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Demonstration and Request for a Federal Investigation

On Monday, October 19, 2009 the Justice Reform Coalition organized a demonstration and march, starting at the Sacramento County DA's office and ending at the Federal Building where the demonstrators asked the Federal Department of Justice to investigate the Sacramento and Yolo County DA's offices and their practices.


October 7, 2009: Radio Interview on KDRT

The 2nd radio interview on KDRT by David Greenwald with Reverand Odeye and Albert Bifarelli regarding Ajay Dev's case, highlighting key points in the case and trial. If you missed the live show you can click here to listen to a recording of the show.

August 11, 2009: Demonstration for Ajay Dev in front of Yolo County DA's Office

On August 7, 2009 Ajay Dev, a man whom hundreds of supporters have come to believe is innocent was sentenced to 378 years, 4 months. Local newspapers commented on the fundamental unfairness of a 378 year sentence for a first time conviction. Four days later, Ajay's friends, coworkers and family felt compelled to gather in front of the Yolo County Superior Court and District Attorney's office to speak out against the wrongful conviction and show their support of Ajay, even though he had just been convicted of rape.


September 9, 2009: Radio Interview on KDRT

Radio Show Interview by David Greenwald of the Davis Vanguard with Reverand Odeye and Albert Bifarelli regarding Ajay Dev's case. Click here to listen. 

ONE YEAR LATER: The Fight for Justice Stronger Than Ever

378 Year Sentence Will Not Stop the Fight for Innocence


August 22, 2009 Organizations Upset With Yolo County DA Unite In A Common Voice

On Saturday, August 22, 2009 the Justice Coalition organized a march and press conference with approximately 300 people representing various groups expressing their outrage and frustration with the Yolo County DA's Office, the District Attorney Jeff Reisig and the Yolo County Sheriff. Marchers called for an Independent Federal Investigation.