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'Fairbanks Four' Seek Truth, Freedom As Evidentiary Hearing Begins

 


As four weeks of evidentiary hearings began October 5 in a Fairbanks courtroom, April Monroe and other supporters of the Fairbanks Four prayed for justice – not just for the four men they say were imprisoned for a murder they didn’t commit, but also for John Hartman, the teenager who died after an act of random violence on a street corner one cold Fairbanks night 18 years ago.

“He was a victim of a hate crime,” Monroe said of Hartman. The person or persons responsible for Hartman’s death have not had to answer for the crime, and because of that “he was denied justice.”

Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2015/10/06/fairbanks-four-seek-truth-freedom-evidentiary-hearing-begins-161980

 

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