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When you go from writing to the board and the governor to the board and governor writing to you! @sheneesestarr @lytoyap can’t thank y’all enough! Shouts to all Honorees that proved who we are and not who they thought we was‼️ #TheAftermath #ParoleBoard #governor #freedom #InYourFaceMovement #Growth #stayhumble #stayprayedup #stayfresh #staypositive #changes #believe #achieve.
Why was accused serial killer, Jose Rodriguez, out on mandatory parole? - Director of Victim Services, Andy Kahan, sat down with ABC13, FOX26, KPRC2, and Telemundo reporters over the last two days to explain why a loophole in Texas law mandated Rodriguez be released from prison in September of 2017. - Tune into @kprc2 at 6pm and @fox26houston at 9pm for the full story.
Parole was denied for Lisa Rene Kay who has served 26 years of her 50 year sentence for murdering Keith Kendall - in part due to the efforts of Director of Victim Services, Andy Kahan, and murder victim’s brother, Keith Kendall. Kay will be reviewed once again for parole in 2020.
Part10 ⚪#burmahwhiteseries ⚪ #historyrepeats (this goes on to this day...victims of violent crimes are stuck with life changing issues that will never go away ) October 22, 1933 "With Cora B. withington, school teacher, condemned to live in a land of shadows after her sight was shot away by Thomas White, 'rattlesnake bandit,' people of Los Angeles today began to think of another blind woman--Justice. The state paroled White and he preyed on the public. The state provides Miss Withington with nothing." 📸#lapl . . . #burmahwhite #crimefiles #losangeleshistory #hancockpark #teacher #thirdstreetelementary . . . #isntitironic #ironic #ladyjustice #justice #stateofcalifornia #paroleboard #judicial . . 🎶#alanismorissette #ironic #instrumental 🎶 #rattlesnakebandit #losangeleshistory #violentcrimes #california
#Repost incase yall did not know there is a fight for real #justice goin on for the #philly #move the #PA #PAroleBoard #released one of the move name #Debbie after serving 39 yrs for existing amongst their beliefs. This was #PA most expensive trails to date . it was 9 #survivors who was sentenced to 20-100 yrs in #jail after 1 death of 1 officer compared to 11 deaths including 5 children as the #philadelphia #police #department dropped a bomb as #philly witness true #brutality and force. all we need to do is spread the word for #justice.
incase yall did not know there is a fight for real #justice goin on for the #philly #move the #PA #PAroleBoard #released one of the move name #Debbie after serving 39 yrs for existing amongst their beliefs. This was #PA most expensive trails to date . it was 9 survivors who was sentenced to 20-100 yrs in jail after 1 death of 1 officer compared to 11 deaths including 5 children as the #philadelphia #police #department dropped a bomb as #philly witness true brutality and force. all we need to do is spread the word for justice.
#eazy_info #eazy_info THEY NEED FRESH, YOUNG PAROLE BOARD MEMBERS. MY OPINION ONLY. #cyntoiabrown #sextrafficking #parole #paroleboard #clemency #tennessee A Tennessee woman who has been behind bars since she was a teenager asked a parole board for clemency saying she feared for her life the day she shot and killed a real estate agent who had hired her for sex. Cyntoia Brown, who has been in prison since 2006, appeared before the Tennessee Board of Parole and Probation on Wednesday to plea for release. Members of the six-person board were split three ways on how to handle the now-30-year-old woman’s case. According to ABC News, two members voted to release Brown, two other denied her clemency request and two more said she should come up for parole after serving 25 years. Because the board could not come to an agreement, the decision will be made by Republican Governor Bill Haslam, who has not granted any clemency cases in his tenure. Brown was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison when she was 16 years old for the 2004 shooting death of 43-year-old Johnny Allen. Brown said Allen, a real estate agent, had picked her up and took her back to his house to have sex with her. She was working as a prostitute at the time Brown said Allen was acting funny and she became ‘scared’ and shot him because she believed he was grabbing a weapon. Prosecutors have argued that Brown killed Allen in order to rob him. Under Tennessee law, Brown is slated to remain in prison for at least 51 years, meaning she will be 67 when she is up for parole. During Wednesday’s hearing, Brown apologized for the murder telling the board that she thinks about what she did every day and she knows she cannot take it back, ABC reports. Her lawyer, Charlie Bone, said Brown was a victim of sex trafficking and was acting in self-defense when she shot and killed Allen. Brown had previously said that a man named Garion ‘Cut Throat’ McGlothen forced her into prostitution and was physically and sexually abusive towards her. READ MORE 👇 👇