"Supreme Court rulings could free child rapist" who claims he was never told about a plea deal before his 1995 trial

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Two recent Supreme Court rulings dealing with attorneys mishandling plea deals may affect an earlier case in Maryland, that of John Joseph Merzbacher, who is currently serving four life terms. Tricia Bishop is covering this case for The Baltimore Sun.

"Supreme Court decisions renew interest in petition fighting convicted child rapist's release"

http://tinyurl.com/7a9s8dv

for additional reading on this case :
http://www.baltimoresun.com/search/dispatcher.front?Query=merzbacher&target=adv_article

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Stop the pain ...
break the chain ...
break the links of silence and shame that bind one abuse victim to the next ...
if you've been abused, please find the strength in yourself to report it ...
free others from suffering the same pain that you have been through ...
and in doing so, free yourself.

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