FREE THE CAPTIVES
A Just Platform For The Unjustly Incarcerated | Be Just And Free Those Who Are Imprisoned Wrongfully
Free Captives is an initiative to help free those individuals who are imprisoned unjustly and are in captivity for wrongful convictions. Raise your voice to free those who are incarcerated for crimes they did not commit.
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What is the right path to take to help free someone who is wrongfully incarcerated?.
Are you not tired of jumping confusing hoops and getting frustrated and unmotivated and overwhelmed because you’re not getting anywhere in your fight to free the innocent, stuck within the chains of a criminal justice system that shocks your common sense? Are you not getting burned out? We did, until we realized that there is no way to reinvent the wheel to fight Injustice but to use the existing Wheels of Justice in order to beat this machine called the Prison System.
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JUSTICE FOR CHRISTOPHER TUCKER
18 years ago, Christopher Tucker was convicted for the aggravated murder of Timothy Austin at Whatley’s Bar May 22, 2003 in East Cleveland, Ohio. This entire case is built on mistaken identity. There were two eye witnesses, Joseph Fussell & Nikia Beal (Timothy Austin’s Girlfriend) who stated Chris was the shooter while under the influence of drugs and or alcohol. Joseph recanted his statement and wrote two affidavits stating that he was under the influence of PCP and mistakenly identified Chris as the shooter.
Read More about Chris on The JBlog
Listen to Chris speak his case on FairPlay
FAIRPLAY EPISODE 2 | CHRISTOPHER TUCKER
19 Years And Counting For A Crime He Says He Did Not Commit
Christopher Tucker is at the Richland Correctional in Mansfield Ohio, and from there, in his own words he says,
" I'm not a saint, but I never took another person's life". Then why is he still in prison?
The evidence, that he clearly holds, proves a lot of what he's been saying, and the fact that he has spent more time in prison than what was offered to him in the plea deal, also proves what he's been claiming the past 19 years. He has stuck by his innocence for almost two decades now, we dont keep a promise for two weeks. All that he asks for, is to give him a chance, to prove his innocence in a court of law. But that chance is nowhere to be seen, yet.
FAIRPLAY EP1 MICHAEL THOMPSON
25 years of torment. Much deeper are the wounds.
To discuss the challenges in finding justice in America we are joined by Kimberly Kendall Corral on our debut episode of FairPlay. Kim is a criminal defense attorney at kimlawcrimlaw.com based out of Cleveland Ohio where she handles multiple criminal defense cases that can make your head spin. Like the case of Michael Thompson. Michael’s story is unique, in so many different ways, and yet like so many others who are still out there suffering an unjust punishment at the hands of a justice system that repeatedly fails to correct itself.
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