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Acting in what he believed to be self-defence at the time, he’d been out of his mind on meth and killed an innocent man.
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Jeremy said: “Melita makes me feel like not everyone has given up on me.
In a world so quick to shun people over a bad decision, I’ve found a one-of-a-kind connection with a woman who lives nearly 12,000 kilometres away.
Human rights activist Martin Gottesfeld is a pre-sentencing inmate facing felony conviction from Carmen Ortiz's office under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA).
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