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Courtney Bisbee's Parents Fight to Visit Their Granddaughter

12 years ago by Stephen Lemons
Judge Michael Gordon's cupboard-sized Phoenix courtroom was packed Wednesday afternoon with supporters of both Courtney Bisbee and Bisbee's parents Camille and Tom Tilley. Family court seldom gets that kind of action. The Tilleys were there to petition the court for visitation rights to their granddaughter, Bisbee's daughter, Taylor Lee. As regular readers of...
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The fight to free Courtney Bisbee: Her supporters rally at the Arizona state capitol.

14 years ago by Stephen Lemons
Courtney Bisbee's supporters at the state capitol yesterday. Courtney's mom Camille Tilley is in the center. The mothers of the disappeared. That's the first thought that came to mind upon seeing the supporters of Courtney Bisbee on the lawn of the state capitol this Valentines Day. Though unlike those Argentine...
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Courtney Bisbee Is Assaulted in Prison, and a Band of Skinhead-Collaring Cops Gets Busted Up

11 years ago by Stephen Lemons
HATE SQUAD ON HOLD I'm not sure which news emanating from the Phoenix Police Department is more disturbing: the fact that hate crimes were up nearly 30 percent in Phoenix in 2009 from 2008, or that PPD muck-a-mucks have decided to do away with their most effective tool in tackling...
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Al Sharpton Whups Sheriff Joe, and Courtney Bisbee’s Innocence Claim Is Shot Down by a Judge

12 years ago by Stephen Lemons
GRANVILLE'S ANVIL Last year, when I was writing about Arizona prisoner Courtney Bisbee and her fight for freedom, in the cover story "Nursing Injustice," I spoke with Judge Warren Granville by phone and wondered whether, when the case came back to him, he would be able to admit that he'd...
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Andrew Thomas Ignores Evidence That Courtney Bisbee Was Wrongly Convicted of Child Molestation As Supporters Work to Free Her

13 years ago by Stephen Lemons
In January of 2004, Courtney Bisbee's life was hitting a hectic but welcome stride. The divorced mother of one had recently landed a nurse's job at Horizon High School in affluent northeast Phoenix, close to the border of Scottsdale, where she lived. Across the street, her 4½-year-old daughter attended preschool...

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