The CORRUPTION of INNOCENCE: A Journey for Justice
How can one person make a difference? Learn by Lori's compelling true story how she galvanized worldwide support for her cause and overcame strong opposition, adversity and criticism in staying authentic and true to herself. Let her inspire you to achieve your goals in life and find your lifes purpose.
Learn how Author Lori St John galvanized worldwide support for her cause when she was stymied by the government in her efforts to expose the truth in an unjust criminal justice system. Read her inspiring story and see how she rose above adversity, criticism, oppostiion and challenges in staying true to herself, her heart and her mission with solid facts and knowledge in her pocket.
Lori St John speaking about actual innocence in the courts as it related to her true story and journey as depicted in her book, The Corruption of Innocence. See www.loristjohn.com and www.facebook.com/loristjohnauthor for a preview and more information on this compelling story that will inspire you to stand true and authentic while in the face of adversity.
Sister Helen Prejean and Lori St John came to be known as Thelma and Louise in the forthcoming book, The Corruption of Innocence. Lori St John finally tells her story about her compelling journey to save an innocent man from execution and how she galvanized worldwide support, including Pope John Paull II, Mother Teresa and the Italian and European Parliaments.
The former founder and director of the Innocence Project at the Rutgers School of Law speaks at The Actual Innocence symposium. Her work lead to the forthcoming book, The Corruption of Innocence, A Journey for Justice. Read this riveting true story of an insiders birds-eye view of a wrongful conviction and how she galvanized worldwide support including Pope John Paul II, Mother Teresa and the Italian and European Parliaments.
This short biographical documentary profiles Jerry Givens: family man, member of the church choir, artist...and former executioner of Virginia's Death Row. The film is a compelling, and surprisingly uplifting, conversation with Jerry about his unique experiences with life, prison, and death.