Harlem Park Three Support The Black Lives Movement; Hope It Leads To Meaningful ChangeThe Harlem Park Three reflect on the current day protests for police reform that echo what they experienced nearly 40 years ago.
Even Though They Are Free, Harlem Park Three Struggle To Adjust To Life After PrisonAfter 36 years wrongly imprisoned, the Harlem Park Three are struggling to adjust to life, connect with their family and feel like they lost so much of their life.
In Their Own Words: Exonerated Harlem Park Three Recall Their 1983 Murder Arrests, Say More Innocent People Are 'Wasting Away' In PrisonIn an exclusive interview, the Harlem Park Three share what it was like to be wrongfully convicted and the freed more than 30 years later.
Exonerated Men In Harlem Park Murder File Lawsuit Against Baltimore Police Department, Former OfficersThe three men who were exonerated after being wrongfully convicted as teenagers for the murder of a Harlem Park Junior High School student filed a lawsuit in federal court on Thursday.
Maryland Board Approves $8.8M For 3 Men Exonerated After Spending 36 Years In PrisonEach man is getting $81,868 for each year they spent unlawfully incarcerated. That amounts to a combined $8.8 million.
‘It’s As If The Nightmare Is Finally Over’ | Wrongfully Convicted Baltimore Man Among Thousands Working To Regain Their IndependenceSomewhere across the country, there are men and women who lack some of life’s basic needs, all because years of their lives were taken away; they were wrongfully convicted.
A Closer Look At Some Of Those Wrongfully Convicted In The State Of MarylandLamar Johnson is just one of many cases in Maryland where someone lost years of their life, and freedom, because they were wrongfully convicted of a crime that they did not commit.
3 Men Exonerated After Spending 36 Years In Prison For Teen's MurderBaltimore city state's attorney Marilyn Mosby announced the exoneration of three men in the 1983 murder of a Baltimore teen.