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Today we take time to honor and celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. https://t.co/gF2IcjCsdV GaInnocence photo
So cool! @sunnycats_nft created these awesome pieces of digital art and raised $8,900 for GIP! We are so grateful for our supporters who make it possible for us to continue fighting for the wrongly convicted in Georgia. THANK YOU https://t.co/7FYmYxx2uY GaInnocence photo
"By year’s end [2021], 133 people had been freed from prison where they had been held for a crime they did not commit." https://t.co/02D2aazeO3
The Supreme Court will soon decide whether to hear a challenge to the Georgia law, which requires that defendants in capital cases who are intellectually disabled prove it “beyond a reasonable doubt” — a phrase that was inserted in error. https://t.co/fhy7KMG01i
“I would give my soul up for the ones that helped me,” said Inman, who has always maintained his innocence. “I forgive the ones that didn’t, because you have to in order to go to heaven.”
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Today is the birthday of GIP and King & Spalding client Dennis Perry! After being wrongfully imprisoned for 21 years, this is Dennis’ FIRST birthday as a truly free man. Dennis, we are fortunate to call you a friend and partner in our work. Happy birthday--and many returns! https://t.co/Z8JKOwddmv GaInnocence photo
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Georgia Innocence Project
Georgia Innocence Project
Welcome home! Mr. Mitchell was freed with the help of Innocence Project New Orleans
Georgia Innocence Project
Georgia Innocence Project
We are excited for the return of Georgia Justice Reform Partnership "Talk Justice Tuesday"! The first session will take place on Tuesday, January 25, at 9:30am and will focus on what works -- and what doesn't work -- when it comes to safety in our communities.

Speakers include Dr. Maxine Bryant, Senior Lecturer of Criminal Justice at Georgia Southern; Tiffany Williams Roberts and Waleisah Wilson from the Southern Center for Human Rights; Clara Totenberg Green from the Policing Alternatives & Diversion Initiative; and Dr. Elizabeth Bounds, Associate Professor of Christian Ethics at Emory.
Register here: https://bit.ly/TJT-2022-kickoff
Georgia Innocence Project
Georgia Innocence Project
"I thank all the people for their prayers and helping me get out of this mess which has cost me half of my life for nothing, but I'll get over it," Watkins said.

Ms. Watkins was exonerated with help from The Tennessee Innocence Project
Georgia Innocence Project
Georgia Innocence Project
Gerry Thomas was wrongfully incarcerated for nearly 30 years. In difficult times he turned to what he calls his "strength box."
Georgia Innocence Project
Georgia Innocence Project
As we continue to work to free Georgia's wrongly convicted, we ask those in power to remember the words of Dr. King: "The time is always right to do what is right."