Sunday, November 15, 2009

Founder and Director of RAE in the news

"'I had a remarkable supporting case of people when I came home. When I first came home I started working for the death penalty law firm that represent guys on death row...I was blessed, but not my other exonerated brothers. They wasn't as blessed as I was when I came home.' It was this experience that drove him to set up his charity helping wrongfully convicted death row inmates to fit back into the outside world. The group provides housing, education and work opportunities to people who are otherwise shunned by society."