Update: Dillon’s Story Told on TV, 3 Hearings & Change a Life

Alejandra de la Fuente — December 10, 2012 @ 2:22 PM — Comments (2)

William Michael Dillon’s wrongful conviction story will be told on Investigation Discovery’s “I Didn’t Do It“, a new series that explores wrongful conviction cases. This episode, “Battered on a Beach”, will debut on Monday, December 10, 2012, at 9 p.m. EST.

In this video, Seth Miller, IPF Executive Director, apprises everyone of IPF’s on-going activities. In addition to discussing the “I Didn’t Do It” episode about William, he also gives a brief litigation update. We have three hearings in ten days in December to get post-conviction DNA testing. Seth explains that post-conviction DNA testing is not automatically granted by the State. Seth also asks for your help to change a life by making a year-end gift.

Your support will change the life of an innocent person languishing in prison; it will change the life of someone who has been proven innocent and released, and it will change a life by helping reform the criminal justice system to prevent future wrongful convictions.

We hope your holidays are safe, happy and healthy.

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  1. how do you become a client? my brother is in florida prison .innocent .how can i get help for you to look into his case .5 life sentences for robbery please let me know

  2. I just watched the episode of “I didn’t do It” that featured William Dillon. I was very touched. This man spent most of his life in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. He was subject to abuse and horrible conditions. Yet he seems to have become a wonderful caring man. I am very impressed by him and wish him the best in his new life. I am so sorry he spent so much quality time in a horrible place. God Bless!

     Elizabeth Morrisey — December 16, 2012 @ 4:44 pm

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