Pro-Justice

By Janet Kimani In San Juan Del Riò (México), Dafne McPherson, 29, was released on January 25th, 2019. This was after serving only three years out of her sixteen-year sentence. That’s great, right? Wrong. Dafne McPherson was sentenced for going through something that women all over the world experience, unfortunately, every single day. A devastating process of pain,Continue reading “Pro-Justice”

Il Vangelo secondo Cucchi: la parabola della Giustizia Selettiva Italiana

a cura di Giacomo Di Capua È un placido mercoledì sera, quello del 14 ottobre 2009, quando il geometra romano Stefano Cucchi viene dichiarato in stato di fermo, perquisito, trovato con più di 20 grammi di stupefacenti e condotto alla stazione Appia di Roma in custodia cautelare. Durante la prima udienza del 15 ottobre 2019,Continue reading “Il Vangelo secondo Cucchi: la parabola della Giustizia Selettiva Italiana”

The “Julian Assange” Dilemma: criminal or champion of justice?

by Aurora Ceccotti On Tuesday, November 18th, the Assange rape investigation was dropped. The co-founder of Wikileaks, however, still has to face 18 charges from the USA. He is, for instance, accused to have leaked thousands of classified documents and having broken into a Pentagon computer. The figure of Assange is incredibly controversial: on oneContinue reading “The “Julian Assange” Dilemma: criminal or champion of justice?”

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