Wrongfully convicted death row inmate Ron Keine will share his story at two public events in Louisville in January. Ron spent two years on New Mexico’s death row following a bizarre campaign by prosecutors to coerce testimony from a motel maid in connection with the murder of a New Mexico student.
Ron is part of a group of exonerees called Witness to Innocence. Its goal is to challenge the criminal justice system and change minds of people who think the ultimate punishment is meted out fairly. For additional information, contact KCADP Coordinator Kaye Gallagher at 502-636-1330.
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