How Wrongful Conviction, Solitary Confinement and 12 Years on Death Row Failed to Kill My Soul
Written by a wrongfully convicted man, a powerful memoir about fighting for-and winning-exoneration.By Anthony Graves Read by Leon Nixon Biographies & Memoirs / Crime / Law / Nonfiction`strong> English, Unabridged 7h 48m Sell Sheet
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Anthony Graves' unbelievable saga started in 1992 when, at 26 years old, he was arrested for killing six people in Somerville, Texas. Despite his air-tight alibi, his unwavering insistence that he had no knowledge of the crime, and a lack of physical evidence linking him to the scene, Graves was arrested, charged with capital murder, and eventually sentenced to death. He spent nearly two decades defending his innocence from behind bars. With the help of a hard-charging journalist, Graves' story of injustice and the astounding malfeasance he encountered at every turn was published in Texas Monthly. In 2011, eighteen years after his nightmare began, Graves was finally exonerated. The prosecutor in his case was later disbarred.