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2012 Rally: CBS News Coverage


August 8, 2012: CBS News coverage of a rally in Woodland, CA where over 250 people showed up despite triple digit heat in support of Ajay Dev and his innocence.

2011 Rally: Marching to Free Ajay Dev


2011 Rally: Marching to Free Ajay Dev

2011 Rally: Evanne O'Donnell & Al Rojas


The video is from the 2011 Rally at Freeman Park in Woodland, California. Evanne O'Donnell and Al Rojas speaks on the wrongful conviction of Ajay Dev and the injustices in Yolo County. 

2011 Rally: CBS Report on Rally for Ajay Dev's Innocence

July 13, 2011 - Mike Dello Stritto from CSB News reporting on a rally attended by hundreds of people in support of a convicted rapist, whom they say is innocent.

2011 Rally: Max Easley


The video is from the 2011 Rally at Freeman Park in Woodland, California. Max Easley speaks on the wrongful conviction of Ajay Dev. 

2011 Rally: Peggy Dev


The video is from the 2011 Rally at Freeman Park in Woodland, California. Peggy Dev speaks on the wrongful conviction of her husband, Ajay Dev. 

2011 Rally: Tom Grothe


July 13, 2011 - Tom Grothe, "A crime has been committed and a man sits in jail. But the crime that was committed, is not the crime that that mans sits in jail for. And that man that sits in jail, was not guilty of the crime that was committed...." 

2011 Rally: Trial Reenactment


July 13, 2011 - A reenactment done at a rally for Ajay Dev of the accusers testimony at the trial which resulted in his wrongful conviction. 

2011 Rally: Lies, Lies and More Lies


July 13, 2011 - Sanjay Dev speaks at a rally in Woodland, CA regarding his brother's, Ajay Dev, wrongful conviction for rape. 

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    Find movies and documentaries centered around injustices that have happened in the United States. Injustice is a world wide problem. However in the United States we are all taught to believe that our system of justice has checks and balances so that people don't slide through the cracks. While this was the goal of the founding fathers, it has not held true in practice. More people have slipped through the cracks then is acceptable.