Wednesday, December 11, 2013

It happened to Ryan Ferguson, it can happen to you!!!

Anyone living under a criminal justice system needs to read Brand of Justice. Anyone who has loved ones needs to share this with them. Whether you are one of the good, the bad or ugly, please consider reading and learning just how messed up your life can become. Please. I wrote it for a reason. You, my friends are the reason.

Ryan Ferguson spent almost 10 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit. No physical evidence. Both witnesses recanted. The system can really do you in once you're convicted. Ryan was wrongfully convicted and the prosecutor never apologizes for what was done to the Ferguson's. They must be taught that awful behavior in Law School. It's easy to get wrongfully convicted according to a member of Ryan's legal team but it takes an army to set you free. If it can happen to Ryan, it can happen to you. My story is dedicated to incarcerated innocence and loved ones they've left behind. The back cover is chilling. It happened to them, it can happen to you.

The paperback will be available any day now! 




"He does not belong in prison. He was used and manipulated, and I kind of feel sorry for the guy," Ferguson told reporters, alluding to his attorneys' arguments that officials had manipulated Erickson to produce a case against Ferguson. "He’s been victimized. He’s an innocent man in prison.… He’s not a killer."
Ferguson stayed upbeat, profusely thanking his supporters, his lawyers, his family, the state's appellate judges and the attorney general, among others. But he alluded to the dark time he'd spent behind bars, trying to read and learn, because he "didn’t want to get out and be a 19-year-old kid" in his own mind.
“I don’t know if I can characterize a decade," Ferguson told reporters, saying that he'd often lost faith in the system and that other inmates had also been wrongfully convicted. "Depression is good word for it. It’s a struggle, pure and simple."

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