Kevin Strickland – That is not justice

Kevin Strickland in about 1976

Jackson County prosecutor calls for freeing of inmate after 43 years in prison

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10 mei 2021

Jackson County prosecutor calls for freeing of inmate after 43 years in prison

1 Lawyers hopeful for Kevin Strickland’s release

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9 jun. 2021

Lawyers are hopeful Kevin Strickland, who was wrongfully convicted in a 1978 triple murder, could soon be released. If he’s not pardoned, a law Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is likely to pass will give Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker the power to vacate his sentence.
 
jaymarr
I can’t believe the gov given all the facts comes out with 127 ppl on a pardons list without Kevin. Then says just because the case is what it is doesn’t mean he should jump to the front of the line. Would love to hear the logic on that one 43 years wrongfully convicted should absolutely go to the front of the line. Unreal
TheOuterLimits
When the truth and innocence costs you more than lying and being guilty. This is the backward ass world we living in right now.
Neo
Please give justice to Mr.Strickland 😔 Love and Support for him from India
Donni Ellison
To release him without a dime for 43 years of wrongful incarceration. Is just as bad as the first wrong. Land of the free people, land of the free….SMDH.
Maritimer
I say get him out or those officials can go in and take his place. Tick tock officials. Wouldn’t want to be exposed for your crimes now would ya? Free him
 
matt newman
Why don’t we know the race of the dead people? Why don’t we know the race of the two admitted killers, we know the race of all the jurors and the defendant, but certain race facts seem… hidden
MrMoss786
Just let the man free to go see his elderly mum!!
Patty's Hobby World
In the name of GOD SET HIM free

2 The Case of Kevin Strickland Highlights Stories of the Wrongfully Convicted

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20 jul. 2021

On “Making the Case,” the show is invested in stories of the wrongfully convicted and the people who are the main characters.
 
There is the case of Kevin Strickland, who was in prison for 43 years in Missouri for a crime he did not commit. Not only did his lawyers, but the prosecutors who sent him behind bars, admit he was innocent. When Strickland was declared innocent, Missouri Governor Mike Parson hasn’t looked at his pardon application. 
 
Yodit Tewolde spoke to Tricia Rojo Bushnell, who represented Strickland and is executive director of the Midwest Innocence Project, about his case. 
 
All this and more on “Making the Case.”
 
Kathy Ohara
The govenor should sign the day each person is found to be innocent. The attorney general and his office needs investigating. Lamar Johnson is still incarcerated although they KNOW he is innocent. Their law denies any compensation to these victims of injustice. It is criminal that they can play games with peoples lives like this.
 
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Diana Dowie
This is so sad and wrong because an innocent man in jail.

3 Exonerated After 43 Years In Jail Despite His Innocence, Kevin Strickland Opens Up To Joy Reid

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9 dec. 2021

Kevin Strickland, who was wrongfully convicted by an all-White jury in 1979, joins Joy Reid to talk about his exoneration after spending 43 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit.
 
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4 Kevin Strickland


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16 feb 2021

Kevin Strickland of Monroe Area 2021
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5 Kevin Strickland’s attorney calls for overhaul of justice system to protect people like him

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25 nov. 2021

Kevin Strickland’s attorney calls for overhaul of justice system to protect people like him

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US: Black man exonerated after 43 years in prison

Kevin Strickland has been released from prison 43 years after being wrongly convicted for murder. But he will not be given compensation for his decadeslong false imprisonment.

Strickland is one the longest-serving inmates in US history to have been falsely convicted

A judge in the US state of Missouri on Tuesday overturned the conviction of a man who has spent over four decades in prison.

Kevin Strickland, a 62-year-old Black man, was found guilty of a triple homicide in 1979 and was sentenced to life in prison by an all white jury.

Judge James Welsh ordered Strickland’s immediate release after state prosecutors agreed earlier in the year that he had been wrongly convicted.

“I’m not necessarily angry. It’s a lot. I think I’ve created emotions that you all don’t know about just yet,” he told reporters as he left the Western Missouri Correctional Center in Cameron.

“Joy, sorrow, fear. I am trying to figure out how to put them together.”

Questionable evidence


The evidence against Strickland, who was 18 at the time of the murders, came mainly from the eye-witness account of Cynthia Douglas, the sole survivor of the incident.

She testified in court that she had seen him, but then later recanted, saying that she had been pressured by the police to identify Strickland.

Douglas spent years trying to bring attention to the case, but she died in 2015.

Strickland had an alibi for the time of the crime and no evidence connected him to the scene of the murders

Two other men who were convicted of the murders also said that Strickland had not been involved. They instead identified two other men who were never charged.

During his first trial, the one Black juror held out for his acquittal. A second trial, with only white jurors, found him guilty.

‘Not justice’


Two Republican lawmakers, Missouri Governor Mike Parson and Attorney General Eric Schmitt, who is running for the US Senate, tried to stop Strickland’s release.

“Even when the prosecutor is on your side, it took months and months for Mr. Strickland to come home and he still had to come home to a system that will not provide him any compensation for the 43 years he lost,” said Tricia Rojo Bushnell, executive director of the Midwest Innocence Project that supported Strickland’s case.

Missouri only offers compensation for wrongful imprisonment where DNA evidence is behind the exoneration.

“That is not justice,” Bushnell said. “We are hopeful that folks are paying so much attention and really asking the question of ‘What should our system of justice look like?”

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6 Missouri Supreme Court denies Kevin Strickland’s exoneration request

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3 jun. 2021

Missouri Supreme Court denies Kevin Strickland’s exoneration request

7 Black man exonerated after 43 years in US prison

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24 nov. 2021

A Black man has been found innocent after spending 43 years in a US prison for a triple murder he didn’t commit. Kevin Strickland, 62, was convicted by an all-white jury in 1979 in Kansas City, Missouri, and sentenced to life in prison for a deadly shooting.

8 A ‘Profound’ Mistake: Prosecutor Fights To Free Wrongfully Convicted Man

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19 jun. 2021

Jean Peters Baker, Jackson County, Missouri prosecutor, talks with Rachel Maddow about the effort to free Kevin Strickland, who has been in prison for over 40 years as a result of a wrongful conviction, and who remains in jail weeks after his innocence was declared publicly by prosecutors.
 
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9 Kevin Strickland granted evidentiary hearing

 

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14 jul. 2021

Kevin Strickland has been granted an evidentiary hearing on August 12-13.

10 Missouri Governor Pardons Right Wing Characters, Leaves Wrongfully Convicted Man In Prison

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5 aug. 2021

Kevin Strickland has spent over 40 years in prison even though the sole witness against him recanted and the prosecutor who put him there says his conviction was a mistake, but while Missouri Governor Mike Parson makes excuses for leaving Strickland behind bars, he was quick to pardon right-wing gun mascots Mark and Patricia McCloskey.
 
About The Rachel Maddow Show: Through her unique approach to storytelling, Rachel Maddow provides in-depth reporting to illuminate the current state of political affairs and reveals the importance of transparency and accountability from our leaders. Maddow seeks to explain our complex world and deliver news in a way that’s illuminating and dynamic, connecting the dots to make sense of complex issues. Maddow also conducts interviews with individuals at the center of current news stories to provide important perspective.
 
MSNBC delivers breaking news, in-depth analysis of politics headlines, as well as commentary and informed perspectives. Find video clips and segments from The Rachel Maddow Show, Morning Joe, Meet the Press Daily, The Beat with Ari Melber, Deadline: White House with Nicolle Wallace, All In, Last Word, 11th Hour, and more.

11 Community helps support Kevin Strickland, who will receive no compensation for wrongful conviction

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24 nov. 2021

After serving 43 years in prison for a triple murder he didn’t commit, Kevin Strickland is now a free man. Erin Moriarty sat down with Strickland, who says he’s thankful for God walking him through the 43 years.
 
Each weekday morning, “CBS Mornings” co-hosts Gayle King, Tony Dokoupil and Nate Burleson bring you the latest breaking news, smart conversation and in-depth feature reporting. “CBS Mornings” airs weekdays at 7 a.m. on CBS and 8 a.m. ET on CBSN.

12 Lawmakers rally behind man who says he’s been wrongfully imprisoned for decades

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11 jun. 2021

Kevin Strickland was convicted of a triple murder in 1979. Since then, a key witness recanted and the prosecutor’s office has said Strickland is innocent — yet he remains behind bars.

13 Kevin Strickland freed after 43 years in prison: ‘I didn’t think this day would come’

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24 nov. 2021

ABC News’ Linsey Davis reports on the exoneration of Kevin Strickland after 43 years, making his one of the longest wrongful conviction cases in U.S. history.

14 ‘Disbelief’: Kevin Strickland Freed From Prison After Longest Missouri Wrongful Conviction

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23 nov. 2021

 
After 43 years, Kevin Strickland left prison Tuesday Nov. 23, 2021 after a judge vacated his conviction in a 1978 triple murder. Strickland, who said he was in disbelief, was freed from prison after longest Missouri wrongful conviction. 
 
Video by Tammy Ljungblad | The Kansas City Star

15 ‘A 43-year nightmare’: Kevin Strickland’s brothers speak out after his release from prison

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24 nov. 2021

‘A 43-year nightmare’: Kevin Strickland’s brothers speak out
 

16 Exonerated man shares first request after 43 years in prison


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24 nov. 2021

 
After being in prison for 43 years for a crime he didn’t commit, Kevin Strickland speaks with CNN’s Brianna Keilar about visiting his mother’s grave and what his plans are for the future. #CNN #News

17 Kevin Strickland awaits ruling after long-awaited exoneration hearing

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12 nov. 2021

Kevin Strickland has served 43 years in prison for a 1978 triple homicide he says he didn’t commit, and is now fighting for exoneration with the help of a Kansas City prosecutor.

18 Evidentiary hearing begins in Kevin Strickland case

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9 nov. 2021

The ongoing legal saga in the Kevin Strickland case reached a critical juncture Monday at the Jackson County Courthouse. An evidentiary hearing began, during which Strickland’s legal team presented evidence and arguments that they hope exonerates their client.

19 Missouri man exonerated after serving 43 years in prison for triple murder he didn’t commit

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24 nov. 2021

After serving 43 years in prison for a triple murder he didn’t commit, Kevin Strickland is now a free man. Erin Moriarty sat down with Strickland, who says he’s thankful for God walking him through the 43 years.
 
Each weekday morning, “CBS Mornings” co-hosts Gayle King, Tony Dokoupil and Nate Burleson bring you the latest breaking news, smart conversation and in-depth feature reporting. “CBS Mornings” airs weekdays at 7 a.m. on CBS and 8 a.m. ET on CBSN.

20 Reaction to the release of Kevin Strickland

 

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24 nov. 2021

Friends and complete strangers showed their support in person this afternoon as Kevin Strickland was released. Here is how people reacted to the news today, including Lamonte McIntyre who was released after serving 23 years for crimes he didn’t commit.

21 Kevin Strickland not included in Parson pardons

 

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4 aug. 2021

Missouri Governor Mike Parson announced 12 pardons today, but numerous people are upset that Kevin Strickland continues to sit behind bars.

22 Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker discusses Kevin Strickland’s release

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25 nov. 2021

Kevin Strickland held a press conference after his release yesterday in which he thanked a number of people, including Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker.

23 Jackson County prosecutor calls for freeing of inmate after 43 years in prison

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11 mei 2021

Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker said Kevin Strickland was wrongly convicted 43 years ago in a triple murder in Kansas City.

24 Why are wrongly-convicted people still imprisoned in Missouri?

 

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18 jul. 2021

“48 Hours” correspondent Erin Moriarty talks with two Missouri men, Kevin Strickland and Lamar Johnson, who have served a combined 70 years in prison for murders most people now believe they did not commit. And yet, even though prosecutors have called for their release, innocence may not be enough to earn them their freedom – both men are still behind bars. So, what’s going on in the state of Missouri?
 
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25 Missouri Governor Will Not Pardon Two Black Men Wrongfully Convicted

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11 jun. 2021

Yodit Tewolde, host of “Making the Case w/Yodit,” opens the show with the stories of Kevin Strickland and Lamar Johnson. The two men were wrongfully convicted and imprisoned in Missouri for a combined 70 years. State lawmakers passed a bill that would give prosecutors in both counties the legal mechanism to vacate both men’s convictions, but Governor Mike Parson has not signed it into law. Parson could pardon both men, but he said Strickland’s case is not a priority, and he did not address Johnson’s case. Tricia Rojo Bushnell, an attorney and executive director of the Midwest Innocence Project, joins the show to talk about Strickland and Johnson’s cases.

26 Calls intensify to overturn KC man’s wrongful conviction

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11 mei 2021

The attorneys for Kevin Strickland and representatives from the Midwest Innocence Project joined Jackson County Prosecuting Attorney Jean Peters Baker to call for his release Monday afternoon in Kansas City, Missouri.

27 Will Kevin Strickland be freed? It’s now up to a judge

 

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9 nov. 2021

Strickland was convicted of a 1978 triple murder in Kansas City. He has proclaimed his innocence for years, and earlier this year, Jackson County prosecutor Jean Peters Baker agreed.

28 Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Kevin Strickland: ‘I don’t know whether he’s innocent or not’

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24 jun. 2021

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Kevin Strickland: ‘I don’t know whether he’s innocent or not’

29 Judge will rule on motions in Kevin Strickland case Friday

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14 sep. 2021

There is still no decision on when Kevin Strickland’s attorneys will have their day in court to try and prove his innocence. While the Jackson County prosecutor is fighting to get a hearing for his release, the Missouri attorney general claims there’s bias already.

30 Prosecutors call for innocent man’s release, but existing law prevents it

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31 Judge sets Nov. court date as county prosecutor fights Missouri officials to exonerate Kevin Stri…

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11 okt. 2021

“48 Hours” correspondent Erin Moriarty sits down with Kevin Strickland, a man who has spent the last 43 years in a Missouri prison for murders he says he did not commit. The local prosecutor determined that Strickland is “factually innocent” and has tried to have him released, but Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt maintains Strickland is guilty and is fighting to keep him behind bars.
 
Each weekday morning, “CBS Mornings” co-hosts Gayle King, Tony Dokoupil and Nate Burleson bring you the latest breaking news, smart conversation and in-depth feature reporting. “CBS Mornings” airs weekdays at 7 a.m. on CBS and 8 a.m. ET on CBSN.
 
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32 Strangers raise more than $1 million for Kevin Strickland

 

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26 nov. 2021

A GoFundMe for the recently released man has swelled with donations through the Thanksgiving holiday. The state of Missouri won’t pay Strickland for his time behind bars, despite his wrongful conviction.

33 Kevin Strickland’s Release | 11/23/2021

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24 nov. 2021

A day 43 years in the making. Today MIP client Kevin Strickland was finally freed!! Today we celebrate!! Then back to work to free the others‼️
 
Support and Learn More About The Work We Do at www.TheMIP.Org
 
To Donate to Kevin Follow This Link⛓ https://gofund.me/9b5e5e8b

34 Ricky Kidd reacts to Kevin Strickland’s freedom

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25 nov. 2021

“We haven’t seen Kevin smile,” he said. To be able to see that smile on his face, a free man smile, is priceless.”

35 Kevin Strickland speaks after being freed – 6 pm

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24 nov. 2021

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Kevin Strickland speaks after being freed – 6 pm

36 Kevin Strickland first to testify at long-awaited hearing

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9 nov. 2021

Strickland was convicted of a 1978 triple murder in Kansas City. He has proclaimed his innocence for years, and earlier this year, Jackson County prosecutor Jean Peters Baker agreed.

37 Kevin Strickland, Day 2: Prison phone calls, old memories and pressure in a 1978 murder case

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24 nov. 2021

Kevin Strickland left the Western Missouri Correctional Center in Cameron, MO a free man after spending 43 years locked up for a crime that a judge agrees he did not commit.

38 ‘Disbelief’: Kevin Strickland Freed From Prison After Longest Missouri Wrongful Conviction

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23 nov. 2021

 
After 43 years, Kevin Strickland left prison Tuesday Nov. 23, 2021 after a judge vacated his conviction in a 1978 triple murder. Strickland, who said he was in disbelief, was freed from prison after longest Missouri wrongful conviction.
 
Video by Tammy Ljungblad | The Kansas City Star

39 Missouri man exonerated after serving 43 years in prison for triple murder he didn’t commit

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24 nov. 2021

After serving 43 years in prison for a triple murder he didn’t commit, Kevin Strickland is now a free man. Erin Moriarty sat down with Strickland, who says he’s thankful for God walking him through the 43 years. 
 
Each weekday morning, “CBS Mornings” co-hosts Gayle King, Tony Dokoupil and Nate Burleson bring you the latest breaking news, smart conversation and in-depth feature reporting. “CBS Mornings” airs weekdays at 7 a.m. on CBS and 8 a.m. ET on CBSN.

40 Kevin Strickland free after 43 years in prison on wrongful conviction


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24 nov. 2021

Kevin Strickland will finally walk free after being imprisoned for the last 43 years for a crime he did not commit.

41 Wrongly convicted inmates in Missouri usually earn nothing but freedom

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5 nov. 2021

Kevin Strickland has spent more than 40 years in prison for a triple murder in KC that he says he didn’t commit. But, even if the court rules in his favor on Monday, freedom is all he’ll likely get.

42 “I still got a few years in me”: Kevin Strickland speaks out on life after prison

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2 dec. 2021

For the first time since his release, Kevin Strickland is sitting down for a network television interview. Erin Moriarty of “48 Hours” speaks to Strickland about adjusting to life outside prison and his goals for the future as a free man. 
 
Each weekday morning, “CBS Mornings” co-hosts Gayle King, Tony Dokoupil and Nate Burleson bring you the latest breaking news, smart conversation and in-depth feature reporting. “CBS Mornings” airs weekdays at 7 a.m. on CBS and 8 a.m. ET on CBSN.

43 Newspaper editor plays role in Kevin Strickland’s path to freedom

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24 nov. 2021

Kevin Strickland left the Western Missouri Correctional Center in Cameron, MO a free man after spending 43 years locked up for a crime that a judge agrees he did not commit.
 
Ravens Kryptonite
The Governor could have pardoned him a long time ago but he chose not to because he didn’t want to take 15 minutes out of his precious day to be briefed by the DIstrict Attorney about Mr. Strickland’s case.That just shows you how messed up the Republican party is when he refused to help an innocent black citizen get his freedom.
Kathy Ohara
This mans story breaks my heart. The real criminals got ten years and were released. This innocent man spent 43 years in jail, an innocent man. Even when they KNEW he was innocent and still would not release him. His mother died while they fumbled and bumgled. Missouri’s law does not give compensation ……..that must change to prevent this injustice happening again.
 
Jacqueline Peoples
Can you imagine the how many horror cases are like this in America? The SIN is perpetual in the criminal NO justice system.
Carl Rosa
Imagine being wrongfully convicted, pleading your innocence and finding yourself in prison for 43 years. FORTY THREE YEARS. Then, learning that your conviction is being overturned….realizing you the state admits you had NOT committed the crime. And then, to be released, someone says to you – “We know you didn’t commit the crime. The district attorney, judge and governor are all on board. Eventually, you’re going to be a free man….but…um….it’s going to take some time…you know, red tape, politics and procedures and all that stuff…”
Jacqueline Peoples
One more comment. I went to a seminar this past year where prosecutors have to have “sensitivity training.” I believe if there in no seed of love in your heart you careless and keep mass incarceration intact. Horrible! I think at this point in my life prisons were created for Black people.
 
AGATHA YOUNG
Justice system has Failed he and All of us Congratulations Strickland
1234 Abcd
God bless this man
One Man Reaction Faction
Thank goodness there is a Go Fund Me set up for him. Close to $1.5 mil so far. Strangers are doing what the state of Missouri refused to do. Fuck them.
Willie Wiggins
THIS IS A PERFECT EXAMPLE OF OPPRESSION BY THE LAWS THAT CREATE THE FABRIC OF SOCIETY IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA! SMH 2022?
Jon Adams
This story must be very painful for so many people to read or hear. So few comments and well under 1,000 views. I wonder why?
Lilly Lotus Doll
Hes going be fine thats a lot of money he will be fine w that money
Darth Mendez
Time to get that paycheck!
 
Joe Strickland
PATHETIC PARSONS 👎

44 Kevin Strickland thanks judge, his legal team and prosecutor after release from prison

24 nov. 2021

Kevin Strickland left the Western Missouri Correctional Center in Cameron, MO a free man after spending 43 years locked up for a crime that a judge agrees he did not commit.
 
Ravens Kryptonite
The Governor could have pardoned him a long time ago but he chose not to because he didn’t want to take 15 minutes out of his precious day to be briefed by the DIstrict Attorney about Mr. Strickland’s case.That just shows you how messed up the Republican party is when he refused to help an innocent black citizen get his freedom.
Kathy Ohara
This mans story breaks my heart. The real criminals got ten years and were released. This innocent man spent 43 years in jail, an innocent man. Even when they KNEW he was innocent and still would not release him. His mother died while they fumbled and bumgled. Missouri’s law does not give compensation ……..that must change to prevent this injustice happening again.
 
Jacqueline Peoples
Can you imagine the how many horror cases are like this in America? The SIN is perpetual in the criminal NO justice system.
Carl Rosa
Imagine being wrongfully convicted, pleading your innocence and finding yourself in prison for 43 years. FORTY THREE YEARS. Then, learning that your conviction is being overturned….realizing you the state admits you had NOT committed the crime. And then, to be released, someone says to you – “We know you didn’t commit the crime. The district attorney, judge and governor are all on board. Eventually, you’re going to be a free man….but…um….it’s going to take some time…you know, red tape, politics and procedures and all that stuff…”
Jacqueline Peoples
One more comment. I went to a seminar this past year where prosecutors have to have “sensitivity training.” I believe if there in no seed of love in your heart you careless and keep mass incarceration intact. Horrible! I think at this point in my life prisons were created for Black people.
 
AGATHA YOUNG
Justice system has Failed he and All of us Congratulations Strickland
1234 Abcd
God bless this man
One Man Reaction Faction
Thank goodness there is a Go Fund Me set up for him. Close to $1.5 mil so far. Strangers are doing what the state of Missouri refused to do. Fuck them.
Willie Wiggins
THIS IS A PERFECT EXAMPLE OF OPPRESSION BY THE LAWS THAT CREATE THE FABRIC OF SOCIETY IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA! SMH 2022?
Jon Adams
This story must be very painful for so many people to read or hear. So few comments and well under 1,000 views. I wonder why?
Lilly Lotus Doll
Hes going be fine thats a lot of money he will be fine w that money
Darth Mendez
Time to get that paycheck!
 
Joe Strickland
PATHETIC PARSONS 👎

45 Strickland says first night out of prison was restless

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24 nov. 2021

His first stop after leaving prison — to visit his mother’s grave.

46 After Spending 42 Years In Prison For A Triple Murder He Didn’t Commit, Kevin Strickland Is Free

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24 nov. 2021

After 42 years of claiming his innocence, Kevin Strickland is now a free man.
 
Today, A Missouri judge ruled Strickland was wrongfully convicted for three murders and called for his immediate release.
 
Strickland was convicted in 1978 for the deaths of 21-year-old Larry Ingram, 20-year-old John Walker, and 22-year-old Sherrie Black. He thought this day would never come.
 
Strickland will not get any money for this. Missouri has strict compensation laws for wrongful convictions. An online fundraiser has raised nearly $56,000.

47 His Arms Was Hurt! | Just for Laughs Compilation

26 nov. 2021

That must have hurt!