Hello everyone. I know it’s been a while since our last post, but Kim and I have been very busy trying to free the wrongfully convicted. Yesterday was National Wrongful Conviction Day and we would like to take a few minutes to reflect on that.
According to the National Registry of Exonerations as of today there have been 2,101 exonerations, totaling more than 18,250 years lost.
In a Special Edition of Time Magazine they illustrate why falsely accused people are being exonerated today more than ever before.
Kim and I are proud to say that we were able to successfully obtain the exonerations of Jonathan Fleming and Randy Williams.
Jonathan Fleming was wrongfully convicted and served 24 years 7 mos and 20 days.
Randy Williams with his mother after his release
Randy Williams was wrongfully convicted and served 10 years.
Kim and I are actively working 3 new wrongful conviction cases and hope for a successful conclusion to these as well.
Please take a moment to review the links above to fully grasp the magnitude of this problem.
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