Steppin’ Out with Florida’s Exonorees

Alejandra de la Fuente — February 28, 2012 @ 5:56 PM — Comments (2)

Steppin’ Out with the Innocence Project of Florida is your opportunity to meet many of Florida’s exonerees who spent two or three decades wrongfully imprisoned for crimes they did not commit. Chat with them one-on-one at the VIP reception. Hear their inspiring stories of hope and perseverance.

You’ll get to know Derrick Williams, Alan Crotzer, Orlando Boquete, James Bain, William Dillon and others.  Learn what life is like after exoneration for them and their families.

William Dillon will perform several songs from his CD including Black Robes & Lawyers.  He wrote all of the songs on the CD during his 27.5 years of wrongful incarceration.

Buy your tickets today and step out for justice for the many others remaining in prison yet completely innocent.

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  2. To ALL the innocent men that have suffered, I wrap you in the blankets of Jesus, and I trust that you will know that you are not forgotten. Words are easy when you are on the outside looking in. I miss my son who had told me the ocso was corrupt. I trusted a cop that was in on a drug deal that we knew nothing about. He has since retired,let go by the dept, yet my son labors with the pain of having to defend himself,and taking a life due to police sting that went bad. My son was ambush, at which point the ocso abandoned him and charged him with murder. He was cleared in 2009,now he was charged 1/26/2012. The sheriffs dept . set up the sting and was negligent,yet they consealed the facts,,deleted files, and tampered with evidence.I pray for you,please pray that my son will be free also.Ann

     Annie Busby — March 7, 2012 @ 10:53 pm

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