Tag Archives: January 2017

Oral Argument: April 4, 2017

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 will be an important day for Jeffrey Wogenstahl. Oral argument has been scheduled for that day,* to consider whether his Ohio trial court lacked jurisdiction to try him (Jeff has a strong case that because the … Continue reading

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Peggy Garrett: Impeached Testimony

Before her death Amber Garrett, the 10 year-old victim in Jeffrey Wogenstahl’s case, was suffering at the hands of her mother. Suppressed police records contain Amber’s school journal entry*, written days before her murder, in which she described a vicious … Continue reading

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Burning at the Stake

Ohio has introduced a lethal injection protocol as cruel and unusual as “burning at the stake, crucifixion, and breaking on the wheel” (examples of punishments which the US constitution forbids as cruel and unusual). The state is emboldened by a … Continue reading

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