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Incarceration of an individual has negative residual effects on wives, children and relatives .
That negative impact is compounded multiple times when the incarcerated parent or spouse’s innocence screams louder than the halls of justice's assertion of guilt.
Such is the case of the IRP6.
Kendrick Barnes, Gary L. Walker, Demetrius K. Harper, David A. Zirpolo, Clinton A. Stewart and David A. Banks are IT professionals and executives that, built the software company, IRP Solutions that was committed to developing a software application called CILC, to assist law enforcement in case investigation.
Somewhere, something went horribly wrong with what should have been a rewarding business relationship between IRP and the authorities. and instead of lucrative software contracts the IRP Executives wound up receiving prison sentences of 7 to 11 years for mail and wire fraud. Sentences for a crime they, their attorneys, activists, and evidence vehemently denounce as ever having occurred.
While the executives, their attorneys, and activists fight for the IRP executive's release, there are the wives, the children, that are faced with holding together lives unraveled by the incarcerations
On this episode of Talk To The Nation, meet Yolanda Walker, Esther Banks, Teshia Barnes, and Tasha Harper, Four wives to four of the six incarcerated IRP6.
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