Tag Archives: Wrongful Conviction

Jeff’s Voice; Capital Punishment

We’re off lockdown again, but for how long, who knows? I imagine you are as sick of hearing about lockdown as I am of living it. I’ve got a big complex about being locked down, especially considering that I haven’t … Continue reading

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Jeff’s Voice; Waiting

Well, the final filing on my case has been before the trial court for several months now. I wonder how long it will take for the court’s decision, or rather, their compliance with the Mississippi Supreme Court’s unanimous order for … Continue reading

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Jeff’s Voice; Lockdown

Well, we are on lockdown AGAIN! It’s no big deal for death row since we’re always locked down. Lockdown for those that live here is the loss of yard privileges, canteen and limited showers. But when those things are the … Continue reading

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Jeff’s Voice; Justice?

I know it’s been a while since I have written. I couldn’t buy stamps as we get no canteen when the prison is on lockdown and it was several weeks this time, but I have stamps now. Hopefully, there will … Continue reading

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Jeff’s Voice: A Nightmare While Awake

I know some people may question a few things concerning my case, and I am also aware that many others have misconceptions regarding the same. Baby Choe’s Death The night of Chloe’s tragic death, I was taken from the hospital … Continue reading

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Jeff’s Voice: A Terrible Loss…

Not long ago I wrote how dedicated my grandparents are to me. I also wrote how much of a labor of love that it was for them to visit. In particular it was a huge effort on my Grandpa’s part … Continue reading

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