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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Leo wins Guggenheim Fellowship

Leo richard Richard Leo (University of San Francisco School of Law) has won a Guggenheim Fellowship for a book he is writing (with Tom Wells) on the history of the problem of wrongful conviction in America and the rise of the innocence movement, which is tentatively entitled, The Innocence Revolution.

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Congratulations Mr. Leo. Don't forget to include the great state of confusion aka: 'Texas' in your footwork. A very wise man once said that "Invitations to the Revolution are not Engraved" but there comes a time when we must consider it.

Your book - 'The innocence Revolution' in conjunction with 'Ordinary Injustice' by Mrs. Amy Bach are engraved invitations. If only we the public at large would wake up in time to accept it. Good luck in your endeavors. Thanks.

Posted by: The Team | May 6, 2011 9:59:22 AM

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