Originally posted on My Blog InCaseofInnocence:
December 2012 301
I will always remember September 28, 2012, the day I walked out of prison a free man after 15 years on death row in Louisiana for a crime I did not commit. On that day I became the 300th person exonerated by DNA in the United States.
Hundreds of exonerees came before me and I know there are hundreds waiting to follow in my footsteps.
I’m writing today to ask you to donate to the Innocence Project and help free others like me.
A lot has changed in my life since that day in September. I’m 38 years old and through an online course, I’m learning how to type for the first time. I’m amazed to see all the information and resources instantly available on the internet.
Soon after I was released, I moved to my own apartment in Minneapolis with the…
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