- Mar 09, 2020
The group meeting with Assemblymember Shirley Weber from left to right: Shazia Khan, Mariana Cordoba, Sonal Vora, Rajendra Vora, Assemblymember Shirley Weber, Victoria Olango, Amy Povah, Seth Gordon, Tim Milgren, and Georgette Ayaz.
On February 19, 2020, I received an invitation from the American Justice Alliance organization to be part a panel to meet with the Assemblymember Dr. Shirley Weber of San Diego on March 6, 2020. So last Friday, I flew down to San Diego with my purpose to document this effort and report on it and to allow the public more awareness of the plight of Anand Jon Alexander in particular, and those who are wrongly convicted in general. The record seems to show that he received a patently unfair trial and, based on what the previously withheld exculpatory evidence shows, he may well be factually innocent.
Incarcerated designer Anand Jon Alexander stabbed in the face by fellow inmate: Ref From Page Six, NY
- By Ian Mohr January 18, 2020 | 3:44pm
Incarcerated fashion designer Anand Jon Alexander has launched a lawsuit after he was reportedly stabbed in prison. The style guru, whose celebrity clients have included Paris Hilton and Mary J. Blige, was convicted in 2008 Alexander has been serving his time at R.J. Donovan State Prison and is now suing the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation after being repeatedly stabbed in the face by a fellow inmate.
- Jan 16, 2020
SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – An inmate at R.J. Donovan State Prison has filed a lawsuit against the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
Anand Jon Alexander filed the complaint on Monday, alleging prison officials failed to keep him safe and to provide adequate medical care after he was assaulted behind bars.