SHAUN KING: Stopping the Wrongful Conviction of Christopher Kearney Before It Actually Happens

Shaun King
Mar 24, 2020 - 11:36

On a daily basis, I receive an assortment of emails, letters, texts, and DM’s from incarcerated men and women and their families about their wrongful convictions. I can hardly stand to even read them — knowing that I will likely not have the time, space, energy, and resources to give them the help they need and deserve.  I am currently fighting regularly for two men that I believe were wrongly convicted and just lost a battle to stop the execution of Nate Woods in Alabama.

But right now, I am about to take on a case that’s different than any case I’ve ever fought for before. Instead of trying to reverse a wrongful conviction, we are forming a team to stop one from happening in the first...

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One Reply to “SHAUN KING: Stopping the Wrongful Conviction of Christopher Kearney Before It Actually Happens”

  1. I am so happy to see this case highlighted! Please donate, even if you can only spare a few dollars. We have a chance to prevent a wrongful conviction and get Christopher back home to his loving family! Thank you, Shaun and North Star team, for bringing Chris’ case to the people!

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