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Something to think about..
While reviewing the stories submitted for this site, I was thinking about ALL the victims. Not just people who have been wrongfully accused, but about the future victims.
When a wrongfully accused person is convicted, that person has been victimized. Then, there is the victim of the crime. They have not been truly vindicated because the wrong person was convicted.
Has anyone thought of the future victims? These are the people who will be victimized by the "actual" perpetrator of the crime, the one left to walk the street, looking for their next victim. That next victim could be a member of your family, or could even be you.
And the ripple extends further out into the pond. There are more innocent victims, the wrongfully accused and convicted person's family. The parents that will miss their child, the wife or husband that will miss their spouse and the children who will miss their mother or father.
When a person is wrongfully accused and convicted, not just one life is ruined, but many.
You pay tax dollars, which pays the salaries of persons in public office. They are paid to defend and protect you and your family. If these people do not do their due diligence in convicting the "actual" perpetrator of the crime, then you are paying them for NOTHING.
Don't allow your public officials to leave the "real" perpetrator on the streets, making your family, you or other innocent people vulnerable as their next victim.
Raye Dawn Smith
These are stories of women who have been wrongfully convicted.
Joel K. Barr
Kerry Max Cook
Kerry Max Cook was a man that spent 22 years on death row for a crime he didn't commit. He was exonerated, but is still striving to clear his name. You can read his story, Chasing Justice, or buying the movie, The Exonerated, by clicking on the above links to Amazon .
William "Craig" Garrett
George and Virginia High
George W. Kingston III
Samuel "Lance" McPherson
(Texas Death Row Inmate)
Jamie & Gladys Scott
Jack K. Stein
Patrick passed away July 28, 2009 while incarcerated for a crime he did not commit. God rest his soul.
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