A Former Prison Warden’s View on Innocence Work

Several years ago I got an unusual request.  A former prison warden wanted to volunteer for the California Innocence Project.  I was cautious at first, but soon learned what a great resource and great person Jim Allen is.  Read here what he thinks about the plight of the wrongfully convicted.

http://www.takepart.com/article/2013/05/09/San-Quentin-prison-crosses-paths-with-the-innocence-march

3 responses to “A Former Prison Warden’s View on Innocence Work

  1. We also appreciated hearing from the many Wardens who spoke so movingly about their experiences and thoughts during the long fight to save Troy Davis life. I attended the Evidentiary Hearing in Savannah and heard the many witnesses recant. I believe the state of Georgia executed an innocent man. There was doub.

  2. We also appreciated hearing from the many Wardens who spoke so movingly about their experiences and thoughts during the long fight to save Troy Davis life. I attended the Evidentiary Hearing in Savannah and heard the many witnesses recant. I believe the state of Georgia executed an innocent man. There was doubt.

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