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Opinion: This New Year, find an obsession; My friend did, and it saved a man's life
— Bob Brody / New York Daily News.  Read more »

Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism at Brandeis University hosts Damiel Echols of the West Memphis 3 (February 7, 2013) Read more »

West Memphis 3 case shows shift toward public relations:
Image strategists likely to become trend, experts say.  Read more »

Lonnie Soury with Marty Tankleff

Marty Tankleff

Soury led the public campaign to free Martin Tankleff, wrongfully convicted and sentenced to life in prison. Martin Tankleff was innocent and his conviction was overturned in 2007 after serving 18 years in prison. Marty graduated college after prison, and is attending Touro Law School.


J.R.R Tolkien Seeks Fair Share of Rings Royalties

The Lord of the Rings movie and merchandising franchise has garnered over six billion dollars in revenues and enormous profits. J.R.R Tolkien, author of the Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit, had sold film rights to his books before his death in 1973 for of 7.5% of gross revenues after expenses. After so called “Hollywood accounting,” the Tolkien estate, which is now a charitable trust, had received virtually nothing from proceeds of the films.


Lonnie Soury with Tiki Barber

Children's Cancer & Blood Foundation

Lonnie Soury with NFL great Tiki Barber at the Children's Cancer & Blood Foundation Breakthrough Ball fund-raising gala. Soury leads marketing and promotions efforts on behalf of this charity based at New York Presbyterian Hospital.


The Campaign to Free the West Memphis 3

After 18 years in prison, with Damien Echols on death row and Jesse Misskelley and Jason Baldwin serving life, the West Memphis 3, as they became known, were freed in August 2011.  The three men agreed to an Alford plea in which, while maintaining their innocence, they accepted a guilty plea.