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FOR LIFE: The Podcast

FOR LIFE: The Podcast

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FOR LIFE: The Podcast is a 6-part series exploring real stories from men and women who were wrongfully convicted, yet prevailed against unthinkable odds, and emerged with grace and newfound purpose. It's about the human stories, the tested relationships, and the triumphs of the human spirit. Hosted by Isaac Wright, Jr.

Produced in collaboration with Sony Pictures Television and ABC's new drama, FOR LIFE, airing Tuesdays at 10pm/9pm Central.
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A preview of FOR LIFE: The Podcast, premiering February 11th
Part 1: Jeffrey Deskovic

Part 1: Jeffrey Deskovic

2020-02-1137:5528

Jeffrey Deskovic was just a teenager when he was wrongfully convicted in 1990. Through 16 years of incarceration — and despite countless painful setbacks — he remained determined to prove his innocence. In this episode, Jeffrey tells his story of resilience, and the tenacity he never knew he had until his freedom depended on it.
Part 2: Richard Miles

Part 2: Richard Miles

2020-02-1840:3014

Late one night in 1994, 19-year-old Richard Miles called his roommate from a payphone on his way home. He was at the wrong place at the wrong time. A nearby shooting, a case of mistaken identification, and brazen prosecutorial misconduct would put him behind bars for 15 years. Richard shares how faith and family helped him survive -- and how one lucky break led to his exoneration.
Part 3: Gloria Killian

Part 3: Gloria Killian

2020-02-2536:0711

Gloria Killian was a former law student with no criminal record when she was implicated in a 1981 murder and robbery. She was sentenced to 32 years to life in prison. In this chapter, Gloria shares how the community she found in prison and her work helping her fellow inmates, along with her unlikely friendship with a social justice advocate, would change the course of her life.
A preview of the upcoming episodes when we resume on March 10th
Part 4: Kwame Ajamu

Part 4: Kwame Ajamu

2020-03-1043:356

Kwame Ajamu was 17 years old when he, his brother, and their friend were convicted of robbery and murder in 1975. The only evidence against them was the fabricated testimony of a 12-year-old boy. Still, all three men were sentenced to death. In this chapter, Kwame describes how education became his refuge during his 28 years in prison, and how his personal transformation would turn him into the man who would exonerate the three, and eventually find the love and support he needed.
In 1988, 22-year-old Christopher Ochoa was working at a pizza chain restaurant in Austin, Texas, when a tragic crime and a coerced false confession shattered his life and tore him from his family. Chris relates the harrowing events that led to his own wrongful conviction, and his forced implication of his coworker. Despite painfully dark moments in prison, Chris explains how compassion from others helped him endure -- and how finding his own compassion drove him to become an attorney and advocate.
Part 6: Antione Day

Part 6: Antione Day

2020-03-2439:506

In 1990, Antione Day, a 28-year-old father of five and musician, had just returned from an out-of-town gig when he heard that local police were looking to ask him some questions about a recent robbery-homicide in his neighborhood. He had no idea that his freedom -- and his family -- would be ripped away from him for over a decade. In this episode, Antione talks about how his wrongful conviction also robbed his children of the father they needed, but with love and time, they are on the road to healing.
Comments (13)

david whigham

Terrible for any person to go through. Something has to be done to change our justice system.

Mar 29th
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Dru Munoz

enz. ,,.,. ,.,.x,

Mar 28th
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Goddess Universe

Beautiful Story. I feel like A Prisoner too.

Mar 27th
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Ryan Wagoner

Breaks my heart to hear these stories but a great presentation of the facts.

Mar 19th
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marasta55

I'm 0.

Mar 18th
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Phạm Ngân

thanks for your video

Feb 29th
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M Esquivel

our criminal system needs a reboot. DA's are desperate for guilty verdicts for their own resumes. it's not about what's right. Bless your ❤️ heart

Feb 24th
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Danielle Marsh

great pod!

Feb 19th
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Komisha Jones

thanks to God

Feb 19th
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Melissa

I like it!

Feb 16th
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