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FairPlay EP10 | Justice For Leonard Coleman - Not Done Yet

Moving Forward Despite The Odds

Season 1, episode 10
2 hr 15 min / Published

Explicit Content Warning | 18 + | For Mature Audience

September 8 2021 | Imran Siddiqui | Justice News

Isn't it the responsibility of the prosecutors, the judges and the police officers to seek the truth, to seek justice? Or are they in it just to seek convictions?

Many argue that now in America, you are first presumed guilty rather than innocent, and after getting wrongfully convicted, you can spend the rest of your remaining life, fighting for your freedom.

They call it, The Prison Industrial Complex, a state of the art human algorithm of banking on other peoples misery. It’s an industry that needs to be fed, so they say, so it can feed them. But what they don't understand is they are only feeding a false narrative that will eventually come to bite them as it comes to a collapse because it’s fundamental foundation is based on injustice.

You can call it, The Justice Industrial Complex, in the guise of pretending to be just, where everyone is mostly after making some money while some are after freedom and justice.

Take a Deep Dive in to the case of Leonard Coleman, he’s serving a life sentence at the St Clair Correctional facility in Alabama. For the past decade, he’s been trying to fight what he calls, his unjust conviction of the murder of Kimberly Mixon who was found dead in December 2010 with a gunshot wound to her eye. Kimberly is also the mother of Leonard’s son, Xayvion who was 4 when his mother died, and they allege it all happened in front of him.

But what you or I say or think is the truth doesn't really stand in front of the facts, the ground realities, and no matter how much you would hate it or how hard you try to accept it, or not, the truth does not have your or my versions, nor does it need any of our permissions, the truth is simply just the truth.

In the case of Leonard Coleman, the biggest element that is missing is the whole truth. It’s a story riddled with holes that would make you want to gasp for air. If you have the patience to go through a conversation of over 2 hours, which I highly doubt that you would do, not because you would rather want to watch or listen to the latest flick on your chosen streaming platform to kill time, but because you don't want to know what is actually going on in your own country, in your own backyard. And if you don't know it, and if it comes to you too, then you won’t know what to do and would fall victim to this joke being played upon us. Leonard Coleman has been fighting back attacks all his life and he even fought another case from inside the prison and actually won and was acquitted. Can he do it once again?

This is the first time in over 10 years Leonard has spoken about what really happened in great detail and after listening to this, to me it feels like this may not be the last time you hear from him.

How can you accuse anyone of murder and send him to a life in prison, and get away with it, when that person was in reality not even there?

Did Kimberly Mixon get Justice?

Did anyone else involved in that case do Justice?

Find out on this episode of FairPlay on Justice News.Net.


The JBlog

  • Leonard Coleman
  • Wrongful Convictions
  • Justice News
  • FairPlay with Imran Siddiqui
  • Justice System
  • Unjust Incarcerations
  • Prison Reform
  • Fairness
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