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Innocence Project
We work to help free innocent people from prison and reform laws to prevent wrongful convictions.
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Innocence Project 15h
Happy 16 years of freedom, Kenneth! Kenneth Wyniemko was wrongly convicted of criminal sexual conduct & armed robbery. Wyniemko was convicted based on a composite sketch, but after 9 years in prison DNA testing proved his innocence.
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Netta 22h
Ways to use the anger you will/should feel productively. Register to vote, vote, run for office, volunteer, learn your rights, serve on juries, talk to & teach your family members about their rights, donate to & or join
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Innocence Project 22h
Rhode Island: Will you contact your Senators and urge them to support HB 5329/SB 701 to compensate the innocent? Call 401-702-2445 to take action!
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Ekow N. Yankah Jun 16
's excellent piece examining many facets of the death penalty. SCt Justice Scalia once proclaimed it impossible that any innocent person was put to death. So proud of in showing showing how flawed and unjust our death penalty is.
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Innocence Project Jun 16
Stand with incredible dads Kevin Richardson, , , Antron McCray and so many others who fought for their freedom and are tremendous parents and leaders. Send them an uplifting note today
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Innocence Project Jun 16
"This is a critical test of whether the American criminal justice system can realign itself to focus just as much on truth and justice as it does on finality and punishment." —April Alley, daughter of ,
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Innocence Project Jun 16
"We’re fighting for the truth in Tennessee for my dad, Sedley Alley, and we need your help." —April Alley, daughter of ,
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Innocence Project Jun 16
This , we honor all the wrongfully convicted fathers still fighting for freedom. Please consider donating to help in their fight for freedom and be reunited with their children.
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Innocence Project Jun 16
Did you know that more prisoners have been exonerated from Florida’s death row than anywhere else in the country?
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Innocence Project Jun 16
“I preach to my kids, ‘Just tell the truth. Be true to who you are.’” —Antron McCray, proud father of six, Send an uplifting note today
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Innocence Project Jun 16
This , help us remind wrongfully convicted dads that we’re standing with them and fighting for the day they’ll be reunited with their families.
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Innocence Project Jun 15
"My kids were teens [when I was wrongly convicted]. What hurt most was not being there for my kids. I couldn’t send them to college. They had to fend for themselves." —Kevin Siehl, exonerated after 26 years in prison
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Innocence Project Jun 15
"As I got older, I realized that my dad’s situation was wrong. He was an innocent man in prison, and I was a young man without a father around to support me." —Mac Stewart, son of Malcolm Alexander (who was wrongfully convicted)
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Innocence Project Jun 15
"When I spend Father's Day with my kids this Sunday, I'll be thinking of the countless dads suffering behind bars for crimes they didn't commit. I hope you will donate to help more fathers in their fight for freedom."
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Innocence Project Jun 15
"I am haunted by the fact that he was killed by the state without any effort to determine the truth of who committed the crime." —April Alley, daughter of ,
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Innocence Project Jun 15
“One issue that really hasn’t taken hold enough around the country — and must take hold — is the prohibition of the use of deception during an interrogation” via Director of Policy
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Innocence Project Jun 15
Yesterday Nevada Gov. signed the strongest law compensating innocent Nevadans like DeMarlo Berry! A big thank you to incredible advocates
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The Culinary Union Jun 14
Governor Signs NV Exoneree Compensation Law: A fair an accountable system protects individual rights and makes us all safer. Culinary Union is proud to be a member of the Nevada Coalition for the Wrongfully Convicted to fight for the change we want to see.
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The Culinary Union Jun 14
A fair and accountable system protects individual rights & makes us all safer. Culinary Union is proud to be a member of the “NV Coalition for the Wrongfully Convicted” w/ . We are making the change we want to see.
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Innocence Project Jun 15
So glad you made it. Thanks for sharing!
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