Wrongfully Convicted Man Gets His Old Job Back with the White Sox After 23 Years in Prison

 

Would that ALL exonerated people were able to re-insert themselves back into society this easily.

https://www.cnn.com/2018/03/26/us/white-sox-hire-wrongly-convicted-groundskeeper-trnd/index.html

 

2 responses to “Wrongfully Convicted Man Gets His Old Job Back with the White Sox After 23 Years in Prison

  1. Yes, not every wrongly convicted person is so lucky to just come back to society and be welcomed with open arms. Some, such as Adolf Beck, never recover from their ordeal. Others find themselves outcasts in their hometown with lots of people still believing they are guilty, despite their exoneration. Nancy Louise Botts of Brazil, Indiana, was one such.

  2. Pingback: Wrongfully Convicted Man Gets His Old Job Back with the White Sox After 23 Years in Prison - Stan Rothenberg

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