Although it took a month longer than initially planned, the highly anticipated and newly revised web site is now up and running. Better late than never. The new site, www.justice4nifong.com is a great improvement over the previous site on geocities.com. Users will find the new site far easier to navigate and notice that it includes additional features. "Issues and Individuals" is a section that will use multimedia to profile Mr. Nifong, members of the Committee on Justice for Mike Nifong, Duke Lacrosse defendants, NC Attorney General Roy Cooper, as well as defendants and prosecutors associated with other important criminal cases. Issues presented in the section will include the Duke Lacrosse case, the James Arthur Johnson case, the Floyd Brown case, and other cases impacting the criminal justice system. Populating this site will take some time, and the multimedia presentations are not quite yet ready for posting.
The Documents section is comprised of investigative papers, research, articles, legal documents, important correspondence, and a sundry of other types of documents. Because of the large number of documents at hand, the process of cateloguing them and posting them will be both intensive and time-consuming, but our staff will work to get them uploaded as expeditiously as possible.
Episode II of "The MIsAdventures of Super-Duper Cooper" is titled "To Hell and Back: the Travails of the Un-indicted Duke LAXers" is comprised of four parts, the first of which will appear Sunday, February 15th. The remaining three episodes will follow at weekly intervals.
Blogs will be available for access from the "Blogs" section, which will also include a link to the blog site containing the most recently published posts.
The Break Even Marketplace, though not presently active, will carry items that are supportive of Mike Nifong. They will be sold at cost and at no profit to the Committee on Justice for Mike Nifong. That is because profit is not our goal... distribution of supportive Mike Nifong merchandise is.
Finally, the Home page will contain news items and scheduled events of interest to our target audience, individuals interested in "equal justice for all."
The entire site is ever-changing and in constant flux, and with time, it will grow and develop. We are sure that you will find it enlightening and entertaining, and we encourage feedback and comments from the web site users.