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VICTOR THOMAS - THE LONG JOURNEY HOME - AN INOCENT MAN LOCKED DOWN

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George Jackson University Radio,Wednesday 10/07/2015 8/EST, invites a dear friend of mine and Special guest Victor Thomas. This is a tale of an INNOCENT MAN. Join us as he shares his account of seeking JUSTICE, facing life in prison, and never giving up his battle for FREEDOM! On Oct. 15, 1985, a Waxahachie woman was beaten and raped while working at a convenience store. In a trial that relied solely on the victim’s testimony, Thomas was convicted on June 15, 1986. While in prison, Thomas sought help by writing letters to judges and other officials to re-investigate the case. He caught the attention of state District Judge Gene Knize, who ordered that DNA testing be performed. In June 2001, Thomas was freed from prison after DNA testing, and was officially pardoned on April 17, 2002 by Gov. Rick Perry. Guest Call in on show 3478267332 georgejacksonuniversity@gmail.com
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