I spent a day with DEATH ROW SURVIVORS

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I spent a day with death row survivors who have been exonerated to learn what it’s like to experience the devastating reality of wrongful conviction.
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🧨HUGE thank you to:
▸ SUNNY & PETER - SunnyCenterFDN
▸ DERRICK - derrick.jamison...
▸ NICK - Spread the word about ending the death penalty!
▸ witnesstoinnocence.org - dedicated to empowering exonerated death row survivors to be the most powerful and effective voice in the struggle to end the death penalty in the United States
▸ sunnycenter.org - a non-profit organization that helps people who have suffered the injustice of wrongful conviction.
▸ KIDNAPPING SURVIVORS - trshow.info/watch/tXJo6ysmyDc/video.html
▸ HUMAN TRAFFICKING SURVIVORS - trshow.info/watch/KGE_CUj0f1s/video.html
▸ SURVIVORS OF POLICE BRUTALITY - trshow.info/watch/RtAat911eAE/video.html
▸ Creator, Director, Writer, etc. - Anthony Padilla
▸ Executive Producer - Alessandra Catanese
▸ Production Coordinator, Co-writer & Research - Elise Felber
▸ Director of Photography/Gaffer - Zach Zeidman
▸ Editor - Mike Criscimagna AKA Mork Crispy
▸ Assistant Editor - Patrick Horba
🎵Theme Music Composer - Matt Good AKA The King of Emo
🖼Portrait painted by: Rhianna Robles - zerogattsu
▸ If you are part of an underrepresented subculture or live a lifestyle you feel is not widely understood and would like to be interviewed by me, email inquiry[at]pressalike.com with your subculture in the title of the email.
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AnthonyPadilla Yıl önce
come back later this week for *I spent a day with NARCOLEPTIC PEOPLE*.
Aurora Deister
Aurora Deister Yıl önce
Just imagine all the innocent people who aren’t released. It’s disgusting
Manziti Numdee Carescheschlishen
Manziti Numdee Carescheschlishen Yıl önce
That poor woman, jesus christ. Being on death row for a crime you didn't commit is bad enough, but her parents dying in a plane crash and then being told that Jesse died in such graphic, horrific detail. How she is still alive and sane is incredible.
shimmeries Yıl önce
"Peter did you have faith in the justice system at that time?"
Isaac Wong
Isaac Wong Yıl önce
Sunny's conviction caused literally the death of her parents and her husband while also ruining her children's livelihood.
Bunny Ford
Bunny Ford Yıl önce
Since I was a child, I always believed that the death penalty is WRONG. Why? Because 1 innocent person being killed is too many.
Please declare Sunny's smile as national treasure. She's so strong, been through a lot of crap but still able to smile with such intensity.
Lil_Casarolle Yıl önce
Next generation is going to be watching Anthony in history class
Morgan Kneip
Morgan Kneip
For all those saying it’s a “waste of resources” to keep inmates in prison for life, you may be surprised to learn it’s actually MORE expensive to put a prisoner to death.
carous3l Yıl önce
After hearing these people’s stories, I can honestly say my opinion on the death penalty has changed dramatically. Beforehand, I can say that I believed in the death penalty in some cases, but after seeing how shady the details are surrounding this and how inhuman the way they are killed can be, I’m completely against the death penalty. I’m so happy these guys were not killed, and angered that so many have died by the hands of such a corrupt system
crinkle crackle
crinkle crackle Yıl önce
Once my dad was almost on a jury for someone who could've faced the death penalty. They asked him if he supported the death penalty, and he said no. They didn't pick him, and I can only assume that was why. The justice system needs a reformation.
Jamie Check
Jamie Check
I think it's so cool that sunny and peter found each other after what they went through. They seem like kindred souls the way they both did yoga and internalized their own peace and found that strength, and then both embraced nature as soon as they were free. They're so sweet.
Marthe Tanghe
Marthe Tanghe
I almost cried when he talked about how the apple tree grew throughout his incarceration. This is why I'm against the death penalty, not only for the innocent who are incarcerated, but also is the easy way out for the cops and the actual criminals (murderers, rapists, like actual crimes) who won't regret their actions
Caseyaustad Yıl önce
I can't believe how strong sunny is. She gets sentenced to the death penalty for something she didn't do while trying to protect her kids, Gets thrown in solitary confinement for 5 years with no contact to the out side world, when she finally gets to be in the "normal jail" and she can talk to her kids and her parents come down to see her, they die in the plane crash then her husband gets a gruesome painful death. She's been through it all.
Watching The Bees
Watching The Bees Yıl önce
“I became one of the most dangerous men they ever held, because I cared about other men” okay but I started sobbing, this is so powerful, this man is my hero
Water Yıl önce
I feel so bad for the innocent husband of the woman. He didn't do anything and got murdered in the most cruel way possible. I can't imagine the fear and pain he was experiencing for all of these years and especially in his last moments... Only because of a corrupt justice system.
Izzy Yıl önce
Do these poor people get any “compensation” for this?? Like, I know to them just being released is probably all they want but they’ve lost decades of their lives and have come out with nothing. It’s heartbreaking.
Kierstyn Reeves
Kierstyn Reeves
When Anthony started getting choked up when Peter was talking about the tree I started crying because it was such a powerful message and after that I couldn’t stop because everything I heard was unbelievable. I really appreciate Anthony for helping us learn more about these things and am even more grateful for the people in his videos being strong enough to tell their stories.
Otter Madness
Otter Madness
I heard of a story of an 11 year old boy that went to jail for 7 years because, without good evidence, because his stepmother was murdered. He was released at the age of 18, found not guilty. He lost all of his childhood and didn’t get an education because the people on his case didn’t look for more evidence. They haven’t found the murderer.
SoulGazer Shayn
SoulGazer Shayn Yıl önce
"I had no fear of death. But I was afraid to die without dignity."
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