Ray Krone and Kirk Bloodsworth teamed up to pen an op-ed for the Philadelphia Inquirer ahead of a meeting of the Supreme Court of PA on Wednesday to hear arguments about abolishing the death penalty. They shared their own powerful, personal testimony about being innocent on death row. They also shared statistics about just how common it is for an innocent person to be convicted and placed on death row. They also shared the stories of fellow innocent exonerees who had suffered greatly due to their time on death row.
To read the full story in the Philadelphia Inquirer: