Portrait of Mahatma Gandhi by Anand Jon featured at University of Southern California

Sacramento, California, April 8-10: 
The ‘Reform-A-Nation’ panel held preliminary meetings with California legislators to discuss the epidemic of wrongful convictions and its potential solutions.

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October 17th 2018 Anand Jon Alexander, Receiving his Dean’s List level GED (Otay Mesa) while in prison and is planning to take multiple College degrees ( while waiting for his freedom)


Mahatma Gandhi Portrait – By Anand Jon


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Anand Jon and Sanjana Jon, Brother and sister power team up for Truth, Justice and freedom Aug 18'2019
April 2019 Anand Jon painting Mahatma Gandhi portrait Projectpaint.org covered by photographer Peter Merts
Photograph by Peter Merts

California Welcomes“REFORM-A-NATION” Campaign to Reverse Wrongful Convictions and UCLA Law School’s Call to End Mass Incarceration. LOS ANGELES, CA, April 23, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ — The California State Capitol building in Sacramento was the epicenter for the “REFORM-A-NATION” panel where preliminary meetings with the legislative teams from Governor Gavin Newsom, Senator Nancy Skinner, Senator Holly Mitchell, Assemblyman Ash Kalra, Assemblyman Reggie Jones-Sawyer, and Assistant Majority Whip Assemblyman Rob Banta discussed the epidemic of wrongful convictions and its potential solutions.Read more..

Portrait of Mahatma Gandhi by Anand Jon
This class is conducted by Project PAINT; students are working on individual projects, as well as a communal class project.

Dallas prosecutors move to dismiss all charges against Anand Jon

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Dallas prosecutors move to dismiss all charges against Anand JonAfter indicting (June 2007) Anand Jon on three felony counts and dragging those charges for more than a decade, the Dallas District Attorney’s Office has now dismissed ALL   charges in response to Anand Jon’s demand for immediate trial at the Dallas Court Room of the Honorable Judge Brandon Birmingham. Anand Jon has suffered 11 years of a draconian 59 years to life prison sentence and continues to hold steadfast to his innocence. There was neither physical evidence (not a single “scratch” on anyone), nor were there any percipient witnesses to corroborate any criminal conduct. Additionally, Anand Jon passed a lie detector test to further prove his innocence. In April 2007, despite finding that Anand Jon had no history of violence, he was not a flight risk, and he was not a threat to anyone, Judge Elden Fox of the Beverly Hills’ court set Anand Jon’s bail at $1.3 million dollars, which was promptly paid. However, Beverly Hills Police Department (“BHPD”) re-arrested Anand Jon during a court hearing (Jun. 12, 2007) by convincing the Dallas Police to file these Dallas charges (the same claims that had already been investigated and rejected earlier in Dec. 2006) which in turn revoked Anand Jon’s California bail and crippled his defense. Beverly Hills Police Department Det. George Elwell testified, and the L.A. prosecution assured the L.A. trial court, that they had “met their burden” and turned over everything and had run background searches on all prosecution witnesses wherein they found no criminal records or impeachment evidence whatsoever. However, at least five criminal convictions, multiple acts of moral turpitude, and impeachment involving the prosecution witnesses has since been confirmed to have existed during that time but was withheld from Anand Jon’s defense team and the trial jury. The Brady errors and subsequent prejudice is self-evident because the jury found Anand Jon “not guilty” and/or “hung” on those complainants for whom similar criminal records or impeachment were revealed to the jury. Despite providing substantial amounts of newly discovered and previously withheld evidence by the BHPD that pointed not just to Anand Jon’s factual innocence, but showed he was the victim of a conspiracy among scorned women and disgruntled business associates, the Dallas District Attorney moved to dismiss all charges against Anand Jon for “neutral” reasons without further justification. Dallas defense counsel Rajish Jose of the Beltz Law Firm noted that the Dallas prosecutor’s purported reasons to drop all three accusers and all charges are due to Mr. Alexander’s convictions in California and the “cost of transport” from California. Such excuses are absurd and if anything, an attempt to cover up the litany of transgressions by law enforcement that caused the conviction of an innocent man in the overlapping California case.Read more


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Mehndisimple.com Worldwide Innovators Panel Takes on Case of Anand Jon, Others The Worldwide Innovators of Justice Discussion board and Documentary Collection was held Nov. four in Malibu, Calif., with a plethora of leaders headlining the occasion.

Just this Past Weekend, the Who’s Who of Social & Justice Activism, Entertainment, Fashion and Politics Converged in Malibu, CA for the International Innovators of Justice forum & Documentary Series 

ANGELES, CA, November 09, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — Just this past weekend, the who’s who of social & justice activism, entertainment, fashion and politics converged in Malibu, CA for the International Innovators of Justice Forum & documentary series to take on solving the epidemic of false allegations, police misconduct, and wrongful convictions like Jeffrey Deskovic, Bill Bastuk, and Anand Jon Alexander.


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