Itching for news on Phelps Collins, don’t go far…..
A big shout out and welcome to the folks over at the Criminal Justice Legal Foundation, whose blog ran a write up about our op-ed in the Washington Post. We appreciate the attention as our community works together to help bring justice to the tragic murder of Robert Wone.
The Criminal Justice Legal Foundation was established in 1982 as a nonprofit, public interest law organization dedicated to restoring a balance between the rights of crime victims and the criminally accused.
The Foundation’s dispassionate, low-profile approach has resulted in scores of U.S. Supreme Court decisions having a national effect to reduce the length, complexity and expense of appeals, recognize the rights and needs of child crime victims, and improve law enforcement’s ability to identify and prosecute all types of criminals.
Hopefully they will bring us some new eyeballs and additional thoughts as the third anniversary of Robert’s murder approaches, and as we all move towards the trial in May.
STRAY CAT STRUT: Don’t stray too far because everyone’s favorite cat torturer and Michael Price cohort in crime, Phelps Collins, will be sentenced today. The editors will be on hand and scratching out a post later on that.