict Jason Lamar White spoke with “Shedding Light” host Leonna Abraham Brandao, whose show focuses on wrongful convictions and issues arising from incarceration. “Blogtalk Radio Shedding Light was initiated to expose injustices in the Communities, Prisons, Government and beyond,” the show’s page states. “People […]

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Will New Prosecutor Make a Difference in Former Law-Enforcement Officer’s False Conviction?

by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 3, 2022) — On Thursday, former Shelby County, TN Sheriff’s deputy Earley Story, who was falsely-accused in 1997 of selling marijuana to an undercover informant and convicted in 1999, asked the 30th Judicial District to file his complaint over the wrongful conviction in his ongoing quest to clear his name after […]

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Another Bait-and-Switch: Judge Issues Ruling 15 Days after Retirement, Contradicting Docket

by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 15, 2022) — In a ruling expected Thursday, a post-conviction petition filed more than two years ago by Tennessee inmate Jason Lamar White was denied, albeit by a judge who retired 15 days ago. The merits of White’s petition received a hearing in early July over three days, with White representing […]

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At Last Minute, “Carter” No Longer Jurist in Jason White Case

by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 14, 2022) — The online docket record of Tennessee inmate Jason Lamar White now reflects that the newly-elected criminal court judge in Shelby County will issue a ruling Thursday on White’s post-conviction hearing which took place over two months ago. Judge Robert “Bobby” Carter, Jr. had presided over those hearings as […]

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Tennessee Inmate Jason White Interviews with David Tulis

by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 13, 2022) — On Monday morning, NoogaRadio host David Tulis hosted Tennessee inmate Jason Lamar White for a phone interview from prison lasting approximately 40 minutes. The interview begins at 5:27 here: In 2017, White was convicted in the Shelby County Criminal Court without any definitive evidence connecting him to […]

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Report: “Retired” Judge to Make Ruling September 15

by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 10, 2022) — A ruling is expected September 15 on the post-conviction petition of Tennessee inmate Jason Lamar White, according to Shelby County Criminal Court Clerk Heidi Herron as relayed by White’s mother, Kimberly White. Herron works with the elected clerk, Heidi Kuhn, and has been employed with the criminal court […]

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Will Shelby County’s New DA Be Different Than the Old?

by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 25, 2022) — A group of Shelby County citizens have launched a petition asking newly-elected District Attorney General Steve Mulroy (D) to investigate “corruption, collusion and cover-up” pertaining to two criminal cases overseen by his predecessor, Amy Weirich. On August 4, Mulroy won election over Weirich, who served in the position […]