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Ryan Ferguson Describes His First Day Outside Prison to Morning …

13 November 2013 | 3:13 pm Ryan Ferguson, who was released from prison yesterday after a court overturned his murder conviction and 40-year sentence, spoke to a variety of news media outlets on life outside of prison, how he made it through almost a  http://www.mediaite.com/tv/ryan-ferguson-describes-his-first-day-outside-prison-to-morning-shows/

Next Stop, Dairy Queen: Ryan Ferguson Holds Presser After …

13 November 2013 | 2:33 am Ryan Ferguson left prison tonight after his murder sentence was overturned by an appeals court, and after he was released a free man he held a press conference to talk about his experience, thank people for their support,  http://www.mediaite.com/online/next-stop-dairy-queen-ryan-ferguson-holds-presser-after-release-from-jail/

WATCH: Ryan Ferguson Leaves Prison After Sentence Overturned …

13 November 2013 | 12:52 am Ryan Ferguson has been freed from prison tonight after an appeals court overturned his murder sentence, ruling he did not receive a fair trial. http://www.mediaite.com/online/watch-ryan-ferguson-released-from-prison-after-sentence-overturned/


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My Favorite Song Writers – Japan CD – NEW Ryan Ferguson Jim Ward Lars Heintz

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  • Lwhhow says:

    Are US Jurors Just Often Bad People? I ask because of all the….wrongful convictions…I know everyone blames the ‘system’, it’s the prosecutors fault, the defense, the judges fault….Is there any evidence to bare this out?
    Yes, sometimes they mess up or are corrupt…but…it’s the Jury who convicts!
    I think it’s ‘their’ fault….the peoples fault…on the juries. They are not held responsible nor punished for their wrong decisions, often they are not even awake in court.
    Most recent case….Ryan Ferguson…
    The facts are well known….no motive, no weapon, no prior record, no evidence at all tying him to the crime…except a hearsay ‘confession’ to police sweated out of a so called co-Defendant (recanted), a known alcohol/ drug abuser with memory lapses and low IQ, and a ‘eye’ witness (later recanted)…who said he could ID a guys face in pitch black night, in misty cold weather from 100’s of feet away, but did not see the crime occur.
    The Jury convicted…it was absurd. Ferguson has now after a decade been freed/ exonerated, but what about the Jury who committed this offence? Is the ‘system’ bad or are the Jurors bad?
    Their standard is supposed to be….proof beyond all doubt (that is reasonable)….Instead they convict nearly everyone sent before them?
    In 15 years in criminal justice I have seen jurors asleep, playing tic tack toe, doing crossword puzzles, and being drunk. I have talked to juries/ jurors who would talk to me after who said they would convict ‘anyone’ because they…
    Didn’t want to be there.
    Weren’t being paid enough.
    Didn’t care what happened.
    To convict was just ‘easy’ and would get them out of there.
    Didn’t want to, or couldn’t concentrate on the case because it was ‘too confusing’.
    Bad juries or bad system? Maybe we should require intelligence tests for jurors, maybe pay them more (like 500% more)? Have professional juries? Or just have computers be a jury.
    I’m talking murder cases, the Jury has a persons life in it’s hands, that’s how they behave and they get it wrong 20% of the time, and no one blames….’them’?

  • Robert says:

    Ryan Giggs Overrated? I think his a very good player and he has been consisten through out his career, but i don’t think he should be mentioned with footballs greats, as good as he was in his prime he was never alongside the best players, he was never a player that was even considered for a a ballon do’r, never alongside the figos, zidanez, henry, or ronaldos, there is a reason why he never won a proper english player o the year Based on talent he should not be considered one of the best of all time in the world. he has won a lot of titles and so has Arbeloa. any other big team in the world, bayern munich, barcelona, real madrid….he would have been sold long time ago. He has stayed so long at manchester because he was one of Fergusons favourites, which in my opinion has more to do with him being british rather than his talent.
    I’m not a ten year old, and i have seen Ryan Giggs play for a long time, and have seen videos of him.

  • Looking Forward To The Biggest Fixture In The English Football Calender ? Liverpool against Manchester United is one of the great encounters in world football.

    The media are always looking for an angle and would have us believe that United vs. City or Liverpool vs. Everton are equally important. They’re not. ~ bleacher report.

    The Liverpool F.C.–Manchester United F.C. rivalry is a footballing rivalry between English clubs Liverpool and Manchester United. It is considered to be one of the biggest rivalry matches in England.

    The clubs are also the two most successful teams in England; between them they have won 120 honours: 59 for Liverpool and 61 for Manchester United. As well as competing on the football pitch, both teams are also two of the biggest-earning, and widely-supported, football clubs in the world. ~ wiki.

    Long-serving Manchester United player Ryan Giggs claimed that Liverpool against Manchester United is “probably the most famous fixture in English football”.

    Great Managers, Great Players

    Both clubs have had great Scottish managers: Busby and Ferguson for United; Shankly and Paisley for Liverpool.
    Hi-res-1215466_crop_exact Phil Cole/Getty Images

    Between them, Liverpool (59) and United (61) have won 120 major trophies.

    Every club on the planet has its own folk heroes, but United and Liverpool have more than most. There isn’t enough space to list them all.

    For United, there are Edwards, Charlton, Law, Best, Cantona, Scholes, Giggs, Beckham, Ronaldo and Rooney. And for Liverpool, Callaghan, St John, Smith, Hughes, Keegan, Dalglish, Souness, Rush, Gerrard and Carragher, just to name a few.


    September 1st 2013 – Anfield – Kick Off 1.30pm – England’s ‘El Classico’ 😉

    My heart says we’ll WIN 😉
    Alkim yes PAisley was english but that stupid report that i COPIED n PAsted from has fecking fecked thigns up lol

    • Curator says:

      Regardless of position on the table, this fixture promises to be amazing, three days into the season! I reckon it’ll be a goalfest, my prediction…. LIV 3-2 MAN


  • Alex says:

    Ultimate Premier League Team ? Ultimate premier league team
    Best prem team ever in your eyes 

    GK:Van Der Sar
    LB:Cole.06/07 season
    CB:Terry.08/09 season

    Alan shearer 
    Denis bergkamp 
    Tony Adams 
    Jamie carragher 

    • Curator says:

      Formation (4-4-2)

      Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson (Manchester United)

      The obvious choice – beating Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho to the crown with 12 Premier League titles, five FA Cups, four League Cups and 10 Charity/Community Shields to his name. Arguably the greatest manager ever to have lived.

      Goalkeeper: Peter Schmeichel (Manchester United)

      A member of the treble winning team in 1999, the great Dane’s big presence and outstanding shot stopping makes him our number one. Edwin van der Sar was the closest person to replacing him between the sticks at United but even he was not in the same bracket.

      Right-back: Gary Neville (Manchester United)

      England’s long serving defender was formidable when at Old Trafford. He built an excellent partnership with David Beckham down the right side and his ability to attack as well as defend makes him our best right back.

      His defensive attributes edge him above everyone else as many full-backs these days are converted from wingers and their defensive duties get undone too regularly.

      Centre-back: John Terry (Chelsea)

      Another successful player also known as the leader and he captain’s the side. His organisation, motivational speeches and ability to lead by example make him an obvious selection.

      He’s won everything from the domestic title, FA Cups, League Cups and the illustrious Champions League. Excellent professional on the pitch.

      Centre-back: Nemanja Vidic (Manchester United)

      The Serbian is a solid as they come. His bravery, strength and skill to read the game make him the second centre-half. He proved to be a bargain for Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford and he beats the likes of Jaap Stam and Sami Hyypia to the award.

      Left-back: Ashley Cole (Arsenal/Chelsea)

      A member of the 100 England caps club who is also the most decorated FA Cup winner ever. Winning titles at Arsenal and Chelsea shows what an outstanding career he has had.

      His energy is second to none and defensively he is one of the greatest ever left-backs in the world.

      Right-midfield: Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United)

      His final two seasons at Old Trafford took the Premier League to a different level. His goal scoring exploits earned him a world record breaking £80m move to Real Madrid.

      His hard work and natural technical ability makes him arguably the best footballer on the planet at present and many neutrals will be hoping he can make a move back to the greatest league in the world.

      Centre-midfield: Paul Scholes (Manchester United)

      He is the best passer of a ball since the Premier League began. Both short and long he dictated games for years and years and still he can put in a good shift.

      Players such as Xavi and Zidane idolise him which is a compliment itself and England sorely missed him when he retired early from the international scene.

      Centre-midfield: Frank Lampard (West Ham/Chelsea)

      He has been a goal machine ever since he stepped on the Upton Park turf. He then joined Chelsea and has only improved season-in season-out.

      He has scored over 200 goals for Chelsea and he has hit over 150 Premier League goals. He’s an outstanding footballer and Chelsea will be sorry if they don’t renew his contract.

      Left-midfield: Ryan Giggs (Manchester United)

      He was there on the first day the league started. He has gone on to win endless amounts of trophies and has set a record of appearances which will possibly never be beaten.

      The Welsh wizard has scored several fantastic goals and has notched a goal in ever single season which is 21 in a row and counting. He is a wonderful player and in his day had pace to burn and still his stamina is as good as the other top stars now.

      Striker: Alan Shearer (Blackburn/Newcastle)

      The highest Premier League goal scorer ever. He has 260 goals for former champions Blackburn Rovers and two-time runners-up Newcastle United.

      A true legend in the game who cut his England career short having bagged 30 goals in just 63 appearances. The Geordie’s record goals record will take some beating and will continue to last a few seasons yet.

      Striker: Thierry Henry (Arsenal)

      Arsenal’s talisman in the ‘Invincibles’ team. He is also their record goal scorer after being converted from a left winger to a striker by Arsene Wenger.

      He scored some incredible goals both individually and linking up with his team-mates and his inclusion is justified ahead of some outstanding strikers.

      Substitutes who could easily be included:

      David Seaman
      Sami Hyypia
      Patrick Vieira
      David Beckham
      David Ginola
      Robert Pires
      Gianfranco Zola

    • Curator says:

      GK: Peter Schmeichel

      LB: Ashley Cole
      CB: Jaap Stam
      CB: Nemanja Vidic
      RB: Gary Neville

      LW: Ryan Giggs
      CM: Paul Scholes
      CM: Frank Lampard
      RW: Cristiano Ronaldo

      LS: Alan Shearer
      RS: Thierry Henry

      MANAGER: Sir Alex Ferguson

      SUBS: Beckham, Keane, Pires, Terry, Ferdinand, Cech, Cantona

      Maybe switch either Keane or Cantona for Solksjaer.

  • All Time Starting Line Up And Starting Rotation For Your Favorite Team? Rotation:

    DH- (AL Fans) NL fans just put a pitcher in for this since there is no DH in your league.

    No need to explain any choices but the more detailed and thought out, the better chance you have for BA. Feel free to include a list of all time relievers if you wish. However, that’s not a requirement. I think there is enough work cut out for you (;


    • Curator says:

      Thanks for putting an interesting question out there:

      Texas Rangers

      SP- Nolan Ryan
      SP- Yu Darvish
      SP- Kevin Brown
      SP- Ferguson Jenkins
      SP- Charlie Hough

      C- Ivan Rodriguez
      1B- Will Clark
      2B- Julio Franco
      3B- Adrian Beltre
      SS- Michael Young
      OF- Ruben Sierra
      OF- Juan Gonzalez
      OF- Josh Hamilton
      DH- Larry Parrish

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