John Remington Graham

The United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit Grants a Petition by Eight Distinguished Citizens Who Content That the Trial of the Boston Bomber Should not Have Been in Boston.

Speaking from his home in Canada, John Remington Graham details new, exciting developments in the Boston Bomber case: The United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit has granted a petition by eight distinguished citizens, including a retired judge of Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, who content that the trial should not have been in Boston. Graham also talks about how historical responsibility can benefit healthy societies, and proceeds to describe his experience and studies into corrupt judicial decisions, and at the end of the show he talks about life after death and near-death-experiences.      

Author Since: Apr 09, 2019

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