- Jan 28, 2020
38 years later after it was sentenced to life imprisonment for crime which did not commit. Also there was it not one!
Инносент, the 9-month-old black Labrador whom the man sheltered still behind bars was unbound together with the owner of the State of Louisiana.
"I called by
a dog of INN (from English – innocent, innocent) because I was innocent, and she too was not guilty of anything", – Alexander told. The former prisoner answered a question of what it is going to do with the four-leg friend when both of them are free: "We will go to the park, we are going to chase birds. She likes to run!".
Alexander was only 21 years old when he was sentenced to life imprisonment. Release of the man was promoted by Innocence Project non-profit organization which helps to release illegally condemned, reopening case papers and carrying out the DNA tests on the basis of the produced evidence.
In a case with Alexander, – and it found not guilty. Lawyers of the project said that it was chosen as the victim mistakenly.
"Alexander underwent a compulsory sentence to life imprisonment, the lawyer to whom he entrusted the destiny, almost made nothing for his protection", – Vanessa Potkin, the director of prosecution after condemnation told.
INN appeared at Alexander after the prison dog of the friend of our hero brought 10 remarkable puppies. It took one of them because this puppy was the smallest.
the Staff of prison allowed the guy to keep a dog. And together with this pet it began new life!
Last month the man left, and his dog returned to him next day. She was brought by employees of the organization which released the guy, directly to his house where he began to live with the family.
"I feel perfectly , – Alexander told, stroking a canine friend while that is turned around it. – Ya I feel happy, very happy. I told that we will be free. It is a happy end!"
Then that in life it is impossible to be given under no circumstances! And even in the most hard cases it is necessary to look for a positive and to survive contrary to everything …
Do you agree?