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Free Amanda Sperduti

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On March 17th, 2011, another innocent person entered the North Carolina prison system. Her name is Amanda Sperduti, or for those that know her well, "Mandy." She was in a car accident February 13th, 2010. Out of four people in the vehicle, Mandy was the only one to survive. What unfolded afterwards was an injustice. The investigating officer failed to follow protocal and allowed critical DNA evidence to be contaminated/destroyed. Mandy suffered a head injury that brought about retro-grade amnesia. Because of this injury, she has no memory of the accident or the events leading up to the accident. The evidence that didn't get destroyed was the damage to the steering wheel and dashboard. Mandy's injuries didn't match up. Also, Mandy's DNA was not found on the airbag.Three well respected experts stated the driver of this car couldn't have survived. Help us free this innocent person from the wrong doings of the judicial process.

Check out the website for more details on the injustice at amandasperduti.net.

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  • Simon Vergara
    Simon Vergara Canada, Richmond
    Jul 14, 2016
    Jul 14, 2016
    I really felt for the loss of three lives of people due to somebody made a wrongful Judgment to consume alcohol while behind the Driver's seat of the Car. It's also a criminal offence to give the keys to a drunk Driver to have him or her to have full control of the vehicle. Amanda could possibly face charges especially if that Vehicle is under her name.
  • Robert mclean
    Robert mclean United States, Dixon
    Apr 04, 2016
    Apr 04, 2016
    Law-enforcement rushed to judgment I myself have been involved in two major accidents and have seen countless others I have witnessed people thrones and vehicle and not in the same seat there originally started in I hope Amanda it's just us it's released and is back with her family she's already lost too many years of her life good luck
  • Greg Redman
    Greg Redman France, Falaise
    Apr 01, 2016
    Apr 01, 2016
    Have followed this case and whilst feeling extreme sorrow for the three young people who died and their families, I cannot see how all the evidence has been fully examined and considered, and therefore this would seem to me to be an unsafe conviction. Surely it must be morally and legally the right thing to do in re-examining this young lady's situation and the expert evidence to allow full justice to take its course. There must be reasonable doubt in the minds of so many people that Amanda was not, in fact, to blame. I hope that when this awful chapter of her life is truly over, she is able to rebuild her life and live without the tragic events of that awful night haunting her every day. Stay strong Amanda.
  • Carlos P
    Carlos P United States, Woodbridge
    Mar 29, 2016
    Mar 29, 2016
    If I didn't know what unfair was, then I would definitely call this unfair. This kind of things makes you wonder the kinds of people that are working inside the penal system, maybe even question who are the real criminals. Who are wrapped up in the middle of all of this. Seems to me authorities have not a problem with misusing their power. It's a shame. To bad we have to be the ones suffering through all this nonsense. All I could say is stay strong and be brave, living through some tough times.
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