From The Big House To Your House has two hundred easy to prepare recipes for meals,
snacks and desserts. The recipes can be made from basic items a prisoner can purchase
from their commissary, or people on the outside can purchase from a convenience or
grocery store. Click here for the book's webpage that has order information.
Kirstin Blaise Lobato filed a 770-page state habeas corpus petition in May 2010 detailing
her actual innocence of a 2001 Las Vegas murder. The entire habeas petition is available
in a 792-page book from Justice Denied.
The human cost of the anti-Communist witch-hunt during the McCarthy era is brought
to life in Phantom Spies: Phantom Justice – Miriam Moskowitz’ personal account of
that terrible time. Ms. Moskowitz’ was arrested in 1950 and prosecuted for conspiracy
to obstruct justice during a grand jury investigation of suspected Soviet espionage.
She was sensationally branded by the prosecution and in news stories as part of an
atom bomb spy ring.
Yet it was a lie. And her prosecutors knew it was a lie.
Phantom Spies: Phantom Justice reveals through Ms. Moskowitz’ many years of diligent
research of court records, FBI documents and other sources that her prosecutors knew
she was innocent, and yet kept silent as the lone witness against her repeatedly
lied during his testimony. After she was convicted of conspiracy to obstruct justice
FBI officials and the government’s lawyers also remained silent as she was sentenced
to two years in federal prison and fined $10,000. Now in her mid-90s, Ms. Moskowitz
has lived for 62 years with the false stigma of being a convicted felon and an enemy
of the United States.
The book includes FBI documents with proof of her innocence that the prosecutors
concealed from her lawyers, the trial judge, the jurors, and the appeals court judges
who upheld her conviction in 1951.
Phantom Spies, Phantom Justice is published by Justice Denied / The Justice Institute.