Daily Archives: September 28, 2010

Leahy To Introduce Reauthorization Of Landmark Justice For All Act


Patricky Leahy Website
The Justice for All Act made modest but rare reforms in the way the death penalty is used in the criminal justice system. It also improved support services for crime victims, and provided important tools and assistance to help state and local governments use DNA evidence to convict guilty offenders and exonerate the innocent. The Justice for All Reauthorization Act will extend, strengthen and improve many of the 2004 reforms.

Amateur search group claims grave of Russia’s ‘man in iron mask’ found


Rianovosti Russia
The remains of Ivan VI of Russia, an ousted Russian 18th century infant tsar who spent most of his life in solitary confinement, have probably been found in northern Russia, the head of an amateur search group said on Monday.

Remains of More than ten fallen Finnish wartime MIAs found this year in Russia


HELSINGIN SANOMAT Finland
”I phoned my children and told them that my father was coming home”, says Maija Kivipelto, 74, recalling the moment some years ago when she heard that the body of her father Juho Niemi had been found – almost 70 years after he had died.

DNA samples from Indian millionaire’s family needed


The Star Online Kuala Lumpur
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian police are seeking Interpol’s assistance in the case of the missing multi-millionaire Indian businessman who was allegedly last seen with the two lawyer brothers being held over the murder of Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya and three others.