The verdict arrived nearly 39 years to the day Joseph Salvati, Peter Limone, Louis Greco and Henry Tameleo were convicted of a murder they did not commit. Both Greco and Tameleo would die behind bars while Salvati and Limone would serve 30 years of a life sentence for a crime based on the untruthful testimony of Joseph The Animal Barboza, a valuable FBI informant in the 1960s.
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5 Oct 07 On Sunday, High Sheriff of Nottingham Peter Moore will join survivors of genocide perpetrated in both the 20th and 21st centuries at the Holocaust Centre near Laxton home of the Aegis Trust to mark the 12th anniversary of the Centres opening.
5 Oct 07 Activists and Darfuri survivors of ethnic cleansing rallied outside Parliament on 4th October to demand the Home Office put an immediate stop to the removal of Darfuri Africans to Khartoum.
Following the release today of a report by the Aegis Trust containing shocking evidence of the torture of Darfuri Africans removed by the Home Office from the UK to Khartoum, the Home Office has indicated that it is now considering a change of policy.