The family of Nancy Argentino has announced a new beneficiary organization for all royalty proceeds of the ebook JUSTICE DENIED. The beneficiary is Project Avalanche, a project of the church Centro Evangelical dei Fratelli in Salerno, Italy.
One hundred percent of the proceeds from JUSTICE DENIED, via both Amazon Kindle royalties and direct PDF copy sales, will be donated to Centro Evangelical dei Fratelli and Project Avalanche through the organization Christian Missions in Many Lands, a New Jersey-based nonprofit organization that facilitates global and cross-cultural missionary work.
Louise Argentino-Upham and Lorraine Salome, the surviving sisters of Nancy Argentino, said: “For two years, we have been proud to extend the legacy and memory of our dear sister Nancy by donating the ebook revenues to My Sisters’ Place in White Plains, New York, a shelter and resource center for battered women. That was especially appropriate in light of the story we are telling. We now honor Nancy by turning to new charitable works reflecting our emphasis on spirituality as well as activism, and in the country of our family’s heritage.”
JUSTICE DENIED: The Untold Story of Nancy Argentino’s Death in Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka’s Motel Room is an extensive annotation of journalist and author Irvin Muchnick’s 1992 investigative article, which later was collected in his book WRESTLING BABYLON. The ebook includes never-before-published photographs of Nancy and Snuka, as well as narrative updates of the original article and supporting primary-source documents.
JUSTICE DENIED can be purchased for Amazon Kindle devices and apps, for $2.95, at http://amzn.com/B00CPTP6VM. If you do not have a Kindle-friendly device, you can order an emailed PDF copy of the ebook by remitting $2.95, via PayPal, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Lehigh County district attorney has told the Argentino family that the Seventh Investigating Grand Jury will make a decision regarding possible prosecution of Snuka by the end of July. The grand jury took up the case early last year, and in December the court granted an extension to the grand jury.