The Mission

My mission is to get people to stop hiding and start fighting for their freedom.

We as the wrongfully convicted don’t need ridicule or finger-pointing, we need understanding and compassion. We also need people to assist in this fight.
According to an article in the Huffington Post, “The United States leads the world in the incarceration of its citizens, which has approximately 2 million people behind bars. That means that a wrongful conviction rate of 1% would translate to 20,000 people being punished for crimes they did not commit”. (Huffington Post, Feb. 3, 2016)

According to, Michigan’s registry is one of the largest in the country, and current estimates indicate that it includes approximately 45,000 Michiganders, and approximately 10,000 more people living out of state. The registry costs taxpayers millions each year with no demonstrable public safety benefit. Registration is based solely on past convictions (no matter how old), not present risk, which contradicts modern scientific research showing that scientific assessments are better at predicting risk than past convictions. And, the registry includes children as young as 14 and people who have never committed a sex offense. The ACLU believes that the new law, which went into effect on March 24, 2021, has done little to fix Michigan’s bloated and ineffective registry and, in some ways, has made the problem worse.  

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